Post-It Parade

Learners are provided with a prompt for which they need to generate ideas. Each learner is given a Post-it note on which they write answers to the prompt, and then students work together to categorize these responses by common themes.

Individual/Group Activity Group & Individually
Class SizeSmall (<25) & Medium (25-50)
Bloom’s Taxonomy LevelApply
Development InitialTransitional Knowing
Minimum Time to FacilitateVaries
Minimum Time to Debrief< 10 Minutes

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