Proven To Increase Number Better Ideas:
Phase One: Be open to new ideas, without judgement or self-consciousness. This frees the brain. Otherwise the bran is more focused on preserving the status quo. Feel safe to share. Ask not to be held accountable for brainstorming and what's said. Applies to how Innovation Institute often communicates options and theories.
Phase Two: Pick the best of the ideas. Play around with them.
Phase Thee: Take the best idea and perfect it. Think both inside (grounded) and outside the box (innovative).
Details from inventor Steven Kays are in the earlier posts from Innovation Institute, and links. Join discussions on brainstorming and how to improve techniques for your students. Meetings held at Innovation Institute, 1652 West Texas Street, Fairfield, California; and also Europe, Latin America and more.