Constraints (tool)

OVERVIEW:
What is?
Introducing an artificial constraint in a situation could narrow the options in order force your brain to think around this new environment and so you get somewhere different.
It is a tool but also an exercise to train your brain to become a better creative problem solver.
Why is it useful in VET?
It is a way to train the students to be able to solve complex problems – a skill required by the job market and usually not explored during the formal education
What are the multidisciplinary details?
Psychology, behavioural sciences, marketing Links
http://www.thinking-tools.co.uk/

Quote: Intellectual Output 3 / Peppino Franco / S. 29 ff

  • en/teaching_and_learning/constraints.txt
  • Last modified: 2018/02/08 11:45
  • by peppino