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Edward de Bono's thinking hats

Discussion in 'Music' started by linber, Apr 14, 2011.

  1. linber

    linber New commenter

    Has anyone successfully implemented this idea in music lessons, perhaps in group work? If so, I'd appreciate any tips about how to use them.
     
  2. linber

    linber New commenter

    Has anyone successfully implemented this idea in music lessons, perhaps in group work? If so, I'd appreciate any tips about how to use them.
     
  3. LennoxBerkeley

    LennoxBerkeley New commenter

    I think the silence says everything we need to know here.

    Lennox.
     
  4. trelassick

    trelassick New commenter

    Saw you in quite a fetching trilby the other day though, Lennox.
     
  5. LennoxBerkeley

    LennoxBerkeley New commenter

    Why, thankyou trelassick. Shame I was wearing nothing else.
     
  6. We have got some stuff - eg. mini plenary / plenary questions you could use in powerpoint form. Also - self assessment sheets using them too which you can adapt for any topic
    Happy to email them to you if any use
    Sheena
     
  7. linber

    linber New commenter

    Thanks Sheena, for the constructive response to my message. I have sent you my e-mail address on here.
     
  8. tedtrumpet

    tedtrumpet New commenter

    I bought some hats from Amazon (e.g. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Henbrandt-Glitter-Hat-Bowler-Black/dp/B003080AE0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1305281285&sr=8-2) and asked children to wear them when music was played (including for student performances). They only answer using the theme of their hat. Good for differentiation too as more advanced can wear blue, lower ability black etc...

    Worked well
    Ted
     
  9. LennoxBerkeley

    LennoxBerkeley New commenter

    And the really thick ones can wear a pointy one with dunce written on it. Very sensitive Ted.

    Lennox
     
  10. You have mail - hope it helps
    Sheena
     

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