What is Group Scribbles?
Group Scribbles offers instructors and students a powerful metaphor for thinking about and realizing collaborative learning activities. This metaphor is based on common physical artifacts from the classroom or office: adhesive notes, bulletin boards, whiteboards, stickers, pens, and markers.
Creating an Affinity Diagram
Step 1 – Generate ideas
Step 2 – Display ideas
Step 3 – Sort ideas into groups
Step 4 – Create header cards
Step 5 – Draw finished diagram
Create an appropriate fill-in-the blank graphic for your activity. Use the Post-It Notes to elicit feedback from the students.
Group 1 – How can our college motivate students? Use affinity diagram.
Group 2 – Should our college use laptops or tablets for e-learning? Use a two column table.
Group 3 – How can our college be improved in one year, three years and five years? Use affinity diagram.
Group 4 – How can our college reduce, recycle and reuse in order to make the college greener? Use a three column table.
Group 5 – What rewards and punishments should be used to decrease tardiness at our college? Use a two column table.
Group 6 – What new classes should be offered at our college? Use an affinity diagram.