07: Improvisational and Fun
What animates group work are the dynamics with and between the participants. These can only be predicted and planned to a certain extent. There will always be deviations from the plan due to disturbances and conflicts or due to new ideas and developments. Therefore, it is important to be open and able to improvise, i.e. to react to situations on the fly and also to accept unprepared challenges. At the same time, the encounter in the group should be fun. Open teaching methods that leave plenty of room for the individual and the group are particularly suitable, as are creative approaches. One good example is design thinking.
Brainstorming, e.g. Starfish
Design Thinking Handbook for Adult Education Institutions