Six Thinking Hats for Instructional Design

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Gary Wong, Consultant, Canada
UPSIDE Learning has provided an interesting example of applying the six thinking hats for instructional design (). The authors have chosen the following hat sequence: White, Black, Red, Green, Yellow, Blue. In this case, a client has given them a course outline to consider under the White hat. Their approach is to initially judge under the Black hat and report their findings. Under the Red hat, a quick "gut check" is conducted. I envision this as a "Go/ No Go" decision point which conceivably is done with the client. This 3-hat sequence is often referred to as a Risk Assessment hat sequence. If the client is on board, then a Green/Yellow/Blue Positive Ideas short hat sequence follows. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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