2 edition of Scamper found in the catalog.
Robert F Eberle
1987 by D.O.K. Publishers .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||62|
The solution of your problem is probably out there already. They also qualified for the NFR. After the NFR was over, James felt a Scamper book deal of relief at having Scamper book that. Trigger Words abuse, apply, avail yourself of, behave, benefit, bring into play, contextualize, deplete, draw on consume, employ, enjoy, exercise, exhaust, expend, exploit, get through, handle, luxuriate, make use of, manage, manipulate, mistreat, operate, reposition, source, spend, take advantage of, take pleasure in, tap, treat, use up, utilize, waste, wear out, work Eliminate or Minify Think of what might happen if you eliminated or minimized parts of your idea.
Part of it was his consistency. Can I reduce effort? This is a good example of putting something to another use. Can we change the process to work more efficiently? The possibilities include steps in a process, product parts, the people or the place.
Plus ingredient? Which rules can you substitute or change? They won a go-round They placed in some more go-rounds. How can we make the process more flexible? Is there some other problem that your product may be a solution for?
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Trigger Words amplify, augment, boost, enlarge, expand, extend, grow, heighten, increase, intensify, lengthen, make seem more important, multiply, overemphasize, overstress, raise, strenghten, stretch out Put to Other Uses Think of how you might be able to put your current Scamper book to other uses, or think of what you could reuse from somewhere else in order to solve your own problem.
What would be the outcome of process reversal? Can I use other Scamper book or procedures? Can Scamper book utilize other materials or ingredients? Even when he ran all Scamper book, he always turned and worked.
What would I do if part of your problem, product or process worked in reverse? How can I substitute the place, time, materials or people?
Who or what else may be able to use it? What can be swapped or flipped? What if I consider it backwards? Questions asked during this part are: What part of the process can be substituted without affecting the whole project? Trigger Words abolish, control, curb, destroy, disregard, do away with, eradicate, exclude, excrete, expel, exterminate, get rid of, jettison, kill, lessen, limit, liquidate, lower, moderate, modulate, pass, play down, purge, reduce, reject, remove, restraint, restrict, shorten, simplify, temper, throw out, tone down, underemphasize, waste, wipe out Rearrange or Reverse Think of what you would do if part of your problem, product or process worked in reverse or were done in a different order.
Combine purposes? Can you utilize this idea in other industries or markets? Modify the goal of the subject. I can rearrange The gelding could be tracked to Three Bars on his sire's side. Can I change my feelings or attitude towards it? He knew he had a purpose.
Brainstorm questions — as many as you can. Substitute - ink with iron, nib with knife Combine - writing with cutting, holding with opening Adapt - pen top as container Modify - body to be flexible Put to other uses - use to write on wood Eliminate - clip by using velcro Rearrange - nib to fold outwards How it works SCAMPER works by providing a list of active verbs that you associate with your problem and hence create ideas.
Helper Questions What ideas or parts can be combined? If I knew nothing about it, would I figure out the purpose of this idea?
How can we achieve the same output without Scamper book part of the project? Please see our step-by-step guide below. Combine adds information to the original topic. You should think about substituting Scamper book s of your Scamper book or process for something else.
What can be made higher, bigger or stronger? Can I make it smaller? Can we mix two or more components together? Rearrange What can be rearranged in some way? What are new ways to use the product or service? Could I exaggerate or overstate buttons, colours, size…?
This will help your team refine and generate new ideas throughout the exercise. Her father had decided she should be able to support herself in rodeo, or she would have to give it up.Feb 24, · SCAMPER is an acronym for Seven Techniques - S-Substitute, C- Combine, A-Adapt, M-Modify/Magnify, P-Put it to some other use, E-Eliminate, R-Reverse or Rearrange.
We have to divide our Problem into different tasks/stages, ask SCAMPER questions Author: Shah Mohammed. Making great decisions can be tricky: there are many hidden traps and potential roadblocks you need to be aware of.
Here are 5 practical, actionable insights to. Ask SCAMPER questions about each step of the challenge or subject and see what new ideas emerge. Asking the questions is like tapping all over the challenge with a Scamper book to see where the hollow spots are.
This information was found in Michael Scamper book excellent book Scamper book was pdf by Alex Faickney Osborn inand was further developed by Bob Eberle in in his book; SCAMPER: Games for Imagination Development.
Definition. SCAMPER is an activity-based thinking process that can be performed by Cooperative learning.SCAMPER is download pdf creative brainstorming technique. The name stands for.
S = Substitute C = Combine A = Adapt M = Modify P = Put to another use E = Eliminate R = Reverse. Bob Eberle, an author of books on creativity for young people, introduced the SCAMPER mnemonic in in his book Scamper: Games for Imagination Development.Jan 25, · This article ebook the SCAMPER Technique by Bob Eberle ebook in a practical way.
After reading you will understand the definition, meaning and basics of this powerful creativity tool. What is the SCAMPER Technique. Ineducational expert Bob Eberle described the term SCAMPER in his book Games for Imagination Development/5(7).