Idea Line Up
To allow the SI-PASS leader to use diversity in perspectives to form heterogeneous groups for discussions. The statements/questions created and used by the SI-PASS leader should take into account that the participants have sufficient knowledge from covered course material to be able to substantiate their take/opinion on the statement/question.
- The SI-PASS leader reads out statements/questions that likely yields various responses.
- The participants place themselves on a line to show their level of agreement.
- Thereafter the participants talk to the the one closest to share and solidify their arguments.
- Then the SI-PASS leader form groups having a variety of opinions for further discussion on the topic.
- As a final step the groups summarize their collective take on the topic on a flip-chart or whiteboard and share with the other groups.