The Super Hunch sketch pad canvas
The following sketch pad is designed to be printed on Legal sized paper (8.5 x 14 inches):
The sketch pad
The online opportunity seeding toolkits
The following online collaborative toolkits are all available for your use completely for free for non commercial purposes:
Google Docs Toolkit
This opens the Google Docs template designed for the Super Hunch sketch pad. To get started, just click “use this template” and begin.
See the tutorial provided below for the basics on how to use this tool. You can also learn more about using Google Docs here.
This opens the Mural.ly website, within which the tools are embedded. To get started, just create a new mural and open the Really Big Idea spaces.
You can learn more here and in the video tutorial below.
The following tutorials are here to help:
Designing a Super Hunch in Mural.ly
(See also the great tutorial posted here.)
Designing a Super Hunch in Google Drive
Fundamentals of opportunity modeling
This section of the page contains a whole bunch of great teaching resources for people who want to build a learning environment and exercise the tools that will help someone else design a super hunch. They also help someone wanting to structure a session or a workshop for a group of people (in accordance with The Innographer Open Educator License.)
To gain educator access, follow the “two simple steps” found here.
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