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Post-it® Tabletop Easel Pad, 20" x 23", Plain White Paper, 20 Sheets
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Post-it® Tabletop Easel Pad, 20" x 23", Plain White Paper, 20 Sheets

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A great way to exercise big imaginations
  • Folds flat for easy storage.
  • Convenient carry handle for easy portability.
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A great way to exercise big imaginations
  • Folds flat for easy storage. 
  • Convenient carry handle for easy portability. 
  • Adhesive-backed sheets stick to most surfaces. 
  • Paper resists bleedthrough. 

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Item # 218691 
Manufacturer # 563R  
paper ruling no ruling
perforated yes
quantity 1
size 20" x 23"
binding type glue top
brand name Post-it
manufacturer 3M Company
number of pages per pad 20
paper color White
number of sheets per pad 20

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Post-it� Tabletop Easel Pad, 20 x 23, Plain White Paper, 20 Sheets 4.6 5 57 57
Mobile Whiteboard I picked this up for a planning meeting that was held at a restaurant. It worked really well, and it was rather convenient, as the packaging doubles as a stand. The one thing I would improve, if I was a designer of his product would be to add a perforated connection at the top of the paper or a crease just below the sticky of each page, maybe both. The pages would tend to unstick from the pad as I flipped over to the next page, and I wanted to keep all of the project notes together. August 12, 2013
Easel Pad w/White Board I have used this product for many adult leader training courses. I gather the students thoughts and ideas on the erasable white board and use the tear-off sheets to pre-record my key thoughts and points. These can then be posted at the end of the different discussions. May 9, 2012
Easel Pad w/White Board I have used this product for many adult leader training courses. I gather the students thoughts and ideas on the erasable white board and use the tear-off sheets to pre-record my key thoughts and points. These can then be posted at the end of the different discussions. May 9, 2012
Grreat! These are the best pads. I am an ESL teacher and I use these instead of a chalkboard. I can take it from class to class. I can leave them for students to look at when I'm not there. Doesn't take up valuable classroom space. I love these to death. can't say enough about them. December 29, 2011
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For over 30 years, consumers have trusted Post-it Brand Products. What began with Post-it Notes, used to remind and communicate, has grown to include Post-it Easel Pads used to capture and share ideas. With sheets that can stick almost anywhere, Post-it Easel Pads foster the imaginative thinking that lays the foundation for future growth.

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Note.<\/p><ol class=\"wcsbs-footnotes-list\"><\/ol>","media":{"sources":[{"width":220,"height":364,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/67879764-0dc6-41ff-a030-2de1e89f70a5.jpg.w960.jpg","profile":"W960"},{"width":220,"height":364,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/67879764-0dc6-41ff-a030-2de1e89f70a5.jpg.w480.jpg","profile":"W480"},{"width":220,"height":364,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/67879764-0dc6-41ff-a030-2de1e89f70a5.jpg.w240.jpg","profile":"W240"}],"type":"IMAGE","runtimeSrc":{"width":220,"height":364,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/67879764-0dc6-41ff-a030-2de1e89f70a5.jpg.web.jpg"},"src":{"width":220,"height":364,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/67879764-0dc6-41ff-a030-2de1e89f70a5.jpg"}},"caption":"Ask why the problem happens"},{"description":"<p>Share and group which why&#8217;s are similar and/or worthy of deeper consideration.<\/p><ol class=\"wcsbs-footnotes-list\"><\/ol>","media":{"sources":[{"width":800,"height":533,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/59db6c4a-4e13-427d-917e-591822cda22a.jpg.w960.jpg","profile":"W960"},{"width":480,"height":319,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/59db6c4a-4e13-427d-917e-591822cda22a.jpg.w480.jpg","profile":"W480"},{"width":240,"height":159,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/59db6c4a-4e13-427d-917e-591822cda22a.jpg.w240.jpg","profile":"W240"}],"type":"IMAGE","runtimeSrc":{"width":800,"height":533,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/59db6c4a-4e13-427d-917e-591822cda22a.jpg.web.jpg"},"src":{"width":800,"height":533,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/59db6c4a-4e13-427d-917e-591822cda22a.jpg"}},"caption":"Share"},{"description":"Could there be another cause beneath it that is contributing to the problem?<br/>If so, ask \u201cwhy?\u201d again and record your answer.<ol class=\"wcsbs-footnotes-list\"><\/ol>","media":{"sources":[{"width":800,"height":533,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/c7b7b26f-a779-42b6-b58d-fcbd9aebacc3.jpg.w960.jpg","profile":"W960"},{"width":480,"height":319,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/c7b7b26f-a779-42b6-b58d-fcbd9aebacc3.jpg.w480.jpg","profile":"W480"},{"width":240,"height":159,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/c7b7b26f-a779-42b6-b58d-fcbd9aebacc3.jpg.w240.jpg","profile":"W240"}],"type":"IMAGE","runtimeSrc":{"width":800,"height":533,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/c7b7b26f-a779-42b6-b58d-fcbd9aebacc3.jpg.web.jpg"},"src":{"width":800,"height":533,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/c7b7b26f-a779-42b6-b58d-fcbd9aebacc3.jpg"}},"caption":"Examine your selections"},{"description":"<p>We suggest doing the exercise at least five times but your situation may call for more or less.<\/p><ol class=\"wcsbs-footnotes-list\"><\/ol>","media":{"sources":[{"width":135,"height":120,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/b3d2f8f7-8225-4747-9e1d-e86b828eec3e.jpg.w960.jpg","profile":"W960"},{"width":135,"height":120,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/b3d2f8f7-8225-4747-9e1d-e86b828eec3e.jpg.w480.jpg","profile":"W480"},{"width":135,"height":120,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/b3d2f8f7-8225-4747-9e1d-e86b828eec3e.jpg.w240.jpg","profile":"W240"}],"type":"IMAGE","runtimeSrc":{"width":135,"height":120,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/b3d2f8f7-8225-4747-9e1d-e86b828eec3e.jpg.web.jpg"},"src":{"width":135,"height":120,"src":"/_cp/products/1410547525696/tab-28ef310e-a5ce-489c-8ced-1e00d024846f/b3d2f8f7-8225-4747-9e1d-e86b828eec3e.jpg"}},"caption":"Continue these steps until the root problem is identified"}]}
  • 1. Unlocking answers by asking questions

    The best ideas are often solutions to a bigger problem. The Five Whys method delves into the truths of a situation to unlock responses that can transform challenges into creative opportunities.

    Whether you're in a group or simply brainstorming by yourself, The Five Whys approach is a simple and effective way to explore the root cause of a problem and develop relevant solutions.

    1. 2. Write down the problem

      Describe it in simple terms.  This will help you and your team focus on the task at hand.

      Use these Post-it(R) items for this exercise.

       

      1. 3. Ask why the problem happens

        Have each person in your session capture his/her why on a Post-it® Note.

        1. 4. Share

          Share and group which why’s are similar and/or worthy of deeper consideration.

          1. 5. Examine your selections

            Could there be another cause beneath it that is contributing to the problem?
            If so, ask “why?” again and record your answer.
            1. 6. Continue these steps until the root problem is identified

              We suggest doing the exercise at least five times but your situation may call for more or less.

              Attribute Change Example

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              • 1. Thinking from a new point of view

                Attribute change is great for amplifying a small team into a larger one – when everyone takes on multiple points of view, you can generate lots of ideas with only a few people.

                1. 2. Create

                  Create a list of attributes like age, job or nationality.

                  Use these Post-it(R) items for this exercise.

                  1. 3. Brainstorm

                    Brainstorm examples for each attribute until you have a range of different points of view.

                    1. 4. Every angle

                      Think about the problem from every point of view. It can be helpful to do research in order to find out how attitudes and ideas differ amongst the groups you’re looking at, but if you don’t have time, your imagination goes a long way, too.

                      Capture Your Ideas

                      Post-it(R) Easel Pads for Education

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