Friday, December 5, 2008
Team Building: Active Review and Processing the Learning
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From Roger Greenaway - Active Learning Manual
Any event can be re-enacted, paused and processed in the ways shown. Replay works well with team activities that involve moving from A to B - especially where pausing would bring out new stories or perspectives that went unnoticed at the time. Also following a dispersed team activity (e.g. a search exercise) action replay is a way of bringing all the different stories together. Replay can also help the healing process when groups or individuals have been in conflict. I have described some specific uses with ropes courses at: http://reviewing.co.uk/articles/ropes-course-reviewing.htm A ball game without a ball is just a handy way of demonstrating the method and is not for taking too seriously.
- Michael Cardus serves as an Adventure Consultant for Create-Learning Team Building. Mike facilitates, trains, and speaks to groups in a variety of settings including Fortune 500 Companies, small business, universities and classrooms. Currently he lives in Buffalo NY, he travels to serve your groups needs - where and when your group desires.