Reflection

Take stock of experiences and deep dive on moments of learning.
Take stock of experiences and deep dive on moments of learning.

Show & Tell

Suggested duration: 20 minutes

 

Show-and-tell taps on the use of metaphors and personal experiences for participants to share their ideas, assumptions and associations about a topic. It helps to link abstract ideas with objects so that they are more relatable for your audience.  

 

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Roll a D20

Suggested duration: 25 minutes

 

This is inspired by the End of Day Review Thumball™ designed to engage learners in reflections by passing a ball around and responding to the topic wherever their thumbs land. Try this digital adaptation with Google’s roll dice function. 

 

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Emotional Journey Mapping

Suggested duration: 20 minutes

 

An emotional journey map is used to visualise people’s emotional experiences through their interactions in various events and with products or services. This is typically used as part of customer journey maps to highlight new insights and pain points specific to businesses or processes. This can help you to understand the strengths to maintain and identify gaps where improvements should be made.  

 


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Pass the Knot

Suggested duration: 15 minutes

 

This reflection activity allows everyone an equal opportunity to speak. It is similar to the classic game of musical chairs, but this time participants will pass a knot around their groups between hands.  

 

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Body Parts

Suggested duration: 30 minutes

 

Let learners exercise their imagination as they use figures of speech based on different body parts to reflect about their learning experience. This activity is also recommended for learners to discuss their post-class action plans, such as applying ideas gained from your workshop to effect improvements at work. 

 

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Life Journal

Suggested duration: 20 minutes

 

Draw a visual timeline of your life's significant events and share them with your group. Learners can share emotional connections as they appreciate different aspects of their lives apart from their professional fields. This can also be done in groups to reflect on the members' collective experience and create a shared narrative.

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