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The big book of low-cost training games: Quick, Effective Activities That Explore Communication, Goals Setting, Character Development, Team Building, and More--and Won't Break the Bank! by Jim Cain, Mary Scannell

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6Reviewing and Debriefing Techniques

Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.

—Malcolm Forbes

 

Pairing and Sharing

OBJECTIVE

To reflect on the experience with a partner

Group Size

Any, paired up with partners

Materials

None

Time

5 minutes

Procedure

In an earlier section of this book, the opening activity The Big Question was presented as an activity that allows for a small-group (partner) experience even when a large number of participants are present. Pairing and Sharing uses this same technique during the reviewing process or at the closing end of the program. By minimizing the size of each reviewing group to partners, a facilitator can maximize the total number of participants actively speaking and provide ...

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