Keeping the 'Interactive' in Interactive Activities
You are leading a training and all is going well. Having just finished offering a piece of content, you move into an activity meant to help participants engage with the material on a deeper level. The energy in the room comes up as the smaller groups have robust conversation during the activity.
Then it’s time to debrief. As you ask each group to report their work to the larger group, the energy level suddenly plummets. While groups starting reporting, everyone else seems to check out. Some people look at their phones, others just look bored or confused. What’s going on? How can you pull everybody back?
This webinar focuses on how trainers can improve their ability to design and facilitate activities that stimulate interaction and engagement. It explores a variety of techniques designed to strengthen interactive opportunities and offers tools and techniques designed to maintain audience engagement during activities and activity debriefs.
- Increase your ability to read audience engagement and offer activities to enhance their learning
- Explore a few techniques designed to strengthen interactive opportunities
CYC Certification Competency Domain:
Developmental Practice Methods
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