In the Outdoors and Indoor classrooms, activities can be used powerfully to help participants understand Concepts and Content.
The 2 days will add to your Play-bag of activities – we will be using simple props such as Ropes, Tapes, Strings, Cups, Cards, Alphabets and Numbers to learn new activities.
How to sequence activities through whatever duration of programs you may be running. What activities are better suited for the beginning, middle and end of your interventions.
Choosing activities for specific purposes such as Empathy, Team-building, Collaboration, Conversations and so on.
An activity by itself remains an activity if we do not get the group to reflect upon what happened – with individuals, and the group. Learn to Debrief based on whether you want to bring their attention towards Self-awareness, Self-Management, Social awareness or relationship skills.
Discover what to look for when you are the facilitator, so you can ask appropriate questions to the group – before, during and after the activity.
the ACTIVITY must become an EXPERIENCE!