Back One hand with outstretched fingers, as seen in Fist to Five debrief

Fist To Five

Quick & simple reflection strategy for group debriefs.

  • Very quick & easy
  • Non-verbal
  • Multiple uses
  • No props

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    Contributor Mark Collard

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    3.33 avg. rating (69% score) - 3 votes

    1. David Piang-Nee

      Great way of gauging group feeling or reaction in the moment or upon reflection of events. Doing so a couple of times may also demonstrate the progress made during a session .. Eg At start of a bike or archery session. Asking them how well they rate their bike skills or how comfortable they feel and after a skill session, discovering how well they now feel about it.. hopefully they can discover they do improve or feel more comfortable afterward.. can be applied to any activity and adapted.. quick and easy.. you can ask for comments if you have more time as well.

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