Group of people thinking about their response to the Memory Game reflection exercise

Memory Game Debrief

Simple processing strategy to inspire deeper reflection.

  • Playful & inventive
  • Fosters creativity
  • Open-ended
  • No props

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Comments (1)

  1. David Piang-Nee

    Love the way that this debrief is introduced. Rather than the individual thinking from their perspective, they have to consider it from a third persons perspective, which adds another layer to it.

    Gives the individual a level of distance to express themselves too. A different approach to getting the participants to reflect on things

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