With much of the northern hemisphere about to return to school amid continued uncertainty about the current COVID19 pandemic, it is clear that many schools…
This week’s Facilitator Tips episode is the fourth & final tutorial focused on developing your processing, reflection or debriefing skills. This episode explores the question of how to debrief, and in particular, how to ask good debriefing questions.
If your understanding of a good debrief is assembling a group of people in a circle and then peppering them with lots of questions, then prepare to expand your horizons, not to mention your leadership skills. As you will learn from this video, asking good questions is as much about focusing on the needs of your group and program goals as it is your tone, brevity and timing to be effective.
CLICK HERE to view a short video tutorial to learn more about how to ask good debriefing questions.
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