This exercise gives participants a chance to work as a group to aggregate results of creative work and express the essence of their ideas.
This method works particularly well for a fast-paced workshop with limited time for the ‘Acting’ phase. Participants are asked to come up with a catchy title that communicates the most important message of the creative works produced during the workshop. The title can also be considered from the other perspective explored throughout the day (e.g. more-than- human, other generations). A pithy summary that distills complex ideas and experiences into a short memorable phrase can anchor learning and make it easier to recall key insights at a later date. This exercise can be done individually or collectively.
Flip chart; markers or pens.
Stewart (2014). Promoting and Managing Effective Collaborative Group Work.
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