We learned this exercise from Joan Naake of Montgomery College in Germantown, Maryland. We like how it teaches people about the complexities of an issue using physical movement and how it opens up the possibility of changing one's mind.
To improve participants' ability to develop and articulate arguments
To invite the possibility of changing one's mind in the face of more convincing arguments or evidence
To use physical movement to represent changes in thinking
How It Works
The facilitator identifies an issue of importance to a community, class, or organization.
Before a group meets, participants are asked to read material that provides relevant information on the issue and explores it from ...
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