A friend of mine recently remarked, “If I paid you a dollar every time I used Thirty-Five, you'd be a rich man now!” Thirty-Five is one of the most versatile training activities that I have designed.
During Thirty-Five, participants reflect on the lecture and identify the most important point, fact, principle, concept, step, or strategy they heard. They write this item on an index card, exchange the card with someone else, and then evaluate one another's cards. The winner in this activity is not the best player, but the best item.
These topics are just a few of many to which the method Thirty-Five could ...