FAQs and Fakes

FAQs and Fakes

The usual training sequence is to make a presentation and then test the participants understanding and recall of the content. In FAQs and Fakes, we turn this sequence upside down by testing participants first and then presenting the relevant content.

If you have ever played the “Dictionary” game, also known as “Fictionary,” you already know how to use this interactive lecture strategy. In “Dictionary,” one player selects an esoteric word from a dictionary. Other players come up with and write down imaginary definitions. The person who selected the original word copies the official definition from the dictionary, ...

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