Facilitation / Debriefing Experiences at Glengarry. The Change Process & Our Students. Educational Programming.
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Letting the experience speak for itself. "Learning and doing" ie. here the participants just have a good time making their own meaning out of the experience.
Speaking for the experience. "Learning by telling" ie where the facilitator tells the students what they have learnt and what they can improve.
Debriefing the experience. "Learning through reflection" ie. participants reflect on their experience and through guidance from carefully designed questions bring up points and issues for open discussion in the group.
Frontloading the experience. "Direction with reflection" ie key learning points are given before the experience occurs guiding participants in the direction of important issues. The debrief process at the end simply looks at the success or failure of these key points.
Framing the experience. “Reinforcement in reflection” ie the adventure experience is put together in such a way that it is a “metaphor”, or a mirror image of reality for the participants. If learning and change can occur in the adventure experience, then all that is required is for the participants to implement these same changes back in their normal lives.
Review Recall Remember
What was the effect, how did it affect you?
Can you sum up what you learnt?
Can you apply this to your life?
What will you differently next time?