Liberating Structures: Appreciative Interview

This is a quick 12 minute challenge you can do with another person. You can do it face to face, on the phone or online. It serves many purposes: it teaches us to listen well to our peers, it helps us identify strengths and assets upon which we can build subsequent work or action, and it builds relationships. Find another person and conduct an Appreciative Interview with them. Spend five minutes to discover where they have been most successful engaging students more… »

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