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3 Engagement Activities to Activate Learning | ACE Presenter Leigh Ann Rodgers

14 Aug 2018 3:42 PM | Anonymous

Join Leigh Ann at ACE to get even more ideas!

Are you looking for some new activities to engage your learners? 

Neuroscience is now proving what many L&D professionals have intuitively known for years: it is imperative to activate learners in meaningful ways for learning to occur and be retained.  At ATD ACE 2018 I’ll be sharing “7 Clever Ways to Energize Learners & Improve Retention.” Meanwhile, here are three more engagement activities that you can adapt and use in your workshops.

  • The Forced Choice activity can be facilitated during training and working meetings to better understand the viewpoints of your group about a topic. It gets everyone up, moving and talking about the topic of your course.

Click here for instructions: https://better-teams.com/2018/05/19/forced-choice/

  • People Mapping is a fun, energizing icebreaker that can be used to emphasize the value of having different perspectives in the group. This is an active way to break the ice and get to know who is in the room.

Click here for instructions: https://better-teams.com/2018/04/15/people-mapping/

  • 9 Dimensions is a powerful activity designed to build relationships and trust among team members. There are 2 variations of this icebreaker. The first version is for teams who want to get to know each other better. The second version is for teams who want to explore how they are working together as a team.

Click here for instructions: https://better-teams.com/2017/02/03/9-dimensions-team-building-activity/

Looking for more ideas? Please join us at ATD ACE 2018 in Atlanta!

Leigh Ann Rodgers, M. Ed. Is a certified IAF Professional Facilitator with over 20 years of training, instructional design and meeting facilitation experience. She has designed numerous courses including Facilitation Secrets to Energize & Engage, a course specifically for trainers who are seeking new, adaptable engagements. Leigh Ann also coaches and trains both L&D and meeting facilitators. Leigh Ann is the founder of Better Teams, which focuses on offering team activities, assessments, and services that build high-performing and happy teams.