Monthly Archives: March 2020

Brain Break Activities

No matter what type of classroom you teach in, whether it be in-person or virtual, you need to keep the brain in mind in your teaching methods. Most people cannot sit-and-get their learning and retain much at all. It doesn’t matter if you work with youth or adults, the human brain needs a short break […]

Deeper Conversations

Last February I introduced a new set of question cards I created called Comfort Zone Wheelies.  At the time, I had lead a few programs where the client has asked me to help the participants go below the surface level when asking questions of one another.  Asking deeper questions is a great way to help participants […]

Virtual Icebreakers and Connection Activities

Virtual Icebreakers and Connection Activities I will admit that Virtual Team Building activities stretch me.  I really want to be intentional with the time I have with a group, and I don’t want to fill it with anything that is hokey or just a time filler.  In a virtual world keeping people connected is critical […]