Tip #165: Checking for Comprehension and Debriefing Exercises

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Checking for Comprehension

  1. Check for comprehension of the content. You can do this by asking questions or encouraging participants to provide some examples.
  2. After giving an assignment, walk around the room to be sure that they understand and are working on the correct assignment.
  3. Check with the participants occasionally- either in the large group, by talking with individuals during the break, or dip-sticking the small groups- to be sure that the pace is comfortable and everyone is on the same page with you.

Debriefing Exercises

  1. It is important to have the individual or group representatives report out after they have completed an exercise. Otherwise, they will not have any sense of closure.
  2. Draw out the correct or more complete answers
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