The Basic Components of Team Building – Debriefing

This is the most important component to a quality team building session, because this is where all your hard work will bear its fruit. During the debriefing students will discuss and reflect on the events of the activity and connect what is learned during the team building game to their classroom, home and personal experience. There are a few important ways to debrief that will … Continue reading The Basic Components of Team Building – Debriefing

Basic Components to Team Building – Framing

Framing an activity is to give a team building game a fictional plot. The frame has different functions including adding excitement and helping to keep participants within the given rules. We will learn more about that soon, but first let’s take this game example without a frame, then give it a frame to see the difference.  “You have laid down a starting line with a … Continue reading Basic Components to Team Building – Framing

Basic Components to Team Building In Your Classroom – Setting Expectations

Components to Team Building   There are four basic components of a team building activity. Of the four components, only one component is the actual facilitation of the activity. Much more goes on in a successful session than the participants simply playing out the activity. While these are the basics of team building, even the advanced facilitator will find that it is a good refresher … Continue reading Basic Components to Team Building In Your Classroom – Setting Expectations