Research has long shown that visualisation can lead to better recall and learning. As a trainer, you can exploit visualisation to your advantage. One area where visualisation is useful is when recapping on content already covered or at the end of a course. This exercise helps you to take advantage of the power of visualisation.
The visualisation produced in this exercise can also act as a reminder for the delegates and will help to reinforce associations and memory.
Create a visual representation of all the important lessons learned in the course.
Explaining the Exercise: 2 minutes
Activity: 15 min making artwork + 15 min review session = 30 minutes
Group Feedback: 5 minutes
Which work was inspiring to you? Which lessons were selected by most delegates and how did they visually represent them in their works?
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