- To help participants reflect on an experience/session.
- Participants are asked to write down one of the following in exactly one minute:
- the most eye-opening revelations from the session
- the biggest questions they’re left with
- a summary of what was said during the session
- an answer to a reflective question presented by the leader
- what they want to remember from the experience/session
- A timer for 1 minute is set & participants start writing.
- One-minute papers can be stuck onto a noticeboard.
- One-minute journals: Participants can be asked to write one-minute papers on a personal journal at the end of every session (journals can be kept by the leaders or by the participants).
- One-minute monologue: Participants can be split into pairs & asked to give a one-minute monologue to their partner about the topic.
- One-minute message: Participants can be asked to write a message for one minute that is then sent to a leader. (This can be a way of receiving feedback of what is actually being retained.)
Adapted from: www.nureva.com/blog/education/15-ways-to-spark-student-reflection-in-your-classroom