The Value of Breakout Sessions
Posted 20 May 2014 4:00 AM by Elaine La Chappelle
When you’re tight for time, you might be inclined to shorten or eliminate break-out activities or discussions. In fact, that’s one of the most important elements of learning. It’s better to tighten up your presentation or content review to ensure that people have enough time to discuss, debate and relate what their learning during small break-out discussion groups. In this blog post I talk about the importance of break-out sessions to learning.