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Moving Multiple Choice/Corners


A bit of physical activity and communication can provide a good start of a meeting and/or energize tired participants in the middle of a SI-session.


  • Prepare a number of multiple-choice questions. For instance, regarding difficult concepts in the course or general (if used with check-in purpose)
  • Designate the different possible answers to the question with different places in the room (corners).
  • Ask a question to the participants and tell them to go to the part of the room that represents the answer they believe is correct. Ask them why they chose that alternative and let them discuss & change their mind if they want to by changing to a new place.
  • Tell the right answer – and if the participants have questions – ask the group with the right answer if somebody can explain for the others
  • Continue in the same way with the remaining questions.