- Write down some challenging topics on covered course material on flip-chart paper. One topic as a heading for each paper. The topics can be suggested by you and confirmed by participants or suggested directly by participants.
- Divide the participants in the same number of groups that you have topics.
- Place each group at different flip-chart papers and tell them to write down all they know about the topic during a couple of minutes.
- Then let the groups change topic and add items on the paper or correct items already written.
- Continue by letting all groups visit each topic in the same manner until all topics have been visited.
- The final part of the excersize is to go through each flip-chart paper together and discuss the result and identify challenging parts that needs further clarification by returning to course material or asking the teacher.
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