Arena:Applied Critical Thinking (ACT) Back to all Arenas
Non editable automatic button
33 of 37
This technique was developed by Bruce McKenzie (Australia). It enables a group of people to share their unique perspectives quickly and safely. Each person receives the reflections of every other person about the idea or concern he or she stated in the center circle of a large sheet of paper. We read and respond quickly, and gather multiple ideas that otherwise would remain mute.
What's in this Lab?
Speed Stating Lab Total Time: 1.5 hrs
SPEED STATING: RESILIENCE + VULNERABILITY Participants: Groups (8-12 people; minimum 5 people) Materials:
sheet of paper, colored pens, sticky notes
Do you know someone who might benefit from taking this Lab? Share this page and invite them to join.
Is this your first Lab? Visit Get Started -- our free guide to basic thinking skills.
Back to the Applied Critical Thinking Arena page
Catalytic Thinking Labs
It's time to move beyond just talking about change. We'll change how we act when we change how we think. Strengthening my thinking now is something tangible I can do.
View Lab Catalog
Applied Critical Thinking
Navigating Complex Issues
Self-Knowledge for Leading and Supporting
Disciplined Social Innovation
Guide to all Arenas
Explore ArenasPricingWho We AreCertificatesEnroll My TeamI'm Flying SoloBlog
For partnerships, sales, and facilitator support:firstname.lastname@example.org
For Learner help:View our Get Started GuideRead our FAQs Contact Us