Reflections

Discovery Kits

 

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On the second day of orientation, each student presented something they designed to represent an aspect of themselves. There were boxes of sentimental objects explained, a piñata, posters illustrating meaningful life experiences, small gifts for each classmate, lists and edibles. I had everyone pick cards from a box and ask the questions on their cards (some with blanks they had to fill). The questions engaged me in something that simulated a cross between Charades, a Google recruitment interview, and improv comedy — all to show the collaborative potential of creative communication.

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