Asking questions to discover new ones
It is not always easy to ask the right questions and to understand other people’s perspectives. This exercise puts a focus on asking questions instead of trying to find answers. Furthermore, it also shines a light on how taking on other people’s questions might bring us to reflections we wouldn’t have opened for on our own. This exercise is for groups of professionals participating in your project – e.g. artists, pedagogues, teachers, psychologists. The exercise works the best if you are different professions doing it together.
- An even number of participants – at least 6 and as big as you want
- Labels – we use the Manilla labels with a hole for hanging up
- Markers to write with