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Listening Walk

Source: Margaret Krebs

Purpose: Reflecting Audience: Participants in an ongoing group: task force, lab, workshop You've probably heard people say that they do their best thinking when walking. In fact, Stanford researchers in a study done in 2014, found that walking does boost creativity.  If you want to give participants time to think outloud and express what is emerging for them, try a Listening Walk. For more information, listen to this short video clip of Parker Palmer, author and educator, talking about the context of listening in academic scholarship.

Listening walk.

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