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Until now, we have been doing activities without purposeful reflection. But we know from Dewey that experience alone may or may not be educative. Sometimes we need to further analyze an experience in order to derive the most valuable learning.
“Minefield in a Circle” involves complex activity, communication, coping with stress, motivation, and many other personal and interpersonal qualities. You experienced this firsthand, blindfolded and not blindfolded, and you observed the way others handled the situation. There is much going on during “Minefield in a Circle” that it seems important to further analyze one’s experience in order to derive greater meaning.
In groups of 4, each person is to share their responses to these three questions:
Original Source: James Neill's Wilderdom site: www.wilderdom.com
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