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“This is the book on reflection I’ve been looking for.
It is the best tool a teacher could ever have
for understanding what reflection is and using it.
I love it.”

–Chip Harris, retired Teacher Educator

How do you train people to think? How do you teach them to connect with others? How do you guide them to be more effective in their actions, decisions, and relationships? Through reflection!

Reflection is the ingredient that moves learning activities from great fun to the aha moments that change lives!

From the best-selling authors of Great Group Games comes this foundational book to set the stage to deepen reflection. Experiential, fun, and meaningful, Great Group Reflections guides facilitators of youth, adult or mixed groups through how to create lively moments that capture attention and strengthen reflection. Use these positive activities to help large or small groups expand critical thinking, trigger creativity, and deepen self-discovery.

Veteran youth development practitioners themselves, Susan Ragsdale and Ann Saylor provide easy-to-implement, low-prep group reflection practices that strengthen the impact and effectiveness of any learning activity.

Along with providing fresh reflection tools, Great Group Reflections takes a closer look at why and how to ask questions and the benefits of reflection. The included debriefing prompts illustrate how to move conversations from one-word answers to personal relevance and development. The facilitator cues also include any information needed to lead the games.

Download the digital version here or purchase a paperback copy of the book at or your favorite online bookseller.

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Grade levels 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, 10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, Higher Ed
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