David Magellan Horth writes …
“I did this with a group of students and faculty at Birmingham Southern College.
We were sitting in a circle so that made the beginning of the discussion a little more intimate and safe.
I split a Wisdom Explorer deck in two and passed one half to my left and the other two my right. Each person was invited to spend only 15 seconds finding a quote that resonated for him or her self. After everyone had selected a card, they introduced themselves by saying their name, and their affiliation (in this case their field of study or teaching).
Each person read their quote, and said why it resonated for them.
It worked wonderfully and became a rapid yet intimate opening – somewhat like introductions I have where I have used Visual Explorer images in a similar way.”