Making facilitation FUN with games in Miro

  • 16 December 2021
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During one of our MiroX orientations, my breakout room had a delightful discussion about playing games 🧩🎲 in Miro. If you caught the APAC Community Events last week (shout out to @Joshua William Davies and @Isman Tanuri!), you know that Miro can make work really fun with delightful emojis, awesome extensions, and even hiding parts of the board.

If you haven’t already, make sure you check out the Fun and Games section of Miroverse. If you have, what are your tips for adding FUN to facilitation and making work more delightful with Miro? 🎉


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@Alexis Luscutoff -

Shake it up! It is easy to get into a pattern of sticky note brainstorming, but there might be other more creative ways to achieve the objective for a session. This is especially true in classes where the novelty of sticky notes wears off pretty quickly - get folks drawing, uploading images, linking to external sites and so on.

Kiron

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