Member27 June 2020 at 4:36 am
I like your wording, “simplies”. The process is simple, as is the tool, but the thinking that it generates has the potential to really “wow” participants. This is particularly true of those who might never have actually taken the time to think from any perspective other than their own before. This is often why I suggest that the compass be used often and not only as a one-off activity in a class. The recurring use actually allows students to internalize the process (simple) so that they can make their down decisions internally over time.