by Jim Cain, Michelle Cummings and Jennifer Stanchfield -
Processing helps groups and individuals make connections between their educational experiences and real life. It helps them apply lessons learned and skills developed, in a “contrived environment” such as a classroom or challenge course, to real life issues. Processing helps create purpose, meaning and focus for an activity. It helps take advantage of teachable moments.
A Teachable Moment is full of processing activities to help participants transfer their learning back to everyday life. A Teachable Moment is perfect for new, as well as seasoned, facilitators.