How can we best structure and leverage our Miro boards to support truly engaging workshops? Rather than just loosely stringing together a series of neat ideas & activities, if we step back & more closely examine: how we move, how we share, how we gather, & how we interact, it helps us to see more possibilities for fueling learner engagement.

There are many paths to deeper sessions, but to share my own thoughts on how one could approach this, I've put together a Miro taxonomy. May it provoke warm thoughts & small fires in my fellow facilitators' brains. 🔥Want more background? Check the thought process behind it here:


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