Module: Introduction Module

Duration: 20 minutes

Social Development Theme: Social Enterprise


Participants stand in a horseshoe, arranging themselves according to how much they know about social enterprise. Participants stand at one end if social enterprise is new to them, and at the other if they know a lot. Participants then explain why they chose to stand where they are by sharing their knowledge about social enterprise with the group. This is both good for reviewing participants’ self-assessed level of awareness, and as a learning activity to collect the knowledge of the group.

Learning outcomes

Team-building and networking within the group.

Preparations and materials

This activity can be done standing, or sitting with a horseshoe of chairs if any participants have disabilities or trouble standing for too long.  

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