Using personal items, this activity motivates participants to share information about themselves, as well as an interesting experience they might have experienced, improving collaboration in a group.
This activity relies on the method of Tinkering, using recycled or otherwise found objects and reuse them for tinkering and producing something new. By using Tinkering, the participants can share something about them as well as their opinion about specific topics.
Participants are asked to guess facts and information about others , gamifying the getting-to-know-each-other process and making it easier to share stories and experiences with each other in a group.
An activity combining drawing and collages about Antigone and Creon and the interpretation of their roles and story.
Focusing on the story of Creon and Antigone, the participants get to explore different feelings and emotions, and understanding the perspective of others.
Introducing themselves with positive reinforcement and a creative approach is the focus in this activity, offering participants with a chance to make their own mask and showing themselves to others.
Choosing an animal representative of oneself, the participants are asked to engage in active movement and creative thinking through developing a choreography and interpretation for their chosen animal and presenting it.
Giving free reign over topics and the focus of scenes, the participants can create a joint performance through music, theatre, or another medium.
This activity centres on highlighting the best in each participant and their lives and to strengthen their self-confidence through positive reflection.
Using the example of Antigone and Creon, the participants are motivated to participate in an active discussion and performance to highlight their point of view.
This activity centres on motivating participants to join extracurricular activities outside of their daily routine and follow through with the set goals.
Using movement, the participants are introduced to what it means to lead a group, as well as to be lead by others and how collaboration can work in a playful exercise.
min. 5 participants