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"This is one of the best sites you will ever find for learning how to make the activities you plan relate to the real lives of the youth you work with.
Roger Greenaway packs these pages with his wisdom and experiences and lots of links to other sites."

Barbara Kawliche
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REVIEWING SKILLS TRAINING

Reviewing is for everyone. We all do it.
It is how we learn, grow and develop ...

  • Anyone can benefit from reviewing everyday experiences - whether these experiences disappoint or delight us.
  • We can add value to successful experiences by reviewing them. While celebrating our successes we can also learn more about how success was achieved.
  • We can also learn from mistakes and 'unsuccessful' experiences. We can learn how to cope with them, avoid them or turn them to advantage.
Reviewing is a balancing act: if you only review when things go wrong people associate reviewing with 'bad' experiences, and may lose their interest in reviewing. Remember to review success as well! See Reviewing Success for ideas about how to do so.

For a more detailed introduction to reviewing and its benefits see
Reviewing & Debriefing - What, Why and How


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