Minute Papers on Zoom using Google Forms
Provide a prompt, then link participants to a Google Form with a long answer text field. Instruct them to take one minute to respond to the prompt, then hit submit. If you’re planning on displaying their responses or using them later in the facilitation, let them know your intentions before they start writing.
Gallery Exhibit on Zoom using Google Slides
Have participants click through a virtual gallery of images, quotes, facts, or questions you’ve prepared in Google Slides.
Gallery Exhibit on Zoom using Gather
In Gather, have participants navigate around the room, interacting with the images on the walls. If you want them to keep any questions or prompts in mind while walking around, let them know before you begin. Bring the group back together when you're done.
Spectrum Questions on Zoom using Gather
In Gather bring participants together to explain the activity, indicating where the boundaries of the spectrums are and what each side indicates. Standing on a spotlight square, read out the statement you want participants to respond to, give them time to place themselves along the spectrum. Discuss and repeat with new prompts.
Fill in the Gap on Zoom
Share a sentence that contains an important gap. Then instruct the group that you’ll be calling on one person to say the whole sentence with the gap filled in, before they call on another participant to do the same, until everyone has shared. Repeat with new prompts as many times as you’d like.