The Shape of You
This is a fun and quirky activity to break the ice and get to know each other or a warm-up exercise that could set the tone for collaboration activities.
Analysing what the shapes mean, reflecting on our own personality traits and traits of others can lead to discussion about how to work with various personality types in a cohesive and productive way.
In face-to-face class the instructor should have copies of the geometric psychology document to distribute or have it projected for students to see. For online classes, the instructor should be able to share their screen and show the document or share the document in the chat.
Ability to put participants in breakout rooms, see adaptions if not applicable.
View a Geometric Shapes: Simple and Unusual Personality Test blog post which has an example document with geometric shapes.
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