To respect the dignity of each person by providing a slower, thicker, and more deliberate opportunity for everyone to introduce themselves (as described here).
Warm up activity in the beginning of class, or reflection towards the end of class. Can be an introductory activity, but probably more appropriate for older students or later in the semester.
Minimal: Instructions and list of questions students will choose from.
Around 5 minutes to explain and give people a chance to read the prompt options; Around 12-15 minutes in each breakout room, and then any debrief time you choose to include (not necessary).
Space to share the questions (Google slides, docs, chat of the video conferencing tool) and breakout rooms.
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