Ice Breakers

Version 2

    Getting a group energized and ready to engage in Professional Development can be easier with a good icebreaker. An ice breaker should be important, relevant and provide the opportunity for participants to get to know the group.  The goal should be to get the group comfortable with one another and to build community.  I have attached a document below that you can print out and use with your participants to get to know them a little better.  What is your favorite ice breaker?  Share how you use ice breakers in your classroom or during your PD sessions to get your students or participants actively participating in the session!