Assembly Follow-Up

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Risk Level:Low
  1. After having a speaker or presenter on campus, place a large piece of poster paper in a popular space.
  2. At the top of the paper, write out a large question. Typically speaking, this should be the key question that the speaker or presenter posed to your audience.
  3. Finally, leave out a box with pens/markers for students to write their input.
  4. When done correctly, we generate conversation on campus that lasts far longer than an hour-long presentation.