LAB EXERCISE: TEAM LEAD ICEBREAKER
In this lab exercise you will:
- Reflect on individual and team performance for individual, as well as team, performance improvement (IPEC 2011, TT8).
- Perform effectively on teams in different team roles in a variety of settings (IPEC, 2011, TT10).
- As a team, research and/or create a Team Lead Icebreaker that can illustrate any aspect of interprofessional practice including values and ethics, roles and responsibilities, interprofessional communication, teams and teamwork, and conflict.
- Co-write instructions for the activity include/answer the following questions
- What are the Objective(s)?
- CO-WRITEN 2 or 3 objective
- “By participating in this icebreaker, you will…”
- What is the Title of the icebreaker?
- What is the Time that it takes to complete the activity?
- Activities that are completed in 15-20 minutes are recommended.
- What Supplies needed for multiple peer teams to complete the activity?
- Team leading the activity will bring the enough supplies to the meeting
- Examples could be: tart (shower curtains), newsprint/giant Post-It Notes, scissors, clear tape, scarves (as blindfolds or flags), masking tape/Duct tape, markers, white paper, colored paper, index cards, construction paper, paper clips, safety pins, glue sticks, rubber bands, string/yarn balls, envelopes, and others
- What is the Setting/special room arrangements?
- What are the Directions for participants?
- What are the Directions for activity leaders?
- This may include a script
- What are the Debrief Questions?
- Offer 3-5 question for debrief and/or discussion
- The questions should make the connections between the activity and interprofessional practice.
- What is the Reference in APA format, if appropriate?
RUBRIC: Team Lead Icebreaker
|0-5||Objectives are relevant to the activity and interprofessional practice as a team.|
|0-5||Time for completion of activity is clearly identified|
|0-5||Supplies are identified and available at time icebreaker is performed|
|0-5||Room is suitable for activity and arranged appropriately by the team leading the activity|
|0-5||Directions for the activity are clear to teams partaking in the activity|
|0-5||There are 3-5 relevant Debrief questions that connect the activity to interprofessional practice as a team.|
Interprofessional Education Collaborative Expert Panel. (2011). Core competencies for interprofessional practice: Report of an expert panel. Washington, D.C.: Interprofessional Education Collaborative