Start/Stop/Continue/Change - Sticky Notes, set of 20 pads

Help participants identify and follow through on key learning points.

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Take time to debrief your learning event and help participants identify and follow through on key learning points. Your focused review helps learners think about ways they can implement the learning so they don't forget.

These sticky note pads are perfect debrief tools for individuals or small groups. Pass them around as prompts to ask the following questions:

  1. What actions should you START doing to integrate today's learning into your daily processes?
  2. Which actions should you STOP doing to avoid current problems?
  3. What's still working that you should CONTINUE to do?
  4. What needs to CHANGE in order to bring about the desired change?

Set of 20 pre-printed sticky note pads with STOP, START, CONTINUE, and CHANGE printed on each note.

Plenty of blank space on each pad for students to write out their ideas and goals on each sheet.

Set includes 5 of each style of pad. Each 3 in. x 3 in. pad has 50 stickies.

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  • 5
    Great resource for trainings

    I'm always looking for resources to engage my audience. This example goes beyond just sticky notes.

  • 5
    I would buy this product again!

    Provide immediately feedback to students in practical labs.

  • 4
    Wonderful, easy addition to a course!

    These sticky notes complement wrap-up questions you're probably already asking during training and are a fun, colorful way to do so. These notes are easy to use, economical, and I love the lighter shading in the middle of each note making it easier to read writing. My only feedback for improvement would be to make the notes a bit thicker/more sturdy - the pages are quite thin. However at the price point they are a bargain!

  • 5
    Perfect action item!

    These sticky notes were a perfect addition to "table talk" sessions: participants conducted table talk on a topic, then noted personal learnings on these notes. Received many comments on how much participants liked the stickies!