Speed dating training activity
It gives people who are speed meeting a bit of privacy.
Sitting at tables all over the room (or just in two chairs) is preferred, so the murmur of the conversations does not interfere with the participants' ability to hear.
When finished, they can add up the four letters and determine their “perceived” MBTI.
If the students do the actual MBTI later, they can compare the results to their perceptions and discuss if they are the same.
In that case, you then ask participants numbered one to introduce themselves to a two sitting kitty corner from them, and so on until all of the ones and twos have had a chance to meet.
After the students have positioned themselves around the room, have a short discussion by asking each group what they think of the group on the other side of the room.
Give each group a chance to speak before moving on to each dichotomy.
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