What is a Flip Chart?
A flip chart is poster-sized paper that can be prepared in advance and hung on the wall around a training room or posted on an easel and used in the moment to highlight or emphasize key learning points.
Other Common Names for Flip Charts
- White board
- Pad of oversized paper
- Flexibility allows for sheets to remain on the easel, be torn off and used by individuals or groups, and be posted on the wall of a training room
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Any time you generate a training session using Soapbox, you’ll want to have a tablet of flipchart paper available. Soapbox takes some basic information about your presentation and quickly generates activities designed to engage your audience, such as small group discussions or group brainstorming. Other Soapbox-generated activities, such as the gallery walk or a poster session, will ask that the trainer or the participants generate content on a flipchart page and post it on the wall. Then everyone will be asked to file past the series of exhibits or posters around the room, noting key concepts or content.