The four corners strategy is a great way to help students visually represent information. The instructor will pose some type of Likert question (strongly disagree, disagree, agree, strongly agree) and then the students will move to the part of the room that best represents their answer. From here the instructor could ask another question, have students talk within groups, or get one student from each group into a new group to get a variety of perspectives on the question. This is also a great way to make groups if the goal is to get similar or different perspectives or experience levels together. While best with Likert questions, other types of questioning can be used as long as multiple choice options are available for the students.