I haven't visited that site for a while -- years, but I have heard of it. I thank you for thinking of it. I found one actually for my classroom.
I've done some of this before digitally using google docs. Each kid adds individually to one of Google Docs a summary (or other prompt) of our topic. They decide and revise as needed -- either on one computer or through comments. Then students switch to another teams' document and reads / adds in the document or as comments. With Google Docs format, there's time to do more than one team, which is nice. Then the students return to their original document to review and revise their final ideas. By sharing the four summaries/prompts now as a whole class, we can choose, collaborate, revise, and clarify easily.
Since we're talking about "change," this one might be a good one, digital or not, to move people forward.
1. Three linoit with prompts: Participants respond with their stickies. It's anonymous.
a. What is your reaction when you think about using new technology? Looking back, how have you reacted in the past, and how could you have reacted better?
b. What are some of the questions that you have or have had when asked to use new technology? How did you get answers to these questions? How could you have done a better job of getting answers to the questions?
c. What new professional skills do or did you have to learn to use new technology? How quickly and effectively did you learn these skills? How could you have done better?
2. In three Google Docs, ask teams to each analyse one of the linoits to answer the question:
Prepare a set of guidelines on how to effectively cope with the organizational change of infusing new technology.
3. Each team then reviews the other set of guidelines and offers ideas.
4. Teams review and finalize their original guidelines.
5. Grab all the guidelines into one Google Presentation and ask participants if the final ideas represent the possible strategies for continuing the change. Allow revisions. Ask participants to place their names on the "Credits" slide.
6. Let each participant create a tagxedo of the guidelines in picture each chooses.
I'm not sure I'd lead this myself; but it is part of the school leader's task to help people cope with change, and move to the change. This activity might help.
Thanks again. Sheri