Debriefing or reflection after or during an activity, or at the end of your program, doesn’t have to be the typical circle with a question and answer format.
Changing up your debriefs throughout the program to keep them varied, novel, and experiential keeps everyone engaged.
Here is a short example of a debrief that is also an activity: tableau vivant or living picture.
One resource on this topic, we highly recommend is:
A Teachable Moment: A Facilitator’s Guide to Activities for Processing, Debriefing, Reviewing, and Reflection by Jim Cain, Michelle Cummings, and Jennifer Stanchfield.
The book can be purchased at: http://store.training-wheels.com/temo.html