PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 13 Tips for trainers

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Published: January 1993
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 13 Tips for trainers Alan Margolis 45. The Margolis wheel · Problem/difficulties likely to be faced when returning to your own Objectives institution. Figure 39 · To give individuals the opportunity to discuss real problems they face or will face and to generate potential solutions; · To emphasise equality in power and authority with the group; · To encourage participants to share problems and actively seek experiences and suggestions from each other; and, · To highlight that we all have relevant and valuable experiences. Materials 2. Then ask participants to sit in any seat. Instruct then that those sitting in the Five or six chairs arranged in reach of two outside circle will be the consultants or concentric circles, the inside ones facing the solution suggesters. Those sitting on the outside. inside facing out will be the clients or problem-presenters. Explain that each pair A watch or electronic timer to time each has three minutes to discuss problems and round. Object to make a noise, e.g. cup and potential solutions. spoon, bell. 3. After 3 minutes, the outside circle rotates by one chair, brining a new consultant to Time face each client. 4. Give ...

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