Guidance through the Process

From Competendo - Digital Toolbox
Revision as of 15:15, 9 October 2020 by Nils.zimmermann (talk | contribs)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search
Guidance.png
It may seem you have spent a lot of time doing other things before working on the “real content,” but all those steps are necessary elements that enable you and your participants to create a good learning experience. While working on the content, it is important to provide the participants with a lot of different learning opportunities and use a mixed style of methods.

Every participant learns in a different way and we have to give everybody the possibility to learn as much as possible. At the same time, it is very important to stay authentic as a facilitator. If you do not feel comfortable with a method, then it’s better not to use it. Working on content in a holistic way means not only addressing different learning preferences but also creating learning experiences that are close to real life. The following approaches and methods support you in managing this kind of learner-centered learning process.




Presentation & Visual Facilitation

The section includes methods for vizualization and presentation.



Energizers & Cool-Downs

Energizers and cool-downs help learners to refocus attention, to return to the learning process, and to reconnect to the group.



Big group methods

Approaches for facilitating processes with bigger groups of participants.