- Sticky notes
- The facilitator lists the activities he would like to test on a flip chart, writing them one below the other.
- The facilitator asks each partecipant to “vote” three activities: the one they like the most, the most useful one and the easiest one. (Take care to fournish sticky-notes of three different colours).
- The partecipants “votes” the activities by sticking their notes right beside the selected activities. On each stiky-note they will explain the reason for their vote in one sentence.
- The facilitator ends the activity by promoting reflection and discussion about the experience.
- The facilitator can choose to collect explanations of “votes” verbally instead of asking participants to write them on the sticky-notes.
- The facilitator can use this activity both at the end of the learning path and during the learning path, in order to collect instant feedback on the activities.
- This activity works well in large and small groups of work.
- The facilitator can ask the participant to express only one “vote” in order to shorten the time needed for the activity.
An example developed by italian teachers
Created for the TEEN project (https://www.teen.polimi.it/)
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