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YTA2012 - Facilitation - Mara & Timi

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Tímea Csontos

on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of YTA2012 - Facilitation - Mara & Timi

to FACILITATE FACILITATOR Process Monitoring Brainstorming Facilitate
Discussion Socratic Direction Teaching Demonstrate Presenting Interaction with participants Facilitator contribute to the content choose your style according to:
time
knowledge
facilitating skills
expectations Facilitation The condition of having something made easier. The act
of assisting
or making an
action easier. A
neutral
leader who
makes a process easier. Facilitation
anchor grid Space Facilitation setting:
room
equipment
visuals
temperature, fresh air environment:
atmosphere
illumination
acoustics
breaks Process Facilitation facilitating the process to reach content HOW? WHAT? different styles regarding the
importance of content and process: content process EXPERT TEACHER TRAINER CHAIR People facilitation emotions (individuals/groups) = anticipation + intervention;
relations (professional/personal).
involvement. Types of people aggressive dominant talkative I-am-against one positive arrogant shy/insecure lethargic/ silent one cunning Facilitation
styles Facilitation
techniques Non-verbal eye contact
facial expressions
body language and gestures
position and movement in the room
distracting habits
dress
voice
silence attentiveness
asking questions
paraphrasing
summarizing
shifting perspective
including inactive people
giving positive reinforcements
probing
redirecting questions and comments
bridging and referring back Verbal Mara Timi &
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