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Engaging Sessions (for Peers)

Training for CP usually presented by Tony
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on 10 October 2018

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Transcript of Engaging Sessions (for Peers)

Agenda
Your Thoughts: What's engaging to you?
Discussion: Presentation vs Facilitation
Some Engaging Tools
Examples - Stack of Resumes & Historical Figures Game
Wrap
Your Thoughts
What makes a session engaging to you?
Some Engaging Tools
Story
Metaphor
Binary opposites
Jokes and humour
Play
Discussion
Developing Engaging Sessions
for Career Peer Educators
Presentation vs Facilitation
Your reactions to the articles
Presentations:

The speaker does a majority of the talking - They are the "star" of the show.
The speaker has a point and a destination - He/She is trying to expand the audiences thinking or move them from one line of thinking to another.
The speaker uses media, stories, and some audience participation to keep the energy high and the crowd engaged.
A presentation is linear.

Facilitation:

The audience does a majority of the talking.
The facilitator provides the destination and guideposts but allows the class to experience their way through the material.
The facilitator allows the class to go back, move sideways, return to the start and/or anything else that helps them understand the material.
The facilitator allows those who understand the material very quickly to play a larger role in teaching others.
A facilitator must be comfortable allowing others to be the star.


Adapted from: Larson, J. What's the Difference? Presentation vs. Facilitation, published on August 27, 2014
From: Egan, K. An imaginative approach to teaching. Jossey-Bass. 2005
Example
Stack of Resumes
What do they have in common?
GAME TIME!
FINAL QUESTIONS?
Story
Metaphor
Play
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