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The Island / Mission to Mars

A social experiment. Create an island! Pestalozzi Programme Sumsch2014
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Introduction
Welcome to the outer space
you are part of a team
Creating an island
Hand out 5
Creating an ISLAND

Questions to consider:

Discuss the natural resources found in your country. Do the
people in your country have an abundant energy source, or are
they required to import it? Do they have any resources to
export?

Describe the population of your country. Where do people live? 
Why do they live there? Does your country have a huge
population, or a very small one? Is your country’s population
growing? Why or why not? Do people in your country migrate a
lot?

Describe your country’s cultural. What kinds of work do
the people do? What are their beliefs? Do they have any interesting
ways/unique of doing things? What kinds of food do they eat? What is
the language of your country? Are there multiple languages?
Are there any challenges to your country’s culture?
 Is family
important to the people of your country?

Describe the religion of your country’s people. Are they
Christians? Are they Buddhists,Muslims? Are they polytheistic?

Describe the social structure of your country’s people. Are 
there social classes in your country? What are they? How about the welfare system?

What kind of economic system do the people of your country
use? Do they use capitalism, socialism, communism? Do they
have their own unique system?

What is the money called in
your country? Do the inhabitants use money?


What kind of political system does your country have? Is your
country governed by one big central government or is it run by
many smaller governments at the local level?
you are on the moon...
You are members of a space team, which landed on the surface of the moon with the mother ship. Due to technical difficulties your spaceship had to land at one point, which is about 300 kilometers away from the agreed meeting place. During the landing a lot of the equipment has been much destroyed. Your life depends on whether you can reach the mother ship on foot. To do this travel you are allowed to take only the most important things. On the following checklist list 15 things are provided, they are not destroyed..

Your task now is to bring these things in a hierarchy, which points its importance for the 300-kilometer march.
Each group member will decide, initially for itself. Put in the "Single" column the number 1 next to the most important in your view object, the number 2 next to the second most important and so on until number 15 next to the least important subject. 3 minutes?

after you will share with the group in order to agree about the ranking. 10 minutes?
Mission to Mars
The Island

Pestalozzi Summer School 2014 "Participation"
Andria Takkidou
Marta Viñes Jimeno
discuss in pairs
1. Things you like about your country/your city/your school
2. Things you don’t like about your country/your city/your school
3. Things that you would change.
1.
THE DECISION-MAKING OBSERVER:
You are in charge of analysing the process of decision-making. You will be responsible to observe and analyse the decision making process amongst your team members. You will have some worksheets to guide you while doing so. Take notes of any problems/observations you notice during the decision making process.

2.
THE RECORDER:
You are in charge of the protocolling of the results, conclusions: Identify conclusions and consensus and keep a record of them somewhere. Write down suggestions, makes a record of group decisions, or writes down the product of discussion. So, now "to sum up"...

3.
THE PROVOCATOR:
You are in charge of bringing provocation/polemic to the group. You will make the maddest proposals and statements. Suggestions are always coming from you. Ask controversial questions and challenge the opinion of others. Have fun :)

4.
THE OPINION SEEKER:
You are in charge of asking stimulating questions and clarifying opinions already stated in the group. Seek to get more input by asking questions and rephrasing arguments. You can ask controversial questions to make others think. You are also in charge of clarifying arguments.

5. V
ISUAL PERSON:
You will be in charge to present the results visually in a creative and unique manner. You need to collaborate with the other team members and use any creative media to create a visual of your team’s results. Let´s see ;)

6.
TIME KEEPER
: You are in charge of making sure the team is on time. You have to remind the group the time remaining. Furthermore, you can record decision-making time. Tempus fugit :)

7.
The ELABORATOR
. You have to articulate suggestions in terms of examples or developed meanings and offer a rationale for suggestions previously made. You will try to deduce how an idea or suggestion would work out if adopted, based on relevant facts or information.
is your team ready?
Handout 1
-Think first alone, what tasks should the group take as a first step. For this you can select from the following list different options or suggest your own. Give the reasoning for your choice.
a determine a leader
b build accommodation
c exploring the Island
d define rules for convivencia
e find other food resources
f distribute work
g split the island between all
h build a boat to leave the island
i be organized for fire making
j …..........
k................
l ….............
m................
n …................
your first task is to think/write individually
Handout 2
Now you have a job, you (within the next 10 minutes) on a common plan of action to some '. This should include five points. As the plan for all valid, you have to also available via the issue discuss ways in which you want to meet your decision (s) (voting procedure).

a) Collect therefore first arguments for and against the respective majority vote and then make up your mind for a variant. EXPERT BLUE

b) Second step: The group agrees on a voting procedure. ALL

c) Conclusion: The group agrees after this voting procedure on a 5-point action plan
your second task: agreements
Handout 3
Notes on the voting procedure
Unanimity (all agree):
Two-thirds (2/3 of the group members agree):
Absolute majority (a majority of the members of the group agrees) *:
Simple majority **:
- majorities
* Absolute majority: more than half agrees, ie more votes in favor than against and abstentions together.
Example 39 group members: 20 in favor, 9 against, 10 abstentions.
** Simple majority: more votes than no votes; Abstentions will not be counted.
Handout 4
EXPLORING THE DECISION MAKING PROCESS

1.
a) I feel involved in this decision …………………………. / * not involved …. because....
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b) I feel involved in this decision …………………………. / * not involved …. because....
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c) I feel involved in this decision …………………………. / * not involved …. because....
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d) I feel involved in this decision …………………………. / * not involved …. because....
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e) I feel involved in this decision …………………………. / * not involved …. because....
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2.
What impressions and feelings did you have during the game? Please check the appropriate box (You can choose multiple answers).

Good compromise ☐
Discussion(s) were too long ☐
Could not enforce my opinion ☐
I introduced myself well ☐
I am unhappy with the results ☐
No one was supporting my opinion /I was in the minority, some wanted power usurp ☐
I am happy with the result ☐
I could enforce my opinion ☐
My interests were not taken into account and the game was stressful ☐
Could not join in the discussion well ☐
I was bored ☐

everything can happen
virtual gallery of outcomes
debriefing
WALK THE LINE EVALUATION
Give the Feed back sheet and go from the class to cause an appropiate atmosphere for privacy
HAndout 7 NASA EXERCISE: Survival on the moon

TASK: Your task is to rank the items in order of importance for your crew in order to survive a 320 km trip on the moon. Place numbers 1-15 with 1 being the most important and 15 being the least important.



Your ranking Group’s Ranking

_______ Box of matches _______

_______ Food concentrate _______

_______ 1500m of nylon rope _______

_______ Parachute silk _______

_______ Portable heating unit _______

_______ Two .45 calibre pistols _______

_______ One case of dehydrated milk _______

_______ Two 450kg tanks of oxygen _______

_______ Stellar map _______

_______ Self-inflating life raft _______

_______ Magnetic compass _______

_______ 20 litters of water _______

_______ Signal flares _______

_______ First aid kit, including injection needle _______

_______ Solar-powered FM receiver-transmitter _______
Hand out 8 THINK PAIR SHARE

1. Think individually and answer the following questions:

How was the decision making process in the group?
What difficulties did you encounter?
Were some ideas not agreed by the whole group? Why?
What were the problems and conflicts that have arisen?


2. Pair with someone else from another group that had the same role as you.

How was the group work from your perspective?
Please fill out together the following evaluation form and tick where appropriate.
 
1. Agree/
2. Partly Agree/
3. Partly Disagree/
4. Disagree

The discussion was factual.
The discussion was constructive.
The discussion was chaotic and loud.
The discussion was degenerated into an argument.
The other members took my arguments seriously.
The discussion was tough and boring
others: …..........

3. Find another couple with different role in the group.
Answer together these questions:

Was there a group leader in your group?
Were all group members equal? Had all group members equal access to participate?
Did all group members speak?
Were there any personal conflicts between group members? If so, what aspects resolved these conflicts?
What went particularly well in your opinion?
What did your group make for a better decision-making process?
Others: …...............
Can this game be used in your context?

Was it useful in understanding decision making processes?
Would you say you can understand the difficulties of decision-making-processes now?
Have you seen during this course that every group has a power structure?
Could you put in practice strategies for convivencia in your group?
Were the others in your group also working in the same direction of you for prevention of conflict, discrimination and violence inside the group?
Was the atmosphere in the group work proclive to mutual understanding?
Have you negotiated meanings during your discussion?
Were your solutions involving all parties?
Were you aware of all of these things during your group work?
K_COOP_1 Understanding of the roles and functions of social and political actors
K_COOP_2 Understanding that every group has a power structure
K_COOP_3 Understanding of how cooperation can support the prevention of conflict
and discrimination and violence
K_HR_2 Understanding of social and economic and political processes, power relations and conflicts
A_SELF_5   Rediness to strive for mutual understanding and meaningful dialogue
S_COOP_3 Aptitude to evaluate situations and issues to look for solutions with all parties involved
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