Graphic Facilitation as a tool of learning
to translate complex ideas into words and pictures which support the group productivity
1. Introduction with a doodle.
2. Warm up with a portrait drawing exercise.
3. Introduction of graphic facilitation (aims and ways of use)
4. Get to know the tools.
5. DRAW! Tricks and hints
6. Closing, reflection
A4 white papers 80 g 4 / participants (80 pieces)
20 pieces thin black marker
20 pieces thick black marker (Chisel)
20 pieces thick colourful marker
20 pieces of card board
1 masking tape
- some nice and some even nicer drawings of participants
- the awaken interest in visualization
- discoverd ability to draw / changing attitude /
One workshop can be enough to reach the mentioned outcomes, but usually practice is necessary afterwards.
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