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Graphic Facilitation as a tool of learning

Type of tool: 
Activity
Duration: 
60-90 min
Topics addressed: 
Peer Education
Coaching
Graphic facilitation is the practice of using words and images to create a conceptual map of a conversation therefore it can be a valuable tool at non-formal learning enviroments.
Aim: 

to translate complex ideas into words and pictures which support the group productivity

Methodology: 

visualization

Step by step process: 

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

Materials and resources: 

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
4 scissors
1 masking tape
flipchart paper

Outcomes: 

- some nice and some even nicer drawings of participants
- the awaken interest in visualization
- discoverd ability to draw / changing attitude /

Evaluation: 

One workshop can be enough to reach the mentioned outcomes, but usually practice is necessary afterwards.

Rating: 
5
Average: 5 (2 votes)

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