A tool selected to be presented for a workshop in the program of the Tool Fair XIV can vary in terms of duration from 1h30 and 2h30. The aim of it is to run an active learning session for other colleagues, that can in this way express ideas, suggestions for ameliorating the presented tool and to reflect together on its possible adaptability and transferability in other contexts or with other target groups. In terms of time management, we have suggested the presenters to consider the following structure:
Tool in action
Reflection on the Tool
Right after the end of each workshop, participants will have the possibility to give a feedback through the website dedicated to the Tool Fair XIV. the presenter will automatically and immediately receive the feedback on his/her email and in copy his/her tool coach.
These contributions might be useful, together with Tool Coaches conversation, for and auto-evaluation that we will ask, as a team, the presenter to do through another online service of the website, accessible through a button that will be showed on the homepage when logged in. We will kindly ask all the presenters to not leave the Tool Fair XIV, without doing it, being a fundamental contribution of the general evaluation of the event that the team will have at the end of the fair while the participants are leaving.
Below an example of the evaluation system used for the last edition. Workshops will change of course and possibly also the feedback questions, but the system will stay the same.
If you have presented a workshop or a tool to explore, follow the links below to access the feedback your participants will have sent you. You will be receiving email warnings to inform you of any new feedback and at the page linked in this list you will always find the updated complete list of feedback. Each presenter will be able to access ONLY the page concerning their workshop for obvious reasons of privacy. The other person authorized to access the page will be their Tool Coach, in order to be able to continue the collaboration between Tool Coaches and Presenters.
- The Big Brain Box: Memory Maze edition
- Mirror - Solution Focused Positive Feedback Cards
- Digital storytelling
- How to talk to young people about sexual violence and grooming
- Nature and emotional intelligence
- Street Caravan: Youth, resilience and non-formal education
- Sounds of Silence
- School Council
- YouTrain - fresh videos for non-formal education
- Recycled music making
- EUtopia Discovery Lab
- Zoom into communication
- Touch and Learn Sensory Organs with Makey Makey
- FullFeel My Needs - a card game to practice the vocabulary of feelings and needs for Nonviolent Communication
- System Thinking
- EuroSzanse (EuroOpportunities)
- Facilitating sport and peace session using sport-based games
Tools To Explore