Learning styles and how people take in information Learning styles: How adults process information Practice, practice, practice
Rehearsing the facilitation session flow
Tools and techniques to avoid jitters
Successful facilitators understand that people learn and take in information in different ways: visually, auditorily, and kinesthetically. To accommodate the various needs of participants, facilitators need to consider how to help everyone in the group understand the issues or discussions clearly. For example, some participants absorb information easiest if they are provided with visuals such as an agenda, a list of issues, a matrix for making decisions, and so on. Other participants comprehend ...