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Creative Facilitation Techniques for Training by Julie Patrick

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CLASSROOM SETTING

 

The classroom setting involves one instructor and multiple participants. The learning may take place in a room such as a conference room, with tables for all participants, or it may be in an auditorium, with rows of seats for participants. You may have the opportunity to arrange the classroom in a setting that encourages interaction and promotes creativity, such as pods of tables, easily placing creative items such as colorful Post-It™ notes, markers, pipe cleaners, and Play-Doh™ for participants to access. In other cases, arranging tables in pods may not be possible or the training room may not have tables. Promote creativity by distributing handouts that have guided note-taking opportunities so that participants need ...

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