This is an easy rule for participants to remember in large-group discussions.
To stop a small minority from monopolizing a large-group discussion
To create opportunities for multiple people to contribute
To socialize people into listening to several people before making a follow-up comment
How It Works
The facilitator opens a large-group discussion by proposing a ground rule to ensure that as many voices as possible are heard: once someone has contributed something to the discussion he or she should not contribute again until at least three other people have spoken.
This rule should not be in effect, however, if someone asks a speaker to clarify, explain, or expand on a contribution she or ...
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