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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 20 Tips for Trainers: problem hat

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 20 Tips for Trainers: problem hat Objectives 3. Give the group a few minutes to reflect on the problem. Then start with anyone, perhaps · yourself to set the example, and ask them to To give individuals the opportunity to read out the problem and to say briefly how discuss immediate problems, they suggest that the anonymous writer deal anonymously and constructively. with it. · To emphasise equality in power and authority within the group. 4. Continue around the circle, making sure that · To encourage participants to share everyone just listens and does not comment on problems and actively seek experiences the suggestions. and suggestions from each other. · To highlight that everyone has relevant experiences. Comments Materials This is a simple but powerful way to deal with immediate problems. It can be used when tensions are running high, to air the issues A hat, bowl or any container publicly. This created the opportunity for those Pen and paper who might be responsible for some problems to reflect on their behaviour and change. Time Depends on size of group (5 minutes to think Source: Adapted from Brandes, D. and Phillips, and write, 2 ...

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