Tell me about the othersMay 19, 2016
Map of expectationsMay 19, 2016
Map of participants
Put your city on the map and tell a few sentences about this place.
When to use it?
Beginning of the workshop
For groups from different regions/countries
To visual the groups diversity
To help the group to get to know each other
Stickers or anything else to pin the places on the map
Possible Variation: Paper, glue, scissors and old magazines and/or newspapers
Ask the group to take paper figures/stickers and put them/stick them on the map of a continent, country, region etc., showing where each person lives.
Sit down in a circle and allow each person to show on the map where they are from and to state a few information about the city or country they are from.
Ask the participants to create a poster using old magazines and newspapers that reflects what they like and do. Each participant can present his/her poster. Make sure to plan in additional time to create the posters and hand up the posters afterwards.
Collect expectations with a balloon, learn the participants to “give” and “take” during the workshop.
Tell about yourself in one sentence and remember all the names in the group.
Visualize the expectations and worries of participants on a map. Use the method also for evaluation and voting.