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HOW TO
PREPARE, STRUCTURE AND CONDUCT
AN INFORMATION SESSION OR
ORIENTATION SEMINAR
ABOUT THE PARTY FOR RECRUITING
Miss Ap...
HOW TO PREPARE, STRUCTURE AND CONDUCT AN INFORMATION SESSION
OR ORIENTATION SEMINAR ABOUT THE PARTY FOR RECRUITING
REGULAR PARTY ACTIVITIES:
Recruitment, Membership Expansion;
and Internalization of Concepts and Practices
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
BEFORE CONDUCTING
AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT
SEMINAR
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
BEFORE CONDUCTING
AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT
SEMINAR
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
BEFORE CONDUCTING
AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT
SEMINAR
Practice of teaching and educating adults
Ch...
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
BEFORE CONDUCTING
AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT SEMINAR
SOURCE OF MOTIVATION FOR ADULT LEARNERS:
Soc...
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
BEFORE CONDUCTING
AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT
SEMINAR
LACK OF ADULT
LEARNING
MENTALITY
LACK OF
TRA...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
Participants will gain little benefit
from attending one or two sessions;...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
The use of interactive methods such
as role-plays, problem-solving
activi...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
Should involve and benefit the less powerful
groups.
Civic/political educ...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
Civic/political education can either tap into existing
channels for parti...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
Civic/political education based solely on abstract
notions, unrelated to ...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
Political Education programmes need to be run in a
democratic manner, to ...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
Participants will engage more fully if the topics
discussed are ones they...
BASIC FACTORS
FOR SUCCESSFUL
ORIENTATION/SEMINAR
As political education is generally concerned with increasing the
demand ...
FACILITATION SKILLS
1 Stand-setters for the discussion.
2 Make the workshop environment a priority.
3 Mindful of timing is...
METHODS AND FACILITATION
TECHNIQUES
WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP: Planning and Implementing Training Activities
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Presentation by Ms. April G. De La Cruz of the Centrist Democracy Political Institute at the Institute for Autonomy and Governance - Konrad Adenauer Stiftung training on political party building attended by senior leaders of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front | Intramuros, Manila | March 28-31, 2014

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  1. 1. HOW TO PREPARE, STRUCTURE AND CONDUCT AN INFORMATION SESSION OR ORIENTATION SEMINAR ABOUT THE PARTY FOR RECRUITING Miss April G. De la Cruz Education and Training Coordinator Centrist Democracy Political Institute (CDPI) april.delacruz@cdpi.asia www.cdpi.asia
  2. 2. HOW TO PREPARE, STRUCTURE AND CONDUCT AN INFORMATION SESSION OR ORIENTATION SEMINAR ABOUT THE PARTY FOR RECRUITING
  3. 3. REGULAR PARTY ACTIVITIES: Recruitment, Membership Expansion; and Internalization of Concepts and Practices
  4. 4. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE CONDUCTING AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT SEMINAR
  5. 5. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE CONDUCTING AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT SEMINAR
  6. 6. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE CONDUCTING AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT SEMINAR Practice of teaching and educating adults Characteristics of Adult Learners: -Autonomous and self directed -Accumulated a foundation of experiences and knowledge -Goal oriented -Relevancy oriented -Practical -Need to be shown respect (as others do) *Source: Malcolm Knowles (1970). The Modern Practices of Adult Education
  7. 7. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE CONDUCTING AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT SEMINAR SOURCE OF MOTIVATION FOR ADULT LEARNERS: Social Relationships: to make new friends, to meet a need for associations and friendships External Expectations: to comply with instructions from someone else; to fulfill the expectations or recommendations of someone with formal authority. Social Welfare: to improve ability to serve mankind, prepare for service to the community, and improve ability to participate in community work. Personal Advancement: to achieve higher status in a job, secure professional advancement, and stay abreast of competitors Escape/Stimulations: to relieve boredom, provide a break in the routine of home or work, and provide a contrast to other exacting details of life. Cognitive Interest: to learn for the sake of learning, seek knowledge for its own sake, and to satisfy an inquiring mind. Source: Stephen Lieb (1991): Principles of Adult Learning
  8. 8. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE CONDUCTING AN ORIENTATION/RECRUITMENT SEMINAR LACK OF ADULT LEARNING MENTALITY LACK OF TRAINING SKILLS, METHODS, AND MATERIALS
  9. 9. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR Participants will gain little benefit from attending one or two sessions; once a threshold of three sessions has been reached, the impacts will be significantly greater.
  10. 10. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR The use of interactive methods such as role-plays, problem-solving activities, and mock political or judicial activities is key to effective learning.
  11. 11. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR Should involve and benefit the less powerful groups. Civic/political education activities need to be carefully designed to match the needs and conditions facing such groups.
  12. 12. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR Civic/political education can either tap into existing channels for participation (e.g. by partnering with local political advocacy NGOs) or create their own channels (e.g. by setting up meetings between program participants and elected officials).
  13. 13. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR Civic/political education based solely on abstract notions, unrelated to the daily lives of the participants, will have little impact; successful programs weave lessons about democratic values and principles into the real-life issues and experiences of participants.
  14. 14. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR Political Education programmes need to be run in a democratic manner, to demonstrate the values being taught, such as participation, tolerance and respect.
  15. 15. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR Participants will engage more fully if the topics discussed are ones they feel strongly about, so it is useful to define and discuss a number of controversial issues where there is likely to be a range of opinions among participants.
  16. 16. BASIC FACTORS FOR SUCCESSFUL ORIENTATION/SEMINAR As political education is generally concerned with increasing the demand for good governance, consideration also needs to be given to strengthening the skills, knowledge and awareness of the supply side actors to respond to this demand. It is more effective is accompanied by capacity building efforts directed at civil servants, parliamentarians, etc.
  17. 17. FACILITATION SKILLS 1 Stand-setters for the discussion. 2 Make the workshop environment a priority. 3 Mindful of timing issues. 4 Responsible for articulating the purpose of the discussion and its significance to the group. 5 Make use of various techniques/tools to keep the discussion moving 6 Responsible for paying attention to group behaviors 7 Should be relaxed and have a sense of humor that makes sure discussions are enjoyable as well as educational.
  18. 18. METHODS AND FACILITATION TECHNIQUES
  19. 19. WORKSHOP
  20. 20. WORKSHOP: Planning and Implementing Training Activities
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