Digital Activism Training of Trainers

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Digital Activism Training of Trainers

  1. 1. Training Digital ActivismMary Joyce | Oslo, Norway | October, 2011 Images: Ushahidi, Pro Publica Technorati, The Guardian
  2. 2. What Makes a Good Trainer?Skill Definition How?
  3. 3. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How?Knowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct trainingContent and Method • Know how to organize training
  4. 4. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How? • Google instructionsKnowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct training • Play around with tools • Ask colleaguesContent and Method • Know how to organize training • Use templates
  5. 5. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How? • Google instructionsKnowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct training • Play around with tools • Ask colleaguesContent and Method • Know how to organize training • Use templates Effective • Participants learn
  6. 6. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How? • Google instructionsKnowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct training • Play around with tools • Ask colleaguesContent and Method • Know how to organize training • Use templates • Think about training method as well Effective • Participants learn • as content Give participants an active role • Ask for evaluations and make changes
  7. 7. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How? • Google instructionsKnowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct training • Play around with tools • Ask colleaguesContent and Method • Know how to organize training • Use templates • Think about training method as well Effective • Participants learn • as content Give participants an active role • Ask for evaluations and make changes Fun • Participants enjoy training
  8. 8. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How? • Google instructionsKnowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct training • Play around with tools • Ask colleaguesContent and Method • Know how to organize training • Use templates • Think about training method as well Effective • Participants learn • as content Give participants an active role • Ask for evaluations and make changes • Interactivity • Variety Fun • Participants enjoy training • Games • Breaks
  9. 9. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How? • Google instructionsKnowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct training • Play around with tools • Ask colleaguesContent and Method • Know how to organize training • Use templates • Think about training method as well Effective • Participants learn • as content Give participants an active role • Ask for evaluations and make changes • Interactivity • Variety Fun • Participants enjoy training • Games • Breaks • Always improve your techniques Evolving • Always learn new digital activism trends
  10. 10. What Makes a Good Trainer? Skill Definition How? • Google instructionsKnowledgeable • Know DA strategies and tools • Know how to conduct training • Play around with tools • Ask colleaguesContent and Method • Know how to organize training • Use templates • Think about training method as well Effective • Participants learn • as content Give participants an active role • Ask for evaluations and make changes • Interactivity • Variety Fun • Participants enjoy training • Games • Breaks • Present new activities and new • Always improve your techniques explanations with each training Evolving • Always learn new digital activism trends • • Track trends through RSS feeds, blogs Attend trainings of other successful trainers
  11. 11. People Learn...•___% of what they HEAR• ___% of what they SEE & HEAR• ___% of what they WRITE• ___% of what they DO Source: Edgar Dale’s cone of experience
  12. 12. People Learn...• 20% of what they HEAR• 50% of what they SEE & HEAR• 70% of what they WRITE• 90% of what they DO Source: Edgar Dale’s cone of experience
  13. 13. Interactivity Options People Learn... Format Speakers Best For Group Size LectureHarvesting (partial p2p)Small Group (pure p2p) Partner (pure p2p) Source: Edgar Dale’s cone of experience
  14. 14. Interactivity Options People Learn... Format Speakers Best For Group Size Only You • Sharing info that only Lecture (no participant you know Full Group interaction)Harvesting (partial p2p)Small Group (pure p2p) Partner (pure p2p) Source: Edgar Dale’s cone of experience
  15. 15. Interactivity Options People Learn... Format Speakers Best For Group Size Only You • Sharing info that only Lecture (no participant you know Full Group interaction) • Getting participants toHarvesting Trainer and share their own knowledge with one Full Group (partial p2p) Participants anotherSmall Group (pure p2p) Partner (pure p2p)
  16. 16. Interactivity Options People Learn... Format Speakers Best For Group Size Only You • Sharing info that only Lecture (no participant you know Full Group interaction) • Getting participants toHarvesting Trainer and share their own knowledge with one Full Group (partial p2p) Participants anotherSmall Group Only • Practicing skills • Getting everyone to 3-5 People (pure p2p) Participants participate Partner (pure p2p)
  17. 17. Interactivity Options People Learn... Format Speakers Best For Group Size Only You • Sharing info that only Lecture (no participant you know Full Group interaction) • Getting participants toHarvesting Trainer and share their own knowledge with one Full Group (partial p2p) Participants anotherSmall Group Only • Practicing skills • Getting everyone to 3-5 People (pure p2p) Participants participate Partner Only • Practicing skills • Getting everyone to 2 People (pure p2p) Participants participate intensely
  18. 18. Interactivity Options: Which Would You Use Most? People Learn... Group Format Speakers Best For Rank Size Only You • Sharing info that Full Lecture (no participant only you know interaction) Group • Getting participantsHarvesting Trainer and to share their own Full knowledge with one (partial p2p) Participants another Group Small Only • Practicing skills 3-5 Group Participants • Getting everyone to participate People (pure p2p) • Practicing skills Partner Only • Getting everyone to 2 People (pure p2p) Participants participate intensely
  19. 19. Interactivity Options: Which Would You Use Most? People Learn... Group Format Speakers Best For Rank Size Only You • Sharing info that Full Lecture (no participant only you know 4 interaction) Group • Getting participantsHarvesting Trainer and to share their own Full 1 knowledge with one (partial p2p) Participants another Group Small Only • Practicing skills 3-5 Group • Getting everyone to 2 (pure p2p) Participants participate People • Practicing skills Partner Only • Getting everyone to 2 People 3 (pure p2p) Participants participate intensely
  20. 20. Agenda ExerciseHow would you designan exercise to practice creating agendas?
  21. 21. Agenda Exercise1. Assemble these strips into a strong agenda.2. Remember variety, practice, and breaks.3. Be able to explain your chosen order.4. It is okay to improve on the original! Source: steakpinball/Flickr

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