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Presentation for my EAHR 214 facilitation class at the University of Regina.

Presentation for my EAHR 214 facilitation class at the University of Regina.

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  • [twitter] I will be live-tweeting my Keynote presentation...sorry for the constant tweets. [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] If you are following me, could you pls tweet if you have facilitated and where you are from? Tks. [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter] Moving from leading and taking part in the conversation to facilitating conversation [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Social media is revolutionizing the way we communicate with each other. [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Social media is revolutionizing the way we communicate with each other. [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Social media is revolutionizing the way we communicate with each other. [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter] By definition, communication is sending and receiving messages [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Why not get rid of sending and receiving? Instead, let’s collaborate. [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Social media is revolutionizing the way we communicate with each other. [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Social media is revolutionizing the way we communicate with each other. [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] Why is it that we sometimes think that social media is a bad thing? [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter] Instant Feedback utility Poll Everywhere http://www.polleverywhere.com [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter] TwitterFall hashtag aggregator http://www.twitterfall.com [/twitter]\n
  • [twitter] All tweets that contain the hashtag #EAHR214 can be aggregated. [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter] GoogleDocs is a free online collaboration utility. http://docs.google.com [/twitter]\n
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  • [twitter] (LIVE) If you have a sec, please contribute to our Google Doc at http://bit.ly/EAHR214Online [/twitter]\n
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  • 1. Technology in Facilitation Brennen Schmidt EAHR 214 May 24, 2012
  • 2. Today’s Workshop• Introduction to learning• Interactive tools• Putting the ‘action’ in interaction
  • 3. Dialogue? Really!?
  • 4. Dialogue?
  • 5. Dialogue?
  • 6. Dialogue?
  • 7. Dialogue?
  • 8. Dialogue?
  • 9. What’s wrong?
  • 10. Send ReceiveCommunication
  • 11. Collaboration
  • 12. “There is a value issue, I argue, in the development of facilitators. Ifpeople do not value ‘participation’ then facilitation is not for them: ‘facilitation is a human rolecontributed by the facilitator as a real, responsive human being...”
  • 13. “no technique, procedure or methodology will be sufficient tosubstitute for genuine involvement of the facilitator with the people and subject at hand.’” (Hogan, 2009, p. 206)
  • 14. Why not?
  • 15. It’s time to be a partof the conversation...
  • 16. How?
  • 17. Interactive Tools
  • 18. Instant Feedback Poll Everywhere (www.polleverywhere.com)
  • 19. TwitterFall Twitter ‘Waterfall’(www.twitterfall.com)
  • 20. #EAHR214
  • 21. Why interactive?• Distance shouldn’t matter!• Some people don’t wish to share in ‘traditional’ ways• Sometimes being anonymous is a good thing
  • 22. GoogleDocsSpreadsheets and Documents (http://docs.google.com)
  • 23. Demo
  • 24. You try!
  • 25. bit.ly/EAHR214OnlinePlease navigate your browser to the above link
  • 26. Your Task (Step 1)Complete the following Google Doc (makesure to look where someone else is typing).Make sure to use the ‘comment’ function tokeep the dialogue going within the GoogleDoc.
  • 27. Your Task (Step 2)Organize into two columns when youshould, and when you should not useinteractive tools when facilitating.Put simply, what are some things that youshould consider when using tools like this?
  • 28. Please complete my evaluation form at http://bit.ly/bevaluation
  • 29. ConnectTwitter @brenzensLinkedIn Brennen SchmidtSkype BrenzensEmail brenzens@gmail.com
  • 30. References1. “One Way Sign” - http://www.flickr.com/photos/coreytempleton/4054331522/sizes/o/in/photostream/ 2. “String” - http://www.flickr.com/photos/48023467@N00/278058103/ 3. “Social Media” - http://www.flickr.com/photos/silvertje/3582297307/sizes/o/in/photostream/ 4. “Meeting” http://www.flickr.com/photos/umkclibraries/5598091840/sizes/l/in/photostream/ 5. “Board Room” http://www.flickr.com/photos/45825464@N03/4208731002/sizes/l/in/photostream/ 6. “Lecture Theatre” http://www.flickr.com/photos/barbourians/6082291735/sizes/l/in/photostream/ 7. “Lecture Theatre” http://www.flickr.com/photos/ubclibrary/2907308773/sizes/l/in/photostream/ 8. Hogan, C. (2009). Understanding Facilitation:Theory & Principles. London: Kogan Page Limited