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Meeting Design

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  • Build on stakeholders’ (meeting participants’) existing knowledge and experience baseLearner-centered suggests that your choice of language levels and terminology should match that of the meeting participants, as should your rate of delivery … in a sense you might seriously consider ‘catering’ to those in attendance in your design and delivery … You may remember the old expression … it’s not what you say, but how you say it.
  • An internal function … “tiger” teams created to do this from among selected staff members ….
  • An internal function … “tiger” teams created to do this from among selected staff members ….
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    • 1. Meeting Design
      (or how to plan and conduct your meetings)
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    • 2. Meeting Design
      Know your Content
      Know Your Self (top-down … details first … situational ????)
      Identify and know your Stakeholders
      Develop an agenda and distribute prior to the meeting (No Surprises!!!)
      Develop a process plan to get through the agenda
      Have an official record keeper and promptly distribute meeting notes
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    • 3. What is Meeting Design?
      • Based on backwards design process of Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe
      • 4. Constructive learning theory – build on existing knowledge and experience base
      • 5. Learner-Centered
      • 6. An iterative process
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    • 7. Ron Senne & Associates
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      Meeting Design - A Sample Design – Mission Statement
      Back
    • 8. Ron Senne & Associates
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      Meeting Design - A Sample Design – Assessing Programs
      Back to Planning
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      Meeting Design - A Sample Design – Vision Statement Development
      Back
    • 10. Meeting Design – Establishing a Vision Statement
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    • 11. Meeting Design – Sample Timeline
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    • 12. Process Planning Design – Sample Budget
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    • 13. Process Planning Design –
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      To Planning