1 edition of Valuing Our Future (Discussion Paper) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||August 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Facilitators need to stay alert to these possibilities, and be prepared to deal with them. Specific guidelines if any for the assignment — see the writeups on individual lab studies• Describe materials separately only if the study is so complicated that it saves space this way.
We cannot open Valuing Our Future (Discussion Paper) gate of another, either by argument or by emotional appeal. By the way, your notebook should contain all of the information that you need for this section. In a minute or less a reader can learn the rationale behind the study, general approach to the problem, pertinent results, and important conclusions or new questions.
If you prefer, you may place your figures and tables appropriately within the text of your results section. Results, including specific data - if the results are quantitative in nature, report quantitative data; results of Valuing Our Future (Discussion Paper) statistical analysis shoud be reported• Provide a context, such as by describing the question that was addressed by making a particular observation.
Use past tense to describe specific results - for example, 'When weed killer was applied, the grass was brown'• Chapter 2: Facilitating Reflection - Facilitating Reflection: A Manual for Higher Education Return to Facilitating Reflection What is Facilitation? An abstract should stand on its own, and not refer to any other part of the paper such as a figure or table• Given the non-authoritative and flexible nature of facilitation, it is not unusual for situations to arise that can compromise the effectiveness of the reflection.
Facilitators should discourage participants from professing their opinions without considering and responding to others' comments. example: "Did you know that Ms. In addition, facilitators should not permit any disrespect or insults and should clarify misinformation. ask for specifics and examples• Make it clear that you want input from everyone: "Can I hear from someone that hasn't spoken yet?
Facilitators should be aware that some language and behavior has questionable, different or offensive meaning to some people, and they should encourage them to share their perspectives and information. Among the most useful strategies is to repeat the ground rules established by the group, including a reminder that criticism should pertain to ideas not to people.
Indent the first line of each paragraph•
Make this section a completely objective report of the results, and save all interpretation for the discussion.
Try to keep the first two items to no more than one sentence each.
from a participant evokes angry reaction or shocked silence from the group.