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Q&A from MeetingWords

Advice of how we can get the best out of the group?
Do you know any roles to give some of our groupmembers, do divide more tasks?
What do you think is the ideal group size? —> for what?
Put them randomly together, or is it better to choose the group by themself?
 
1) Attend, act/take part, subgroups (assign roles/tasks)
Follow advice from video:
  • Even/uneven numbers - good for different activities
  • STARR
  • speaker-speaker-spectator model (for harvesting and sharing info)

2) Leader, editor, spokesperson, notetaker, researcher, envisioner, tech. steward

3) Four

  • possibility to sub-group
  • possibility to use speaker-speaker-spectator (for better feedback : switch 1 person or switch roles)

4) Random

  • Good : diversity/experience
  • Bad : never know, possible conflicts

Pick

  • Good : maybe work productive with certain people
  • Bad : maybe work less productive with certian people

Posted in Community, Group 8
This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Communities need us
Group 8 Blogs
  1. Communities need us redbyrdie.tumblr.com
  2. IhsanRadOne ihsanradone.tumblr.com
  3. MMartin mmmmarto.tumblr.com
  4. Only1Gideon danielmetz.tumblr.com
  5. TIANZIXUAN tianzixuan1117.tumblr.com
  6. Top of the World, Project Community stuff arcticafternoon.tumblr.com
  7. Yomna Farid yomnafarid.tumblr.com

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Conversations
  • Nancy White { I appreciate that you included client liaison - I think this is often forgotten. Good catch. What advice would you give next year's students please?... } – Dec 18, 5:53 AM
  • Nancy White { Fun visuals! And right to the point. I think you are practicing your design principles! 🙂 Thanks for being part of Project Community Nancy } – Dec 18, 5:52 AM
  • Nancy White { I loved this piece of advice "Nobody will spoon-feed you the content of the course, you have to make your own experiences but you get... } – Dec 18, 5:51 AM
  • Nancy White { I love that you used your own photo! But more important, I appreciate the clarity of your description of what you have learned. WONDERFUL! Thanks... } – Dec 18, 5:49 AM
  • Nancy White { OK, your tips are the most practical ones I've read so far. WONDERFUL. Thanks, Fer. Thanks for being part of Project Community Nancy } – Dec 18, 5:46 AM
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