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close this bookCreative Training - A User's Guide (IIRR, 1998)
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Basic facilitation skills

Training needs assessment

WII-FM (What's in it for me)

Evaluation techniques


Forming groups

Creative congratulations


Mood setting exercises


Mind mapping

Creative use of overhead projectors

Slide/photo presentations

Visual spicers

Posters as problem-posing materials

Drawing and chalk talk

Comic love

Self-expression through pictures

Body language

Visual gestural communication

Shadow plays

Easy puppets

Basic theater skills

Role play

Animated comics role play activity

Folkstorytelling: Stories come alive!

Oral testimonies




Making and using case studies

Action research

Field trips

Physical activities as educational tools



Palawan Provincial Hospital, Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Alay sa Kalusugan ng Palawan (ALAYKA) is a government-funded community-based health program operating throughout Palawan. Creative training techniques are used both for community education and staff development.


Malaybalay, Bukidnon · Tel. no. (088) 813 8717 · Fax no. (088) 841 2237 · Email

Bukidnon State College (BSC) is a chartered government institution offering teacher education, liberal arts and information technology courses. It was founded in 1924 and is located in the capital town of Malaybalay, Bukidnon.


Foundation for Huwomanity Centred Development (FHCD), 14 Quimson Subdivision, Baguio City 2600 · Tel. no. 074 443 8378

FHCD supports socio-economic projects in the Cordillera mountains and La Union.

Mila Anguluan

UP Diliman, Ipil Residence Hall, Diliman, Quezon City · Tel. no. 920 5301 - 99

Ms. Mila Anguluan is a member of the National Storytelling Association, Tennessee, U. S. A.

Lingkod Banahaw

Candelaria Municipal Building, Candelaria, Quezon 4323 · Tel. no. 072 7411121

Lingkod Banahaw is a community-based service for Deaf and other disadvantaged people in Quezon province.


#3 Road 1 Barangay, Bagong Pag-asa, Project 6, Quezon City · Tel. no. 453-0057/58 · Fax no. 453-0057 · Email

Popular Education for People's Empowerment (PEPE) is a non-government organization that aims to enrich the practice of popular education in ways that promote creative and democratic participation in the movement towards popular empowerment.


Catbalogan, Samar · Tel. no. 756 0185

Tandaya Foundation, Inc. (TFI) is a non-government organization (NGO) in Samar, Philippines, where it chairs the NGO executive committee. It is active in a wide range of trainings including strategic development planning and team-building. It does community organizing in six municipalities as well as research into environmental, health and gender issues.


251-F, Tandang Sora, Quezon City · Tel. no. 929-1771

Teatro Silencio Pilipinas is a Deaf dance theater company.


Catbalogan, Samar · Tel. no. 756-0571,756 0179

Western Samar Agricultural Resource Development Programme (WESAMAR) is a special five-year project of the Department of Agriculture, funded by the European Union. It gives help to organized communities in 14 towns, to manage their resources in a sustainable manner. Environmental education is a key component of the programme. Creative methods of training are used to bring about real change in environmental behavior.