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close this bookStep by Step Group Development - A Trainer's handbook (DES, 218 p.)
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View the documentForeword
close this folderPREFACE: LEARNING AND GROWING IN GROUPS
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close this folder1. I AM IMPORTANT - YOU ARE IMPORTANT - THE THEME IS IMPORTANT
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View the documentThe idea of Theme - Centered Interaction
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close this folder2. GROUP-WORK AS A TOOL FOR PEOPLE’S PARTICIPATION IN DEVELOPMENT
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View the documentPart One - Participatory Development - “Skill Set” for Group-workers and Trainers
close this folderExample: The Concept of Participatory Development
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View the document3. THE PROJECT-HOUSE
close this folderFOUNDATION: COMMUNICATION
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close this folder1. ADULT LEARNING
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close this folder2. WAYS, MEANS AND AIMS OF COMMUNICATION
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View the documentExercise 3: Exercises on Communication in Groups
close this folder3. LISTENING SKILLS
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close this folder4. FEEDBACK - LEARNING FROM EACH OTHER
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View the documentExercise 5: Drawing A “Tree of Life”
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close this folderFIRST FLOOR: GROUP-CENTERED SKILLS
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close this folder1. WHAT IS A GROUP?
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close this folder2. TRUST-BUILDING IN GROUPS
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View the documentExercise 10: “My Name”
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View the documentExercise 11/12: Fruits
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close this folder3. COMMUNICATION IN GROUPS
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close this folderPart One - Guidelines for Our Group-Communication
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View the documentExercise 13: Different Codes About Communication - “Killers”
close this folder4. ROLES IN GROUPS
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View the documentExercise 14: The Animal Code
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close this folder5. DEMOCRATIC AND ENABLING LEADERSHIP
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close this folderPart One - Animator/Facilitator/Coordinator - What to Be?
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View the documentExercise 15: Exercise on Leadership - Role Play on Different Leadership Styles
close this folderPart Two - Looking at My Motivation as a Trainer
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View the documentExercise 16: Working as a trainer can be compared to a rose-bush: - there are “flowers” and there are “thorns”
close this folder6. COOPERATION AND TEAMWORK
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close this folderPart One - Why Teamwork?
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View the documentExercise 17: Stranded in the Bush:
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close this folder7. CONFLICT-SOLVING STRATEGIES
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close this folderPart One - A Conflict in a Group
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View the documentExercise 18: Case Study on a Conflict
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close this folderSECOND FLOOR: ACTION-CENTERED SKILLS
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close this folder1. RESEARCH - WHAT DO WE NEED?
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close this folderPart One - Motivating People for a Topic by the Use of Their Experience
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View the documentExercise 19: Exercises on the Collection of Data
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View the documentExercise 20: Exercises for Presenting Information or Collected Data:
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View the documentExercise 22: Our Fears
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close this folder4. PARTICIPATORY MONITORING AND EVALUATION IN GROUPS
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close this folderAPPENDIX
close this folderGAMES
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View the documentA - Games for Introducing/Games with Names:
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View the documentLITERATURE