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Non-Formal Education Tools and Methods Used in This Training Course

TOPIC

Getting to Know Each Other

-To help people learn each other’s names. -To encourage people to see each other as “people” not subjects -To allow everyone to see who is in the room and to put everyone on LEARNING OBJECTan equal basis IVES -To break ice and create a warm atmosphere -To create curiosity among the participants -To create space for everyone to say something about themselves GROUP SIZE

Around 20

DURATION

MATERIALS

No materials needed for this exercise

45 Minutes

The session started with the 1st round of introducing names. Participants were invited to say their names, the country they were from and the organization they were representing. STEP BY STEP IMPLEMENTATION

After the formal introduction of the group, an interactive name game were used in order to help the participants to learn and remember each other’s names in a fun and creative way. Each participant introduces themselves using their name and an adjective which has the same first letter. E.g “Nice Necmi”, “Ironic Ida”, “Naughty Nicola”.

-It can be difficult if there is no common language. -Might be expanded to let participants choose adjectives from their own languages, which other participants can then learn: this may inSUGGESTIONS FOR crease the sense of being accepted and welcomed. THE FACILITATOR To measure its effectiveness; another version can be done at end of session, when people name one another - to see whether people remember the names

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