Schlagwort-Archive: #mm

Auf online umstellen – ein Selbstversuch

Corona zwingt mich, ein bestehendes ganztägiges Präsenztraining „Train-the-Trainer“ auf online umzustellen. Der Untertitel „Vom passiv Zuhören zum aktiv Mitmachen“ ist Programm – auch im Online-Format. Meine Erfahrungen dabei – als eingefleischter Seminarraum-Trainer – in Tagebuchform.

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Antiracism: Reflect on your own position 

When dealing with racism, it is worth looking outside the box of discrimination and disadvantage, by looking at your own position and privilege.  

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Anti-Racism: Understanding Disadvantage

The Chocolate Game

** Goal: detect competitive behaviour; differences between equal rights and equal opportunities, develop strategies to achieve own and collective goals  ** Duration: 45 minutes  ** Required material: paper for cards for fields, a big room, dice, chocolate 
**Detailed instructions can be found here

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Food for Thought on the Theme of Gender

Partly provocative anecdotes, statements and theses should stimulate thinking and discussion. In contrast to “Impulses for getting started”, in this exercise, the themes are more complex and leave the development and range of the discussion relatively open. This requires more background knowledge and a greater willingness to get involved with the topic, both for course instructors and participants. 

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#mm: Group Geography – Methods for the Theme of Anti-Racism

  • Goal: Getting to know each other and a discussion about the normality of mobility and migration
  • Duration: 15-30 Minutes 
  • More information is available for download here (PDF, 51 KB)
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#mm: „Annoying Methods“ – Constellations

“Get up from your chair and stand next to the subject that applies best to you!” 

Illustration: Nicola Sekler

For years, methods from the family of constellations have been THE hits in adult education. In the meantime, participants sometimes roll their eyes full in an annoyed manner when they are announced. .

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#mm: „Annoying Methods“ – Introduction round

Foto: PL

Experienced seminar participants know the situation: you enter the seminar room, look for a seat, cast curious glances at the others present, participants and trainers… 

And then it starts: the inevitable round of introductions… In turn, everyone says what their names are, which union and which company they come from and what they expect from the seminar that is just beginning. Preprogrammed boredom… 

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Biography work – 5 Exercises on Gender

Biography work: deep analysis,
own experience, socialisation,
questioning stereotypes

Biography work is ideal for an in-depth analysis of the theme of gender. Make sure that the participants engage with the topic from their own experience.  

The following five exercises should support participants when dealing with their own biography and help them to critically reflect on gender roles, socialisation and language.  

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#mm: “Nervige Methoden” – Der Sesselkreis

Der Sesselkreis ist eigentlich ganz praktisch, weil er die direkte Kommunikation aller an einem Seminar Beteiligten erleichtert – jede*r kann jede*n jederzeit direkt ansehen. Dennoch gehört er inzwischen zu den Dingen, die Seminarteilnehmer*innen zunehmend nerven.

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