This activity is for approximately 10-20 people.
A time of collective restitution is planned.
Each team presents its methodology for explaining the facts/ ideas.
1.One of the most useful tools for conceptual exploration is the problematic or borderline case. If we wish to think about what makes something fair, for example, it can be very helpful to consider cases that are neither fair nor clearly unfair. Before introducing the case to the participants, the educator hands out the cards and the participants categorize the following concepts in accordance with their being alive or not.
The participants can be given a few minutes to discuss and explain the reasons why they categorized concepts.
This activity can be considered as an intergenerational activity and is suitable for mixed different age groups, regarding the skills of conveying and exchanging information and collaborating with others in teams and networks. Different perspectives can be considered in line with participants’ experiences.