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FRANKENSTEIN - Reflection on Learning

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To let the participants analyse their learning path on a daily basis every day of the project

Description of the tool

Participants will be divided into pairs, in order to daily analyse their learning process, focusing on :
a) new skills
b) new attitudes
c) new knowledge
they have gained during the previous day.
The pairs each morning shall receive two flipcharts, one each. On which they have to draw a body part .
Day 1 – Arms
Day 2 - Legs
Day 3 – Chest
Day 4 – Head
And write and draw on this body parts the learning outcomes , then the team shall keep these flipcharts until the final day. When on the final day the Competences will be introduced , participants will be given an extra flipchart which participants have to shape as a heart, where they have to write the learning outcomes of this training, and put together the person they have drawn in the previous day.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

Any group any size

and addresses

Personal Development, Evaluation, Youth Participation

Materials needed:

Flipchart papers, coloured markers.


30 minutes every morning of the Training Course/Seminar/Exchange

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Lorenzo Nava (on 26 November 2008)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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