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Onion evaluation

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to evaluate in visual but written form the training/ seminar;

* this method might be used not only for evaluation but also to i.e. realize the level of participants' knowledge on specific theme or for other reasons.

Description of the tool

write a title/question on top of the flip chart and draw several centric circles. Ask participants to mark their answers. The closest the center of circle, the best it means.
If needed participants next to the anonymous point of their stand might write on a side some text comments.
Depending on what kind of questions are being asked but it might be good if for the time of marking own answers, the team leaves the room, so it will be more anonymous for participants in the eyes of the team. Especially if there's a question evaluating the trainers' team/work.

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Tool overview

This tool is for

group size does not matter. It may just influence the time needed for this exercise.

and addresses

Group Dynamics, Project Management, Networking and Follow-up, Intercultural Learning, Personal Development, Organisational Management, European Citizenship, Peer education, Eastern Europe and Caucasus

Materials needed:

flipcharts and markers


depending on how big the group is and how many questions you want to ask = how many flipcharts = how many issues to be reflected by participants

Behind the tool

The tool was created by


(If you can claim authorship of this tool, please contact !)

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Julia Maria Koszewska (on 5 November 2007)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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