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Water Evaluation

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to evaluate a meeting, an event, a workcamp, a training

Description of the tool

At the end of the event/training/meeting you have organized, select four/five aspects you would like to evaluate (i.e.: accommodation, food, free time, acquired skills, group dynamics). Write them down in pieces of paper and lay each ticket near an empty glass. Prepare a bucket or a big jug filled with water and give each participant an empty glass. Invite the first one to fill his/her glass and to share the quantity of water in the glasses according to his/her tastes/opinions (for exemple: if s/he thinks the group dynamics were poor, s/he can pour just a few drops, or even none, in the respective glass). After sharing the water, each participant is invited to comment the choices, if s/he wants. At the end it will be clear, by observing the quantity of water in the different glasses, wich aspect was strong or poor. If a glass got filled, you can add a second one.


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Tool overview

This tool is for

10-20 participants

and addresses

Voluntary Service

Materials needed:

glasses, jugs, water


according to participants (20 min.- 40 min)

Behind the tool

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The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Mauro Carta (on 23 July 2008)

and last modified

17 December 2008

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