- ll x 17 or A3 sheets of paper and Markers
Decide what 4 questions you are going to ask the participants to put in the quadrants.
1. Context: Let's put our collective heads together and share more ideas. This is a good way for bringing a workshop/training session to an end.
2. Each person divides a paper into 4 by folding. (forms can be created and printed)
3. Then they fill in the quadrants: example - one thing I learned, one thing I can offer others, one thing I still need, where I can be reached. (What you put in the quadrants is up to you the facilitator to designate.)
4. Then hang them on the wall and do a walkabout.
5. Anyone can write anything on them, ideas, comments, suggestions, email addresses, etc.
6. People then can take them home and read them.
Follow-Up Required: none
Usual or Expected Outcomes: closure to the meeting
Potential pitfalls: too little time to complete and people leave before adding to papers.
Source: Deb Calderon
Derived from: unknown
History of Development: unknown