Category Archives: How-To

Unconference Methods: Community Mapping

I recently did this exercise with the Identity Community to reflect on where we have come from. Someone called it a 1980’s wiki. Using large paper and a wall a map of the community can be made. It could document … Continue reading

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Unconference Methods: A Strong Wind Blows

A Strong Wind Blows is a fun group introduction method that I learned from attending Penguin Day lead by Allen Gunn director of Aspiration. It is play with a group of between 20 and 100. The whole point is to … Continue reading

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Unconference Methods: Spectrogram

The Spectorgram is fun opinion surfacing method that I learned from attending Penguin Day lead by Allen Gunn director of Aspiration. The spectrogram is a way to surface opinions in a group and spark dialogue on critical issues. The goal … Continue reading

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Unconference Methods: Fish Bowl Dialogue

The Fish Bowl is a way to support dialogue in a community about critical issues. It is called a fish bowl because a center circle of people have a conversation and those sitting around them watch. The form looks like … Continue reading

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