- Role playing makes light of learning
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- Laurie Childers
- Role-playing is a very useful technique for learning how to work with people in specific situations, based on improvisational theatre. It encourages clarity of speech and prepares the trainees for using their knowledge in the context of their new job. The "Theatre" holds trainees' attention longer than classroom lectures can, and encourages full participation. Often spiced with humour, these active sessions enliven the training schedule and result in more complete retainment of information as well as deeper understanding of the subject matter. This article presents some basic guidelines and examples of role-playing that can be applied to training sessions for stove field workers and other trainers...
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- A practitioner's journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction.
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