Facilitation is a key part of creating engaging and interactive discussions around art and museum objects.
But developing the skills of a good facilitator is an art form in itself – it requires practice, patience and the best facilitators MAKE IT LOOK SO EASY.
Sometimes people wonder why I chose the word ‘facilitator’ – rather than guide, educator, teacher, docent, or interpreter – to describe people who lead participative, discussion-based experiences around art and objects.
It’s certainly not the easiest word to say, but it does sum up what we do. As a facilitator, you are guiding the process, creating participation and activating the learning and engagement.
In this week’s episode, I’m talking about facilitation – how can you develop the skills of a good facilitator (and make it look like you were born to do it), and what are the different roles you will be expected to play?
So, tune in to this week’s episode to find out how you can develop the skills of a good facilitator and make it look you were born to do it!
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