In this session Paul from XR provides a take on XRs approach alongside key questions and criticisms aimed at XR participants during the April rebellion. It is your chance to reflect on these and what the best responses are and to provide feedback to XR via a survey at the end.
You can either watch the feature presentation on key XR messaging and then complete the online form to feedback. If you want to run this as a full Thinking Box session you will find the program and all instructions to do so below.
Input video: Key XR messaging, questions and criticisms
Feedback here: bit.ly/xrquest
The programme can be seen below but we recommend downloading the following facilitator notes which will provide direct links for the videos along with supporting notes to help you host the session.
XR FDH September 2019 Conversation of the Month (click to open and then you can download it)
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS PDF
CoM Discussion questions (click to open and then you can download it) Alternative video versions can be found below if easier.
EQUIPMENT AND PREPARATION
To run this session with a group you just need to make sure the videos can be seen and heard by everyone. You could gather around a laptop but better to have either a TV screen or an LCD projector to show the videos on. Sound can be amplified via a TV connection or by connecting your laptop to speakers via a 3.5mm plug connector. Some digital radios can be used as amplifiers. You will also need a broadband connection.
An introductory short video (3 mins) (optional) An introduction to Thinking Box Process (2 mins) A feature discussion video (7 mins) Discussion questions for small group discussion Small group discussions (20 mins) Plenary discussion (20 mins) A final heart-warmer videos (3 min) (optional)
Introductory Short (optional)
Thinking Box: this is how a session works
Feature Presentation: Key XR messaging, questions and criticisms
Discussion questions Pause this video (twice) to display the discussion questions and survey instructions
Small group discussions: see facilitator notes Plenary discussions: see facilitator notes
Heart Warmer (optional)