The Design for Change methodology is broken into four steps: feel, imagine, do, and share and is based on the belief that the student should have more autonomy over the learning process and that, ultimately, it is up to them to enact social change.
The Ben Franklin Circle is small group dialogue model built around casual conversation and discussion, and intended to initiate community and individual improvement.

Method: PechaKucha

A presentation method where speakers are given 6 minutes and 40 seconds to present 20 Powerpoint slides. Owing to its format, the method is often known as 20x20 for its use of 20 slides, 20 seconds each.
A deliberative technique used to replicate the ‘natural’ thought process among participants when reflecting on and address an issue.

Method: Occupation

Occupation is a form of protesting. See more at (protest)
Note: the following article is a stub. Please help us complete it. Definition "Empathic listening (also called active listening or reflective listening) is a way of listening and responding to another person that improves mutual understanding and trust." Source: Richard Salem, "Empathetic Listening". Problems and Purpose History For a...
Note: the follow article is a stub. Please help us complete it. Definition "Nominal group technique (NGT) is a structured method for group brainstorming that encourages contributions from everyone." Source: American Society For Quality, "Nominal Group Technique". Problems and Purpose History A case study of this method's use in...

Method: Dotmocracy

The following information about the Dotmocracy method was originally published by Public Agenda in the blog post, " Helping Participants Make Group Decisions ", by Participedia co-investigators Matt Leighninger and Tina Nabatchi . Definition Dotmocracy, also known as dot-voting or idea rating, is a technique used to select among options...
Multi-criteria decision analysis is a rigorous decision-making method that can be used to analyse possible options for complex decisions. It enables decision-makers to evaluate options against an explicit set of criteria and avoids confusion by following a systematic, highly structured process. It has been used most extensively in democratic innovations...
Note: the following is a stub. Please help us complete it. Definition From "PRA is recognised as a robust [technique] for generating policy insights from case-study evidence. It is based on two essential principles – “learning together” and “triangulation”. Learning together refers to the approach of working in partnership...
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