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  • The Active Reviewing Cycle and articles about Active Reviewing
    you will find plenty of practical examples of how you can apply these theories in your work To find more articles and ideas use the Article Index the Archives Index for Active Reviewing Tips or the Search Page For some well researched background into the importance of exploring feelings and intuition in the learning cycle refer to one of these books by John Heron Founder of the Human Potential Research Project at the University of Surrey These links take you to the relevant pages at amazon co uk Feeling and Personhood Psychology in Another Key hbk ISBN 0 8039 8729 3 pbk The Complete Facilitator s Handbook pbk ISBN 0 7494 2972 0 hbk Daniel Golman s Emotional Intelligence and Howard Gardiner s Multiple Intelligence provide even more angles on the value of emotions in learning Frank Ashton s poem Factuality provides an alternative way of seeing the links between facts feelings and findings Ed Batista compares three experiential learning cycles including the one presented here Many theories and models of experiential learning emphasise learning at the expense of the experience The links above should challenge you to re evaluate the left right brain balance in your own approach to learning The methods described within this tutorial and throughout reviewing co uk will allow you to adopt a twin track approach in your reviewing resulting in motivated learners moving towards their goals combining depth with progression Other uses of the Active Reviewing Cycle Help desk staff responding to customer enquiries This application of the reviewing cycle is not an active one but it does follow the basic sequence Facts Feelings Findings Futures When a customer phones the help desk they are taken through the cycle with a series of questions to investigate the facts elicit feelings analyse the problem and

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/index.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Action Replay in the Active Reviewing Cycle
    REPLAY 1 FACTS EDITED HIGHLIGHTS FREEZE FRAME CUT BETWEEN SCENES RUNNING COMMENTARY 3 FINDINGS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS Ask each person in turn to direct replays of incidents they want to investigate or appreciate Encourage interviewing 2 FEELINGS ACTIVE REFRAMING Replay the event imitating a film or TV style to bring out different emotional perspectives Have you seen Whose Line is it Anyway Action Replay explained PICTURES SUCCESS ROUNDS STONES REPLAY MISSING

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/action-replay.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Facts in The Active Reviewing Cycle (2)
    short activity that has only just finished or if participants have been very observant it may seem like a waste of time simply to go over what happened If interest in communicating facts is low you may discover higher interest in asking people to communicate what is less well known how each other were feeling at key moments See the heart stage next PICTURES SUCCESS ROUNDS STONES REPLAY MISSING PERSON

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/facts-2.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Facts in The Active Reviewing Cycle
    diamond stage is typically a memory exercise where people recall the sequence of events or describe key moments or forgotten details Some people may see a different face of the diamond that others did not notice At this stage focus on different facts rather than different opinions The diamond stage is especially important if people were blindfolded unobservant or in different places during the event being reviewed But PICTURES SUCCESS

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/facts.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Your feedback about the Active Reviewing Cycle Tutorial
    expect to apply what you have learned How could this tutorial be better Your Feedback 1 FACTS How did you get here What expectations did you have 3 FINDINGS WHY was the experience new fun boring confusing enlightening disappointing stimulating challenging affirming What has motivated you to reach this point and go beyond it 2 FEELINGS Was the experience new fun boring confusing enlightening disappointing stimulating challenging affirming or what

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/feedback.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Feedback questions matched to the Active Reviewing Cycle
    methods from all stages Day 4 use feedback methods mainly from Stage 4 Futures and reviewing methods from all stages Day 5 use feedback methods from any stage but the optimum time for feedback has already passed that was on day 4 4 FUTURES Feedback in this zone can take many forms It is generally based on how people respond to your attempts to tell or show them what you intend to do in the future Receiving ideas suggestions and advice coulds and shoulds Listening to predictions from others about what you will do Predicting what you will do and listening to reactions Receiving feedback on your plans and expectations Negotiating suitable future action e g Contract Solo Receiving feedback during or after practice or rehearsal e g Future Walking or Role Play or Role Reversal Receiving advice in response to a specific question that you have asked e g Warm Seat 1 FACTS Feedback in this zone is fairly neutral and superficial like looking in the mirror or listening to an echo It is based on information that can be picked up by observation and does not include anything about motivations hearts or explanations spades Viewing a video or photographs Listening to an audiotape Listening to things you said being quoted by an observer Being told about things you may not have noticed at the time such as how others appeared to be responding to you or vice versa or how you overlooked something significant Being shown a log of how your time was spent Viewing a sociometric diagram that captures the patterns of communication in the group Watching an observer mimic or caricature you 3 FINDINGS Feedback in this zone can generate resistance because it involves being judged by others People are generally less resistant to positive feedback

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/feedback-methods.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Feedback Methods and the Active Reviewing Cycle
    mainly from Stage 4 Futures and reviewing methods from all stages Day 5 use feedback methods from any stage but the optimum time for feedback has already passed that was on day 4 1 FACTS Feedback in this zone is fairly neutral and superficial like looking in the mirror or listening to an echo It is based on information that can be picked up by observation and does not include anything about motivations hearts or explanations spades Viewing a video or photographs Listening to an audiotape Listening to things you said being quoted by an observer Being told about things you may not have noticed at the time such as how others appeared to be responding to you or vice versa or how you overlooked something significant Being shown a log of how your time was spent Viewing a sociometric diagram that captures the patterns of communication in the group Watching an observer mimic or caricature you 2 FEELINGS Feedback in this zone involves revealing something about what is going on under the surface It does not involve judgements such as I feel that Informing others about emotions that resulted from something they said or did using words pictures metaphors or mime Guessing the nature and strength of emotions of others at particular points during the exercise being reviewed using empathy exercises and Learning about how well you have guessed what it is like to be in the shoes of others by receiving feedback on your guessing 3 FINDINGS Feedback in this zone can generate resistance because it involves being judged by others People are generally less resistant to positive feedback and are more likely to listen accept and use feedback if they have specifically asked for it Receiving positive feedback e g Bingo Receiving mixed but mainly positive feedback

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/feedback-methods2.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Feelings in the Active Reviewing Cycle (2)
    in which people will want to and be able to share their experiences Here is a golden opportunity to develop communication skills by experimenting with a range of active and creative reviewing methods It generally pays to start a review in diamonds or hearts but there will be times when you and learners are impatient to get the spades out and start digging PICTURES SUCCESS ROUNDS STONES REPLAY MISSING PERSON

    Original URL path: http://www.reviewing.co.uk/learning-cycle/feelings-2.htm (2016-02-10)
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