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Title: Dialogue 101


1
Dialogue 101
  • Facilitator
  • Katharine Wismer

2
Purpose
  • Recognize opportunities to use dialogue.

3
Housekeeping
  • Close other computer programs
  • Ask questions either using Chat to facilitator or
    verbally
  • Interact throughout the session with
  • Chat
  • Polling
  • Annotation

4
Learning Goals
  • Recognize elements of dialogue
  • Discuss differences between dialogue discussion
  • Identify situations when dialogue would be useful

5
Why Dialogue?
6
Change Quote
  • Small groups of thoughtful, concerned citizens
    can change the world. Indeed, it is the only
    thing that ever has.
  • Margaret Mead

7
Is this Dialogue?
8
Dialogue vs. Discussion
  • Dialogue (inquiry) Purpose is to go beyond any
    ones understanding. Groups explore difficult
    issues from many points of view.
  • Discussion (advocacy) Winning is important
    Your view prevailing is the goal.

9
Dialogue Yes or No
  • Polling Are the following conversations
    examples of dialogue?

10
Characteristics of Dialogue
11
Constructive Dialogue
  • Dialogue offers participants the opportunity to
  • Listen be listened to
  • Speak be spoken to respectfully
  • Develop deepen mutual understanding
  • Learn about perspectives of others and reflect on
    ones own views

12
Elements of ..
Dialogue Discussion

13
Conversation Café
  • Assemble
  • Agreements Process
  • Round 1
  • Round 2
  • Dialogue
  • Final Round

14
Situations to use Dialogue
  • Identify situations when dialogue would be useful

15
Your Learning Today
16
Dialogue Resources
  • Public Conversations Project www.publicconversatio
    ns.org
  • Fifth Discipline Field Book www.fieldbook.com
  • Conversation Café www.conversationcafe.org
  • World Café www.theworldcafe.com
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