See, Hear, Feel
This tool is very useful as a means of collecting evidence on a given subject. This market place activity asks colleagues to make a subject visible by asking what do they hear, see and feel.
How to use
- collecting evidence
- collaborative learning
The See, Hear, Feel tool has multiple uses:
- to collect evidence to support verification or your evaluation self-study
- teacher or leadership development: what do you hear an effective leader say, see them do, how do they make people feel?
- collaborative discussion around making a school policy visible
- Place THREE flip charts around the room. Give each one of the following titles: What I See, What I Hear, What I Feel
- Introduce the topic you wish to discuss
- Provide all participants with colored post-it notes, a different color for SEE, HEAR, FEEL
- Ask them to write one word responses on the post-its
- Leader to act as facilitator in a plenary session to collate group learning: affirm the things going well, identify any gaps where evidence is not clear and work for further development.
Encourage participants to write down the actual words they would hear and not a sentence about the things they would hear.