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Ways of Working - Ways of working with groups - Chat rooms guidance Cat No. WOW3P15
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Chat rooms guidance

Ways of working with groups

This section includes guides to reflective group processes such as worship sharing, Appleseed, active learning, discussion groups, reflecting on a book, a Quaker Quest style session, a postcards activity, a 'gift squares' activity, chat rooms, the 'Boundaries Game', Appreciative Inquiry, thought showers and using a 'talking stick'.


Chat room conversations take place in groups of up to 15 people, with participants free to circulate around the rooms as they wish – the aim is to get people thinking and looking at another perspective on a topic or theme. Download guidance adapted from Journeys in the Spirit special issue ‘Connecting as a Community’ here. 

Ways of Working