What are acting tools?

What are acting tools?

Assessing and acting on high ability children

In the coming months, more than 50 governments will work together with civil society organizations to set ambitious commitments that will result in improving the lives of their citizens through greater transparency, accountability and participation. Action plans are at the heart of OGP and ensuring that action plans are ambitious, effective and relevant to open government is one of the main objectives of the Support Unit. OGP is a platform that exists to enable and encourage government and civil society reformers to develop, implement and disseminate these actions. Here we present ten tools and resources available to support the OGP community in developing robust new action plans.

The most important resource for ensuring that ambitious commitments and robust action plans are developed is the experience and expertise of national civil society organizations. There are a number of models for developing a consultation process that go beyond the minimum requirements set by OGP and can help promote collaboration for the development of ambitious and robust commitments. Through the establishment of permanent dialogue forums and the organization of thematic workshops, civil society and government can collaborate and identify innovative solutions together. Please contact us if you have any questions about the consultation processes. We will be happy to assist you, see our information here.

Theatrical Techniques Workshop for Teachers

The method includes a series of resources and activities that enable groups of people anywhere to organize, build trust and collaboratively create solutions to problems affecting their community.

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These tools are organized into six areas: (1) clarify the challenge, (2) create the working group, (3) seek new understanding, (4) imagine more ideas, (5) do something real, (6) plan for action.

During the first phase the participants reach consensus on the problem and the objectives they want to achieve. These objectives may change during the learning process. In the second phase, the people who will form the working group are recruited. The third phase is characterized by the exploration of new perspectives to find unmet needs.

During the fourth phase the participants will create new solutions to the problems to be solved. The fifth phase is characterized by the experimentation of ideas with inspirational and evolutionary prototypes. Finally, in the sixth phase, concrete tasks will be generated so that participants can advance towards the objectives.

THE THEATER: Strategy or pedagogical tool?

Rodríguez Elsa Marcela, Taborda M. Alberto, Eula Mónica Lilián, Camisasso Mónica B., Maniaci Alejandro. STRATEGIC PLANNING: FUNDAMENTALS AND PERFORMANCE TOOLS. 2016. Córdoba, Argentina. Editorial Brujas. 200pp. ISBN: 978-987-591-732-3.

Strategic planning and management is the title of the second chapter. It proposes the construction of a strategic thinking for a planned action based on the perspective of complexity, considering strategic thinking as an expression of changes of meanings in its political and scientific dimensions. Conceptual notions are provided regarding planning approaches (traditional and strategic), strategic thinking, its dimensions and the construction of the strategic and strategies. The management styles of strategic planning are analyzed and the articulation that occurs at three levels is pointed out: technical instruments, predominant political styles and the levels of participation and organization of civil society, making it necessary to know which are the modalities of articulation that occur in practice among these three levels. The chapter ends with reflections on the contributions of strategic social planning to any social action, contributions that help to identify and analyze the social dynamics generated around the binomial need/subject, as an expression of the “social question”.

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Basic tools for acting – Nora Kaleka #theater

For the month of February TraSpunte Laboratorio Teatral will hold the virtual workshop “Perder el miedo. Acting tools for life”, dictated by Peruvian actor Emanuel Soriano through the Zoom platform.

“What I seek with this workshop is to see acting from another point of view, with a starting point so that participants have the opportunity to listen to their own voice, to turn around everything that losing fear implies in these times of pandemic,” Emanuel tells us. “What I propose is to bring out what we have inside through the text, to let out all this that we do not allow ourselves in our daily lives and starting by asking ourselves: what tools do I have to connect with my mind? how do I inhabit myself in solitude? how do I understand myself better? how do I live with myself?”.

Classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. with limited space and during the eight sessions the students will be fully advised by Soriano, with his television, theater and film experience.

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