All Blog Posts Tagged 'facilitation' (2)

Coderetreat: A first-time facilitator's view

Note: This was cross-posted from Coderetreat: A first-time facilitator's view

On Saturday, I helped facilitate the Global Day of Coderetreat 2011 in Pittsburgh. Over 2000 people attended in 90 cities on 6 continents. There were more coderetreat events on this single day than in the combined 3-year history of…

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Added by Andrew Cox on December 6, 2011 at 3:18am — No Comments

On the role of the coderetreat facilitator

Coderetreat is a dynamic day with the specifics molded to the individual participants. There is a strong emphasis on self-discovery. The intense pair-swapping allows ideas to rapidly disseminate through the group. The frequent session reflections help with more complete internalization of lessons. Starting over allows experimentation without the baggage of previous experiments. To ensure the objectives of the coderetreat are met and that the participants get the maximum value out of the…

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Added by corey haines on December 2, 2011 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

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