Setting Priorities with a Group

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Participation in school design can generate a huge number of ideas. How would a group of users work out which ideas are most important to communicate to an architect or designer?

This short film details one approach facilitators can use to help a group of school users reach consensus. It describes a four-part process that allows a group to identify the important issues and use weighted voting to generate a list of its top priorities.

 

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