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A Case StudyYouth on the table
Fishbowl
Presentation
Shreedeep Rayamajhi
ICT4D Consultant
Rayznews | Learn Internet Govern...
Introduction to Fishbowl
The “fishbowl” is a teaching strategy that
helps student’s practice being
contributors and listen...
Advantages of Fishbowl Discussion
• To address multiple number of people for group discussion
• To create dynamic group in...
First Stage
Fishbowl Case Study Discussion (problem session)
There are two circles.The inner circle is the discussion cir...
Second Stage
Collaborative Decision
With the list of issues and challenges coming down from the first stage, the
inner-ci...
Rules & Regulation of Fishbowl
There would be two circles in the fishbowl (inner –speaking , outer listening )
There wou...
Internet users in Asia Pacific
Key findings of the Survey
• Youth Gap –There is a difference of knowledge, capacity and awareness among youth of
develope...
Why do you think there is a limitation for youth involvement
in the IG process?
What are the Challenges forYouth
Leadership in Internet Governance process?
Thank you
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Case study fishbowl on youth on the table

  1. 1. A Case StudyYouth on the table Fishbowl Presentation Shreedeep Rayamajhi ICT4D Consultant Rayznews | Learn Internet Governance Location: Prime College Date: 5 January, 2018
  2. 2. Introduction to Fishbowl The “fishbowl” is a teaching strategy that helps student’s practice being contributors and listeners in a defined environment where they can speak and collaborate in a true multistakeholder way.
  3. 3. Advantages of Fishbowl Discussion • To address multiple number of people for group discussion • To create dynamic group involvement and active participation • To discuss controversial topics (less productive for heavily didactical content) • To observe, analyze and learn from another group’s thinking process (outer circle) • To make people understand and give importance for others ideas and perspectives • A dynamic alternative method for traditional debate and discussion process • To increase participation in the group
  4. 4. First Stage Fishbowl Case Study Discussion (problem session) There are two circles.The inner circle is the discussion circle and the outer circle is the listeners circle The Inner circle will contain 4 to 5 chairs or more where one or two chair will be empty as per the participants number At all times any participant from outer circle can occupy the empty chair and join the inner fishbowl.When this happens, an existing member of the inner fishbowl must voluntarily leave the fishbowl and free the inner circle chair Within the stipulated time they have to come up with the list of summary of challenges and issues There will be one person appointed to record the discussion All the participants have to follow the rules and have to be disciplined
  5. 5. Second Stage Collaborative Decision With the list of issues and challenges coming down from the first stage, the inner-circle will against starts the discussion but this time for solution Same rules apply, at all times any participant from outer circle can occupy the empty chair and join the inner circle fishbowl. When this happens, an existing member of the inner fishbowl must voluntarily leave the fishbowl and free the inner circle chair Within the stipulated time they have to come up with the list of decisions There will be one person appointed to record the discussion All the participants have to follow the rules and have to be disciplined
  6. 6. Rules & Regulation of Fishbowl There would be two circles in the fishbowl (inner –speaking , outer listening ) There would always be a chair empty in the inner first circle The first circle would be responsible for the discussion on the case study presentation A person would be appointed for recording the discussion and points The person from the outer circle feels one person is talking or speaking too much the outer circle person can tap and get the person’s place Please be very precise and to the point The second decision session will be based on the issues and problems of the first session
  7. 7. Internet users in Asia Pacific
  8. 8. Key findings of the Survey • Youth Gap –There is a difference of knowledge, capacity and awareness among youth of developed and developing nation | Research inYouth gaps and focused programs • Engagement – Engagement of youth fellows and their roles and responsibilities hugely affects the future | Grassroots engagement and initiatives • Fellowship- Fellowship needs to be widened with broader perspective of encompassing the unheard groups of youth and their interest | More fellowship needed • Coaching and Mentoring programs – Coaching and mentoring programs should be evaluated as per their efficiency and effectives in according to the adaptability and effectiveness | More focused coaching Programs needed • Next Generation Policy in Internet Organization |Youth intervention policy in internet organization • More Collaboration from all sides | Collaboration is the Key • Diversity | Diversity needs to be addressed
  9. 9. Why do you think there is a limitation for youth involvement in the IG process?
  10. 10. What are the Challenges forYouth Leadership in Internet Governance process?
  11. 11. Thank you

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