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Develop Their Ideas

Flip ChartThe ever-popular flip chart is simply a large pad of white newsprint paper, which is the inexpensive paper used for newspapers, hung on a display stand and used in conjunction with flip chart markers or less often with paint. At conferences, seminars, or group meetings these markers may be used to record group conclusions or to register ideas on a subject or record answers to a conference questions. This visual representation of the views of those in the group helps everyone to develop their own ideas or solutions to a problem or a particular situation.

Check Markers

Flipchart MarkersBefore the meeting starts, however, check the marker pens, that they are still in good shape and not dried up. These are the plastic pens containing their own ink source with a felt tip to draw the letters. Don't assume that someone else has done this as markers always seem to have dried out when you need them most! A useful development of the flip chart type of approach was introduced some years ago. It is called the sketch board technique.

"Flip Chart Markers"
by Ron Meacock © 1982-2019

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