Continuums - classic, axis, cluster, card

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To encourage participants to express their opinions and explore different positions in a group process. This may also lead to people shifting their positions. Continuum tools can be particularly useful when supporting group decision making. This resource includes explanations about how to use four types of continuums. Classic, axis, clusters and card.


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Kotare is a social movement education centre in Aotearoa New Zealand. Our vision is of a future with economic, social and environmental justice in Aotearoa based on Te Tiriti o Waitangi. With that vision in mind, our purpose is to support community action for a more just world through participatory education and research.