First, we engaged the group in a cardstorming activity in which we asked participants to share good and bad experiences with public engagement. Then we presented four key concepts of public engagement, including how overcome cognitive bias, manage outrage, and focus on values-based dialogue.
- It works for people who may not feel comfortable asking a question in a large group setting;
- It lets us see the full scope of questions that exist in a group, as opposed to just two or three we may have time to hear and answer;
- It limits non-question questions and grandstanding;
- It can be fun and funny. You can see from the questions below, people got playful with it.