This method helps ensure the experiences of people who have engaged in your project are counted and considered. It also creates a space to question whether the project will have the desired social change impact.
It can be a fun and engaging method, and you don’t have to use numbers, or the words ‘YES’ and ‘NO’ as responses to questions. By making the process engaging for the participant you are prioritizing keeping them at the centre of your data gathering process.
When is this method useful?
- If your initiative aims to build capacities.
- If your initiative focuses on supporting the participation and inclusion of diﬀerent groups.
- If there are no risks associated with contributors oﬀering feedback about their experiences.
How do I use this method?
The worksheet below oﬀers tips and examples that will help you use this method.