Question: How do you use the fishbowl approach?

Fishbowl is a strategy for organizing medium- to large-group discussions. Students are separated into an inner and outer circle. In the inner circle or fishbowl, students have a discussion; students in the outer circle listen to the discussion and take notes.

What is the fish bowl approach?

An approach used to surface, elaborate, and critically consider the options and implications of boundary judgments, that is, the ways in which people/groups decide what is relevant to what is being evaluated.

How do you do a fishbowl discussion online?

Begin the Fishbowl discussion by calling attention to the performance of one group. In Zoom, hover your cursor over the students you would like to spotlight as Fish in the Fishbowl. Select the three dots in their window and select Spotlight for all. Do this for each student that will be fish in the Fishbowl.

What does living in a fish bowl mean?

A place, situation, or environment in which one has little or no privacy. A reference to the (typically) spherical bowls in which pet fish are often kept, which can be seen into from all sides. One of the prices of success for a pop star is having to live in a fishbowl under the scrutiny of the public eye.

How many people can be in a fishbowl?

Fishbowl is a fun team game for a larger group of people (ten to twenty). The object of the game is for team members to guess a word by using one of three ways – by giving a description, by acting out the word, or saying only a single describing word.

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