Come to this KTE CoP Seminar where you will not only learn about The KT Game but get to try it out.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
Nexus Lounge (room 12-130)
252 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 1V6
Registration is closed.
Topic: The KT Game
When to Use It
The KT Game can be used as a teaching or planning tool. Knowledge translation (KT) planning should be a collaborative process. It can be complex and iterative and The KT Game is an engaging way to make it visual, tactile and fun!
How to Play It
Using The KT Game, players choose a scenario and then identify potential knowledge users and stakeholder groups. Using ‘audience’ and ‘KT strategy’ cards, players create a knowledge translation plan. Implementation and evaluation are also considered. The game can be played in order to develop KT planning skills or it can be used with a project team to begin the KT planning process.
What You’ll Get
The KT Game consists of 57 cards which include instructions, planning guides, KT Scenarios, and Audience and KT Strategy cards. For planning purposes, The KT Game can be used in conjunction with The KT Planning Template.
About the Presenter
Melanie Barwick, Hospital for Sick Children