Experiments in Modern Electronics by Leach-Brewer

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When you have come to a natural conclusion, review what you have drawn and see what it says about you. • Bubbles: Collect up a large mixing bowl or washing-up bowl, some washing-up liquid, a straw, some watercolour paint or food colouring and several sheets of plain paper. Fill the bowl with water, and add the washing-up liquid and colouring. Blow through the straw to froth it up and create lots of bubbles. Place a sheet of paper on top of the bubbles and see what patterns it makes. Afterwards, reflect upon what it felt like to play with water and bubbles.

Discussion and action plan The feedback from the supervisor or other group members naturally evolves into dialogue and discussion. By now the supervisees have Introducing Creative Supervision completely come out of their quiet, reflective or dreamy state, where they were accessing their intuitive knowledge. They become totally alert, and engage in critical thinking. In terms of the left- and rightbrain model, they have moved from right to left. The supervisees might want to discuss their process, but you should encourage them to focus on their learning rather than reiterating the original story.

Symbolically, bricks are to do with structure and the potential for building. When a few bricks are put together, they create a wall, a house or a plinth. Bricks can be used to symbolize a boundary or fence, or to separate or interconnect different areas. Using Toys and Bricks The placing of the bricks is an important part of the work. Their height in relation to each other and in relation to the animals and figurines can create and show different dynamics of a situation. Sometimes supervisees will choose to work only with animals and figurines, even though bricks have also been offered.

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