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John Rawl's principles of justice and the "veil of ignorance" is one of those teachable moments in the CIT course. Karolin did a wondeful job with this, as well as concluding the Skill with the Blind Man Poem with the metaphor of the elephant. She was open for comments and continued the safe space beautifully set by Carolein in the beginning with check-in and brief review of the 9 precedeing skills.
As above, using the PPT slides. Did a good job with explaining Rawl's theory of justice in light of the fact that they did not have time to do the actual breakout session on categories of people within the system the group would have selected during Skill 9. She did a great job with the slides on epistemic humility.
Exxplained and engaged participants as much as she could with the activities not actually doing them.
Maybe a little more explanation and the point of what the breakout activities involved, then going into the the content of Rawl's theory and noting second breakout session involves looking at the selected system and the selected category of people's perspectives of it. Not a real area needing improvement since I am sure Karolin would do all of this in a regular CIT course.
Disregard checked "Yes" below.....I could not uncheck it. I guess the Second level facilitator does not check this off until all the CEs and 960 minutes of "homework" is done. ??