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All the ideas presented in this article are great. It enhanced other ways to consider in a group discussion. It’s not only about ways of learning but cognitive styles, asking questions, staying on course with a goal. I have 3 things to add: a) author should also take into consideration the amount of time allowed for such discussion. If the leader is adept at skills mentioned in conducting such discussions, then the goal can be accomplished within a reasonable amount of time; b) in the “yes, but..” issue, one can appreciate the value of an idea by repeating or praising the value of the idea. The “but” could come in the form of a question, esp. when dealing with a person with a fragile ego; 3) questions can be loaded such as with assumptions, etc. So questions can be reworded by the leader in a way that can be heard by the group. Thanks for the article. I learned a lot from it, Ellen Y. Gomez