Fishbowl is a method for sharing knowledge, made up of two parts. A question is asked to participants and they are divided into two groups, according to their answers of “Yes” or “No”. An equal number of participants is picked from each group and they are sat down at a table. The participants at the table discuss the question asked beforehand while the others listen to them but never talk meanwhile. Standing group members may sit down to join the conversation by touching the shoulder of a member from their group and switching places with them. The ones who stand up never talk. Discussions should be concluded without extending the time too much.