Learn about building an agenda and a learning plan given the time allotted, once you start planning your workshop.
- No matter what type of workshop you're leading,…it's important that you're really clear…about the issue the workshop is attempting to solve.…Your level of clarity directly impacts the experience…of your participants.…Well-designed workshops have a clear set of outcomes,…often framed as learning objectives.…They should answer the question, at the end of the workshop,…what new knowledge and skills will the participants have?…This is essentially the finish line, the end point…the workshop will help the participants achieve.…Once you have the end point, you need the starting point,…which is what knowledge and skills…are participants walking in the door with?…The workshop should move the participants…from point A to point B…through a series of content presentations and activities.…
That's the basis of your learning plan,…which also becomes your agenda or time line.…As you build your learning plan and agenda,…here are some good things to remember.…First, figure out the right order of content.…In my experience, I found that there seems to be a right…
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- Facilitating adult learners
- Best practices in workshop design
- Understanding your participants
- Designing the right activities
- Preparing the logistics
- Facilitating the workshop
- Keeping things on track
- Increasing participation and collaboration
- Solving unexpected problems
- Dealing with challenging dynamics
- Creating closure