Accessibility of materials is essential for the facilitator to have an effective workshop. Organizing the materials to meet storage requirements for a wide variety of materials is an essential, challenging and on-going task. The following materials are all practical. Some supplies need to be purchased and others are available in the local environment.
Download: Planning a Workshop: Identify, Sort, and Store Equipment
There are three main steps when planning your workshop:
- recruit a team;
- agree on roles;
- and agree on responsibilities.
Download: Planning a Workshop: Making it Happen!
The Trainer Evaluation Form is completed by facilitators to evaluate the workshop for the project. The information provides an overview of facilitator and participant feedback. The information is forwarded to the Senior Education Advisor/Coordinator.
Download: Trainer Evaluation Forms
A. Training Report
Share information about the learning event. Send your Training Report to the Training Director or send an email
B. Case Study Format
A Case Study Format is a brief description of how the workshop was applied in your organization, cluster, school or classroom.
C. Article Format
An Article Format is a brief description of how the workshop was applied in your organization, cluster, school or classroom with an illustration or photo.
Download Workshop Forms: Sharing Lessons Learned Form
The Participant Evaluation Form is distributed after the workshop. The purpose of the Participant Evaluation Form is to gather feedback from the participants. Use this sample to inspire your own.
Download: Workshop Forms: Participant Evaluation Form
KWL – What I Know, What I Want to Know, What I Learned
The KWL Form is used for activating background knowledge, creating questions about a topic and recording new content knowledge. THE KWL Form guides participants through the three step process – a process they can add to their list of learning strategies.
Download Workshop Forms: KWL Form