When designing a workshop, it is often helpful to use at least two or three different types of learning activities, which could meet the participants needs with various learning styles and, when presented together, provide a complete learning experience. Our new toolkit suggests applying four types of workshops that use different types of teaching and learning activities through experiential learning.
However, before designing a workshop; it is crucial to first identify the specific knowledge, skills, attitudes and competences, which a training organiser wants participants to acquire and how to provide ways for these to be practiced in "the real world" and in a useful way. An outline of targeted groups’ needs assessment can be found in Valorisation: dissemination & exploitation of results on page 4.
For most trainers, simple & adaptable activity; breaking participants into small groups and briefly answer questions on the current topic. Demonstrations, questionnaires & brief lectures are frequently used to encourage assimilation. Role plays are often used for application and experimenting. But how can we connect these learning styles?
Emotional Awareness: workshop Learning Activities, is a toolkit that focuses on relevant facets of emotions; an emphasis on emotional awareness aspects, for both young and adults learners emotional as well as personal development. Through experiential learning, the toolkit outlines types of workshop learning activities with different learning styles to provide a positive, complete learning experience.
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