Underpinning all the preparation that goes into workshops are general principles of learning. Because this book concerns working with adults, we do not include the general literature on learning that includes children’s education. Instead we focus on the way adults learn and, flowing from that, the way people teach when their ‘audience’ is made up of adults. Of course, the word ‘audience’ is not well chosen when our topic is workshops. Even more than in regular classrooms, the emphasis when preparing workshops is to build on the way people learn. The ‘teaching’ is probably better referred to as ‘facilitating learning’.
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