Perhaps even more so than with regular presentations or lectures, the order in which you move through your workshop will have a major impact on its success. The main reason is that participants need not only to understand a particular topic but also to be able to apply it. As many skills rely on having acquired other skills, it is important to get the order right, as otherwise participants will not be able to complete some of your tasks. Some ground rules are to: move from simple to more complex tasks move from tasks that require the display of knowledge to those that require analysis (see the section on ‘Categorising and selecting activities’, p. 82) mix intensive with more ‘relaxed’ tasks mix individual, with pair and group work include enough breaks, especially between intensive activities.
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