A number of reasons have been put forward for choosing a workshop over a lecture or a series of readings as a form of professional development. The case for using workshops as a way of giving new knowledge skills and attitudes has been summarised by Richards and Farrell (2005) in relation to one group of professionals: language teachers. Since most of the points they make can apply to workshops in general, we now use their points as headings.
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