Facilitator Guide

The SKILLS21 Facilitator Guide is a resource to support the design, development, and delivery of SKILLS21 workshops


Brainstorm ideas and write learning outcomes

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Think about logistics, planning activities, and ideas to open or close your workshop

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Make workshop resources, engage participants, collaborate with a co-facilitator, or prepare for what might happen during a workshop

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Seek feedback from colleagues, co-facilitators, and/or participants


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Workshop Template

No matter where you are in the workshop creation process, we recommend downloading one of these workshop templates to organize your thoughts. Use it to write down activity ideas, plan your time, and record all the materials you need.

Keep in mind that you don’t need to fill it all out at once; you can add to it throughout the process and watch your ideas become a fully-formed workshop!


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