Use the resources in this section during the “idea” phase, when you are beginning to think about your workshop and the type of learning you would like participants to experience. This section is particularly useful if it’s your first time creating a workshop.

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Get started by writing out your thoughts using question prompts

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Determine what you want your participants to take away from your workshop

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Ensure your workshop is as inclusive and accessible as possible


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