Workshops will run for 90 minutes. They must be interactive, meaning workshop participants should be expected to actively contribute and have the opportunity to practice ideas or skills within the workshop, and didactic portions of the workshop should be limited and begin with a statement of specific learning objectives. Toward the end of each workshop, participants should be encouraged to tell the group the key point(s) they will take home for reflection and possible implementation.
Audio/Visual Equipment: A flipchart with markers, a computer and a projector will be available in each room.
PPT slides: Presenters may use their own slide design/template. Please plan to bring your presentation on a jump drive and arrive at the room scheduled for your presentation at least 10 minutes before the session is to begin to load your presentation on the computer.
Handouts: If you would like to provide handouts, it is estimated that you bring approximately 30 copies for your workshop.
Evaluations: If you are interested in having your workshop evaluated, please bring enough of your own evaluations and collect them at the end of your session.