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Workshops are short, facilitated learning sessions which vary in length - anything from a couple of hours to two days. Workshops focus on specific requirements and outputs, either in terms of knowledge or skills required.

A workshop provides a way to create an intensive educational experience in a short amount of time, when the time for a more comprehensive effort may not be available. Participants may be working, they may be too far apart to gather together regularly, or may simply be unwilling to commit large amounts of time. A workshop can introduce a new concept, spurring participants to investigate it further on their own, or can demonstrate and encourage the practice of actual methods.

It’s a great way to teach hands-on skills because it offers participants a chance to try out new methods and fail in a safe situation. Failure is often the best teacher, and failure in this instance doesn’t carry a cost. At the same time, feedback, from both the presenter and peers in the group, helps a participant understand what they can do to avoid failure in a real situation.

A workshop is a useful platform for a person to pass on ideas and methods that they have developed or find important. Teaching a graduate course may not be possible, but they may be able to reach large numbers of people by conducting workshops in various situations.

Especially for people who work together, a workshop can help to create a sense of community or common purpose among its participants.


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