The workshop facilitator’s philosophy is to teach adult educators how to be intentional in creating and implementing proven methods and strategies. Therefore, you should expect learning that is participatory and “skills-based.” Real-life case studies, student voices, modeling, small group activities, and frank discussions are the norm. The workshop facilitator views the masterful delivery of content knowledge, particularly to struggling students, as an art form. It is about eye contact, precision with one’s language, and the ability to pick up on non-verbal cues. As such, each workshop becomes its own community of practice, embracing the gifts and wisdom of all.
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