26th November 2018 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at Building a Workshop

This session was not filmed.

Workshops in their interactive nature are simply great at going beyond a usual talk, they are straight applicable. And in case you have given a few talks on a particular subject, developing a more practical approach in learning, a workshop for certain will be the next logical step.

In this session, lead by Michael R. Lorek, we will look into all the facets required to plan and build a workshop your audience simply will love. From identifying your audiences desired learning curves and outcomes, preparing lesson plans, we will also be looking into various teaching techniques, the necessity of handouts, and not to forget the art of attracting participants by finding the most catchy title and inviting synopsis for your workshop.

As this session also will have practical elements and exercises, it would be helpful if you already have an idea in mind on what to build your workshop on.

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Building a Workshop

Michael R. Lorek

With a background in engineering, information technology and design, Michael R. Lorek already began two decades ago lecturing on internet technologies in further education and consulting clients in web design. In 2012 Michael founded Online Design Ltd, the consultancy helping SMEs and startups developing their online strategy. Along his career he became most passionate about standardised technologies, efficient techniques and a healthy ethos for the web.

SkillsCast

This session was not filmed.

Workshops in their interactive nature are simply great at going beyond a usual talk, they are straight applicable. And in case you have given a few talks on a particular subject, developing a more practical approach in learning, a workshop for certain will be the next logical step.

In this session, lead by Michael R. Lorek, we will look into all the facets required to plan and build a workshop your audience simply will love. From identifying your audiences desired learning curves and outcomes, preparing lesson plans, we will also be looking into various teaching techniques, the necessity of handouts, and not to forget the art of attracting participants by finding the most catchy title and inviting synopsis for your workshop.

As this session also will have practical elements and exercises, it would be helpful if you already have an idea in mind on what to build your workshop on.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Building a Workshop

Michael R. Lorek

With a background in engineering, information technology and design, Michael R. Lorek already began two decades ago lecturing on internet technologies in further education and consulting clients in web design. In 2012 Michael founded Online Design Ltd, the consultancy helping SMEs and startups developing their online strategy. Along his career he became most passionate about standardised technologies, efficient techniques and a healthy ethos for the web.