ERIC Number: ED336632
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Educating for a Change. A Skillshop for Community Educators. Workshop Manual.
Doris Marshall Inst. for Education and Action, Toronto (Ontario).
This manual provides materials for a 5-day course in the development of design and facilitation skills for participants. The course is intended for community educators who work in the areas of immigrant settlement, cultural interpretation, or wife assault and have responsibilities for leading group discussions or running educational programs. Section 1 provides a broad overview of the course and its objectives. Section 2 details each day or stage of the course. For each stage, these components are provided: a restatement of the objectives and agenda for each session, brief description of the process, task sheets for activities used, detailed descriptions of some activities, and material produced by the participants. Session titles are as follows: What's It All About?; Surveying the Terrain; Ten Finger Typing: Activities and Tools; Designing an Activity and Workshop Model; On Stage: The Practice of Facilitation; and Covered Ground and Next Steps. The final section summarizes the methods of evaluation built into the course. (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Battered Women, Change Agents, Change Strategies, Community Education, Curriculum Development, Democracy, Democratic Values, Family Violence, Foreign Countries, Group Dynamics, Group Experience, Immigrants, Learning Activities, Material Development, Popular Education, Program Development, Social Change, Spouses, Staff Development, Teaching Methods, Workshops
Doris Marshall Institute, 818 College Street, #3, Toronto, Ontario M6G 1C8 ($10.00 plus 20% shipping and handling; in Canada add 7% sales tax).
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Sponsor: Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, Toronto.; Ontario Ministry of Skills Development, Toronto.
Authoring Institution: Doris Marshall Inst. for Education and Action, Toronto (Ontario).
Note: For related documents, see CE 059 120-123. Based on a course in facilitation and design for community educators working in immigrant services and resettlement programs (Orillia, Ontario, November 22-27, 1988).