Facilitators

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Guidelines and requirements for facilitators

The L4C project is fortunate to have access to skilled professionals and the goodwill of these WikiEducators from around the world, who take the initiative to organise and promote workshops.

The guidelines and requirements for facilitators are designed to reduce the workload in preparing and presenting workshops, but also to promote consistent quality of these workshop around the world.


In-country face-to-face workshops


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David Leeming has prepared a useful facilitator's guide based on his experiences in presenting a number of face-to-face L4C workshops. We recommend that you review these guidelines when preparing for a L4C workshop:

(Note: You are free to adapt and modify the approach to suite your personal style of teaching.)



Currently funding is available for a monthly online workshop and a restricted number of in-country face-to-face workshops, we encourage the community to help us secure further funding to extend L4C throughout the world!

Please consult the guidelines for face-to-face facilitators. These guidlines provide a step-by-step summary of the tasks and activities required as well as links to resources for executing a successful workshop.

In the spirit of the wiki model of transparency and collaboration we post all information on WikiEducator.

Online workshops