The agendas included here have actually been used! Tried and tested, these agendas were developed for individual workshops. Use them as a starting off point to plan your own participatory workshop.
This kit is designed to be run over two six hour days. The main objective is to help people learn how to teach appmaking in participatory ways and train them on using open tools.
The Workshop in a Box is a collection of workshop resources designed to support the Greenpeace community in embodying the new story of Greenpeace and implementing the 7 Shifts in everything from communications to campaign planning.
Participants will brainstorm to identify problems and design opportunities based on real world circumstances while they learn about the basics of mobile devices and working openly.
This teaching kit is designed to guide you through an Appmaker session in which learners brainstorm an app, learn to use Appmaker and generate feedback based on incongruities between thought process, design, and implementation.
This Teaching Kit is designed to help learners create their own event agendas and document what they plan on doing with Teaching Kits, Activities and Open Educational Resources.
This Teaching Kit will help you develop your local network and plug into the global community of people working to #TeachTheWeb. This agenda will take approximately 5 hours and is centered on collaborative action planning.
This Teaching Kit is designed to get learners exploring the pedagogies and theoretical frameworks behind open learning in a 3 hour event.
This Teaching Kit is designed to establish trust in live events and demystify facilitation techniques. It can be used to prepare people to design their own participatory, learner-centric events.
These activities and resources will help girls think critically about gender and the tech industry while empowering them as webmakers.