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This is a sample workhshop template. Something that might be useful to someone offering a workshop for the first time.
 
This is a sample workhshop template. Something that might be useful to someone offering a workshop for the first time.
  
==Workshop Title==
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Start the Press!
  
 
==Objective==
 
==Objective==
  
''A short description of what will be covered during the workshop.''
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非常适合企业产品研发或是学校教学研究使用,让使用者可以快快乐乐的学习Linux与Android嵌入式系统开发。
  
 
==Goals==
 
==Goals==
  
''What are the specific learning goals for the workshop. What do we expect participants to leave with.''
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''Participants will be receiving a broad knowledge of key factors in the teaching of writing with an understanding that writing is essential to thinking. Practical tools to improve writing will be shared.
  
* Goal #1
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* Goal #2
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* Goal #3
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==Materials / Preparation==
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==Prerequisites==
  
''Items that need to be prepared in advance. Logistical details to make sure are prepared/''
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pen
  
* Item #1
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* Item #2
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* Item #3
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==Notes for presenter==
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==Notes for Presenter==
  
 
''Use this space to insert any special notes that the workshop presenter might find useful.''
 
''Use this space to insert any special notes that the workshop presenter might find useful.''
  
==Workshop Outline==
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==Short Outline==
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* (30 min) Welcome & Introductions by the School Leadership Center CEO, Brian Riedlinger
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* (45-60min )  Foundation and tools to improve students' writing  abilities.
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Break
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* (20 min at each table, participants  move to three tables )  Conversation with veteran writing teachers.  Participants will be divided among 6 tables in which a veteran writing teacher will lead a discussion on an aspect of the writingh process ( content, structure , stance, sentence fluency , diction, conventions and holistic assessment,use of rubrick)
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* Wrap up and Evaulation - (20 minutes) participants discuss salient points from conversation
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* Group Assignment for next workshop
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        ( Try several of the strategies presented and bring copies of student work,
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both meeting standars and nor meeting standards.
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==Detailed Outline==
  
''Example: Blogging (Note: This outline is a sample and is not meant to reflect our current blogging workshop)''
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''Example: Blogging (Same as above - but fill in details/links)''
  
 
* (10 min) Welcome & Introductions
 
* (10 min) Welcome & Introductions
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** Ask participants to introduce themselves and say something about their experience with or interest in the workshop topic.
 
** Ask participants to introduce themselves and say something about their experience with or interest in the workshop topic.
 
* (15 min) What is a blog  
 
* (15 min) What is a blog  
** Provide Definition
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** ''Insert definition of blog.'' A blog is like an online journal or workshop where an individual or group of people can easily publish thoughts or news about a topic of interest to them.
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*** [http://www.economist.com/surveys/displaystory.cfm?story_id=6794172 What is a blog?]
 
** Provide Examples
 
** Provide Examples
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**# [http://gfcdc.blogspot.com/ Greater Frogtown News]
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**# [[Minnesota citizen media]] by E-Democracy.org
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**# [http://blogs.twincities.com/city_hall_scoop City Hall Scoop]
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**# [http://northeastbeat.com Northeast Beat]
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**# [http://centrisity.blogspot.com Centrisity]
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**# [http://www.stpaulrealestateblog.com/ St. Paul Real Estate Blog]
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**# [http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/blog/new-minnesotans New Minnesotans' Blog]
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**# [http://selbyonselby.blogspot.com Selby on Selby]
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**# [http://www.adamsESLpage.wordpress.com Adam's ESL Page]
 
* (5 min) Tools  
 
* (5 min) Tools  
 
** Quick tour of some popular blogging tools
 
** Quick tour of some popular blogging tools

Latest revision as of 08:29, 9 June 2011

This is a sample workhshop template. Something that might be useful to someone offering a workshop for the first time.


Start the Press!

Objective

非常适合企业产品研发或是学校教学研究使用,让使用者可以快快乐乐的学习Linux与Android嵌入式系统开发。

Goals

Participants will be receiving a broad knowledge of key factors in the teaching of writing with an understanding that writing is essential to thinking. Practical tools to improve writing will be shared.

Prerequisites

pen

==

Notes for Presenter

Use this space to insert any special notes that the workshop presenter might find useful.

Short Outline

  • (30 min) Welcome & Introductions by the School Leadership Center CEO, Brian Riedlinger
  • (45-60min ) Foundation and tools to improve students' writing abilities.
Break
  • (20 min at each table, participants move to three tables ) Conversation with veteran writing teachers. Participants will be divided among 6 tables in which a veteran writing teacher will lead a discussion on an aspect of the writingh process ( content, structure , stance, sentence fluency , diction, conventions and holistic assessment,use of rubrick)

( Ken can edit this piece)

  • Wrap up and Evaulation - (20 minutes) participants discuss salient points from conversation
  • Group Assignment for next workshop
       ( Try several of the strategies presented and bring copies of student work, 

both meeting standars and nor meeting standards.



Detailed Outline

Example: Blogging (Same as above - but fill in details/links)

  • (10 min) Welcome & Introductions
    • Presenter should introduce themself and provide a brief overview of the workshop.
    • Ask participants to introduce themselves and say something about their experience with or interest in the workshop topic.
  • (15 min) What is a blog
  • (5 min) Tools
    • Quick tour of some popular blogging tools
  • (40 min) Users set up their own blog
    • Walk through the process of setting up a blog using blogger.com
    • Ask advanced participants to help their neighbors and/or experiment with some of the more advanced features of blogger.com
  • (10 min) Wrap-up and Evaluation
    • Provide short conclusion to the workshop
    • Leave at least 5 minutes for participants to fill out an online evaluation of workshop.
 

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