Learner Perspectives: Recent Workshops
A Look at Some Recent Workshops…
A selection of photos from workshops, with comments from letters, emails, evaluation forms, etc. Newest at the top; oldest at the bottom. Extended photo galleries from many workshop programmes can be found in the pertinent year page in Career.
“Your session was extensively planned and well structured. Tasks were sequential, well managed and staged. The learners were enjoying the session, were highly engaged, active and keen to contribute. You checked learners’ understanding highly effectively throughout the learning session.
You exhibited excellent subject knowledge, high levels of enthusiasm and passion for the subject and encouraged and supported your students throughout. You have worked hard to create a safe environment in which learners feel able to ask questions and express their views on topics under discussion. You are very effective and flexible in your approach to meeting the individual needs of learners within the constraints of the programme.Learners are encouraged to bring real life issues and monitor and review their own progress on an adapted ILP [planning and assessment document].”
– John Baker, excerpts from Shipley College lesson observation report, 2018
“A great experience – opens the mind!”
– Marilyn Sugden, Shipley College participant, 2018
“Great course, interactive. I think that the content is what is required, well structured and easy to understand. It really makes you think about things you may have never considered before. You are a great trainer!!”
– Jayne Tooke, Rossett participant, 2018
“Really enjoyed the class.
Keith has good examples, modern comparisons and effective ways of getting the information and message across.
I think the prejudice & discrimination section should be taught to everyone and maybe there might be more understanding and compassion in the world.”
– Rebecca Pilkington, Rossett participant, 2018
“Your delivery is brilliant, it’s varied so you don’t get bored and you have a brilliant sense of humour!”
– Billie Stephens, Shipley College participant, 2017