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Planning a Faculty Workshop

This document is to help you in planning your workshop for faculty. Fill in the blanks. The answers should be provided to the faculty, ideally in advance, as it all helps them in deciding if your workshop is appropriate for them and also helps them prepare mentally.

Describe Your Target Population

You may choose to target some workshops at a subpopulation. Beware of words such as "novice" or "expert" which do not communicate effectively. Instead describe particular skills.
Demographics (age, disciplines, skill level, etc):



Appropriate reasons for taking the workshop:





What motivates them to do learn the material?



Learning Style(s):


Technological Skill Level:



Who is NOT included:



Other aspects:




Workshop Description

Summary of Activity:



Prerequisite Experiences (if any)


Relation to Other Workshops (if any)



Continuing Education or other Certification Credits?



Time requirements:



Location requirements:



Technology requirements:



Other aspects:




Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the workshop the participant ....

# Action verb/perform an action Criterion for success Under these conditions
S. shall be able to write learning objectives for their courses objectives will be precise and clear, using key verbs to a typical student in the course

For more on writing various types of learning objectives, try the following web sites or texts:

Writing learning outcomes for the Core Curriculum (

Major Categories in the Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (Bloom 1956) (

Gronlund, N. (1994). How to write and use instructional objectives (5th, ed.). New York: MacMillan Pub. Co.

Mager, R. F., (1997). Preparing instructional objectives (3rd ed.). Palo Alto, CA: Feron Publisher.


Major Workshop Activities and Relation to Objectives

Objective #

Evaluation Methods of Workshop and Relation to Objectives

Objective #
Evaluation Methods

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