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This program is for adults and older youth who want to learn more about the history of Unitarian Universalism, have an interest in social justice, and want to deepen their understanding of Unitarian Universalist identity.
Workshops can accommodate any number of participants, with six participants an ideal minimum. Workshops of fewer than six participants may do small group activities in the full group, or choose to do only a portion of those activities. The suggested maximum number of participants is 25; you will need at least three facilitators to accommodate a large group.
INTEGRATING ALL PARTICIPANTS
People with obvious and not-so-obvious disabilities need accommodation in order to participate fully. As a presenter, you may or may not be aware of a participant's need for accommodations. In addition to accommodating the accessibility needs of participants who request them, you are urged to follow these Accessibility Guidelines for Workshop Presenters for every activity.
The Unitarian Universalist Association website and staff can offer guidance for including people with specific disabilities; consult the Accessibility section of the Leaders' Library on the UUA website. In addition, some workshop activities suggest specific adaptation under the heading "Including All Participants."
Participants bring a wide range of learning styles and information processing preferences. With this in mind, the workshops offer a variety of activities. Review each workshop's Alternate Activities. Plan each workshop to best suit the group.
For more information contact web @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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