In "Virtue Ethics," a Tapestry of Faith program
Reflect on the workshop with your co-leader. Which activities did the group enjoy the most? Were varied learning styles addressed? When volunteers were sought, did any of the quieter participants step forward? Are there participants who always volunteer, always need to speak first, and perhaps need to step back a bit? How will you handle asking participants to "step forward" or "step back" without singling out individuals and putting them on the spot? If the group covenant includes this, refer to the covenant.
Are participants treating one another in respectful ways? If not always, discuss how you can use the learnings from this workshop to remind the group, in the future, to be respectful. Do co-leaders feel their contributions are respected?
Read the next workshop for any advance preparation needed and decide who will be responsible for what.
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Last updated on Thursday, March 15, 2012.
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