[TheThinkTank] Hands off teaching
needleandthread at gmail.com
Mon Jun 1 16:55:15 PDT 2020
This is the link to my workshop notes:
Obviously the content changes each time based on time available and
participation (questions, suggestions, sharing personal anecdotes, etc.)
but most of the framework is there.
If you have any questions about teaching "Hands Off" feel free to send me
an email or continue the conversation here on the list.
At our space we are going to potentially start assisting with repairs again
in July, and need to put together a primer so the community knows how
things are going to change - "hands off" is going to become much more
hands off*! Providing some training for staff/volunteers before diving back
in to community repair hours is going to be important for a lot of our
On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 2:43 PM Ainsley Naylor <needleandthread at gmail.com>
> That’s a workshop I’ve been running for the past number of years.
> I can add my presentation notes to my google drive and share them later
> Ainsley (Toronto)
> On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 1:29 PM Morgan Rehme <morganrehm at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I can't find it but I remember there was a workshop at Bike!Bike! NE last
>> year about hands-off teaching, I think it was called How to Peel a Banana.
>> I think notes from that workshop would be very useful right now, does
>> anyone have something like that they could share?
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