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  • 1. Workshops at international students‘ summer seminars 8 steps to sufficient results
  • 2.  
  • 3. Proposing themes of common interest
    • Is it interesting for students of different countries ?
    • Is it possible for students of different courses and study years to contribute ?
    • Will the expected outcome be of relevance for these or future students ?
  • 4. Forming international groups
    • enrolment after the presentations (listings)
    • you have free choice where to participate
    • but
    • each country should be represented
    • female and male
    • tip :
    • fix date and place of first meeting
  • 5. from A I D A-concept the first three aspects should be reached meanwhile: Attention Interest Desire
  • 6. working phase : workshop meetings
    • meet at a proper place (atmosphere !)
    • decide who is moderator
    • practice brainstorming
    • be open minded and beware difficulties with English….
    • summarise and fix results
  • 7. during workshops……
    • the moderator is not the opinion leader “but keeps the ball running” (catch the ball and give it back to the group: repeat arguments and ask questions (…for proposals / ideas / opinions / backgrounds / contributions)
    • ask for short reports on experiences in the different universities (…to start…)
    • try to compare (advantages/disadvantages, chance/threads, strong points/week points, positive/negative,….)
    • try to find a common position/solution/proposal
    • be sure that everybody can follow the discussion, encourage for contributions
    • fix (intermediate) results
  • 8. preparing presentation of the workshop results
    • find a small core group
    • use visualisation by media (overhead, PowerPoint, etc.)
    • use computer (easier for publication)
    • think also on intercultural aspects and experiences with your group
    isss victim....
  • 9. presenting the results and experiences to the audience
    • use Adrian’s presentation tips…!!
  • 10. further steps…..
    • depending on theme
    • and interest :
    • discussion, memorandum, resolution, letter, etc..
    • publishing on homepage of isss
    • … and enjoy the after-work-party ………
  • 11. We wish you interesting experiences in your workshop