These free downloadable resources have been successfully used for developing Tricky Topics workshops. We hope they help you to develop your Tricky Topics workshops and/or teaching practices.
If you find any of them useful, in their current form or by adapting them to meet your particular needs, we’d love to hear from you. Please let us know how you’ve got on by filling in the feedback form.
- Sample Tricky Topic workshop agenda (PDF)
This gives a suggested schedule and outline of how to run a Tricky Topic workshop.
- Blank Tricky Topic mapping diagram (PDF)
This is used in the Stage 1 (‘Identify’) of the Tricky Topic process, when workshop participants are asked to create maps of their Tricky Topics (Part 3: ‘Mind maps’).
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