Getting started

Okay, so you are planning to research and develop a Kids Teaching Kids Workshop – welcome to a world of games, experiments, performance, song, dance and art! A Kids Teaching Kids workshop is all about engaging your audience through utilising a number of different presentation techniques.

The first thing to do is to register your interest in being part of a Kids Teaching Kids event.

Below are some handy documents to help get you started with the workshop:

Workshop Development Manual
This document is an easy read and gives you an overview of the education philosophies utilised in the Kids Teaching Kids Program and some tips of how to approach the workshop with your students.

Workshop Development Timeline – either the one page snap shot or the more detailed month-by-month planner
This timeline breaks down the process of developing a student-led workshop with your students. NB. Although this timeline starts in Term 1, you can start to work on your workshop at anytime.

Workshop Guide
Used in conjunction with the Workshop Development Timeline, this Workshop Guide helps to walk you through the process of developing a workshop; from topic selection to research, to developing public speaking skills to running the actual workshop.

KTK Week Banner – newsletter, website and social media
Don’t keep it a secret, let your school community know what you are doing by putting the KTK Week banner wherever you can!
If posting on social media, make sure you tag KTK and use #KTKWeek2017.

DocumentFile sizeDownload link
Workshop Development Manual 343 KB Click to Download
2017 Workshop Development Timeline (snap shot) 357 KB Click to Download
2017 Workshop Development Timeline (month-by-month) 547 KB Click to Download
Workshop Guide 110 KB Click to Download
KTK Week banner 2 MB Click to Download