I decided that the best way for me to be able to teach my pinhole camera tutorial was to demonstrate whilst teaching. This worked successfully because the attendees could easily copy what i was doing throughout the lesson. For example, if a worker got stuck or didn't understand a certain part of the lesson, I would go over to help them and direct them on what to do and even demonstrate on my own pinhole camera.
To make sure i dint forget any main points during the lesson, i though it was logical to write out instructions:
I finished off my workshop by having my attendees fill in a feedback sheet for a few minutes, which asked questions about the workshop and what could be improved. The attendees were able to take home their finished pinhole camera when they left.
Photos from my workshop:
I made sure to prepare health and safety issues and think of different ways to deal with those issues beforehand. If allergies or cuts occurred, there were first aid kits available. There were also multiple fire exists to use in the case of a fire. Because i did use needles in my leadership project, i did give all the attendees blue tack to put under the object that would be pierced, just so it would go through the blue tack and not their fingers.
On 12 August 2019, 18:00 Sienna James Voice Team commented:
Sounds like a great workshop, Mia. I like how you methodically planned your activities and made sure everyone was safe whilst doing so. :) If you'd like to upload more of you Arts Award portfolio, we'd love to read it!