March 29, 2022 @ 3:30 - 5:00 pm EST
Virtual Workshop Offering from High 5: Virtual Ubuntu Activities
Ubuntu Cards have become an essential multi-tool in our facilitator toolkit; used to connect participants, create community and spark rich conversation. But now that we are interacting more in a virtual setting, how can they still be used?
This interactive virtual workshop will guide you through a series of activities (some adaptations, some new activities) that can be facilitated with just one deck of Ubuntu cards in the possession of the facilitator and used in a virtual environment with your participants.
Included with this workshop (which you will receive in the mail):
- 1 deck of Ubuntu Cards *
- 1 Ubuntu Activity Guide *
*(International shipping of workshop items not included)
All are welcome. This workshop is particularly relevant to any person who works with adults, youth, college students - classroom teachers, educators, adventure facilitators, camp counselors and more.
There are no prerequisites for this workshop. Participants will need access to Zoom (video platform) and a location where they are comfortable participating online in a digital format.
Interested in the workshop, but not able to attend on these dates? We are able to run this workshop for intact groups of up to 15. Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
The word Ubuntu is a Nguni Bantu term and philosophy. (Nguni is a subset of the larger family of Bantu languages and peoples in the southern portion of Africa.) The term means “humanity” and is frequently translated to “I am because we are.” Ubuntu highlights our interconnectedness as a community.
Virtual Training Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations less than seven days prior to a workshop start date will result in a 50% refund of tuition cost. No shows without cancellation notice will forfeit all tuition cost paid.