The process is divided into three parts: open sharing, workshop and post-working space. From each process there is one action coming out as a result of what has been worked. And, during all of it, there is a virtual space where all the information is placed before and after the workshop.
In the digital platform there will be compiled information about the current workshop. It is important that the information is totally and easily accessible from the web. Also, there should be working guidelines and key concepts that will be used during the workshop. There will be the possibility to discuss the information online via forums, social networks or other convenient tools.
One workshop session should last between 3 and 4 hours and it has a previously scheduled timing in which the students have a time to work on their ideas and proposals after an introduction given by the teachers. During the whole process the digital platform will be managed so the information coming out from the workshop is uploaded and the class can receive some feedback from the net.
In the introduction the working concepts will be introduced, taking into account what will have been previously discussed in the online working space. The objective of this part is to present a key question which the students will have to work out.
After that, there will be a group dynamic in which the attendees will discuss different possibilities on how the main question could be solved, which actions could be developed, etc. The objective of this part is to decide together a solution, an action or a way of working something out through discussion, ideas exchange and interaction between students, teachers and the online platform.
Finally there will be a closure in which the teacher will sum up what has been worked and the actions that will be carried out after the workshop.
In this part, all of the information in the digital platform will be completely uploaded according to what has been discussed in the workshop, giving the possibility to carry on sharing information and receiving feedback from the net, as part of the idea of expanding knowledge. The other part, and more important, is the action that will be executed. The learners will perform the solution previously arranged in the workshop, as a way of bringing their achievements to the reality of their job area.