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An Introduction to the Workshop Rotation Model

This 2 minute video introduces the Rotation Model to those unfamiliar with it. 


 Be sure to print our One Page Handout about the Model, and view our numerous other articles about the Rotation Model.  You can also download this presentation as a video file (MP4) for playback on any computer.

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What are "Workshops" in the Workshop Rotation Model?

and what are the benefits to students and teachers?


You may have noticed in the above presentation that "workshops" are often called by different creative names in Rotation Sunday Schools. An Art Workshop might be known as "Creation Station," "Holy Word Studios" for a Video Workshop, and so on. See more creative names for workshops and Rotation Sunday Schools.

View articles about various workshops, their setup and methods, and see more photos.

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Workshop Rotation Schedules

for churches of all sizes and needs



Attached to this post are the schedule examples seen in the video.
Learn more about Rotation schedules and "what stories do we teach."

Here's the typical Rotation Schedule seen in the video for a small-medium size Sunday School:
4 weeks, 4 workshops, 3 rotating grades/groups:

3 Groups, 4 Workshops, 4 Weeks

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