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6 Minutes of Witchcraft w/ Laura Tempest Zakroff: Classroom Event Etiquette

Hi folks – so this episode focuses on some basic event etiquette *especially focusing* on classes, lectures, workshops, rituals, panels, etc. It’s vital to listen, be respectful of teachers and guides – as well as your fellow students/participants.

I didn’t define it here – but a comment is basically adding information or sharing a story – it feels like you’re adding to the discussion, but keep in mind that not all classes are set-up as a conversation. Your experience is absolutely valid and interesting, but unless the format of the event is set-up for sharing, please save it for later. This is a great away to avoid being hexed by your fellow classmates. A question should directly relate to the material being discussed, and doesn’t require an extensive backstory to get to the point of the question.

Obviously there is also a LOT to be said about issues and protocol regarding consent, hygiene, expected behaviors, and other human interactions. Most medium to large size events have a clearly stated policy about these things especially, so you need to be sure to read them fully before attending – so you know the rules and your rights in these situations.

Posted on February 26, 2020 by A.J. Drew
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