A Guide to Organizing a START Group
1. Introduction Begin Here!
About START, its history, and how you can use it.
Everything you need to know to conduct a course.
Ways to adapt the START process to meet the needs of your group.
Seventeen principles that underly the design of the START process — good to understand, especially if you alter the course.
Ways to ensure that START empowers your group.
Tips on how to bring together a START group.
Criteria for the reading materials selected for START.
Some additional useful resources on group process and community building.
How START has succeeded in the past and might in the future.
Direct Links to Suggested Agendas
Other Quick Links
Note that you can download and print a complete copy of the START Study Guide (pdf) in Adobe Acrobat Reader format (pdf).