Hey @anubhamane, we've previously organized a couple of workshops for teachers.
To give you some context, we initiated KidZilla- an initiative to teach the web to kids in schools. An important aspect of this was to train the teachers. This was important-
- To convey the importance of teaching the web
- To get their support to help teach the web in the future
- To impart digital literacy skills to teachers from a non-computer background so that they could leverage technology to make their work easier/more efficient
We took a 1-hour session along with the computer science teacher. This worked well because they knew each other and it was an informal leaning opportunity. We also got their buy in to conduct 1 session every week about learning digital literacy skills.
Some things you might want to focus on-
- What value are you offering to the teachers who are attending? Is this an opportunity to use technology in their existing work? Smart classrooms, use of OER's?
- Is this about how they could get involved with Mozilla?
Also, I know that @chadsansing works with a lot of educators and might be able to give more inputs on what might interest them.