In any coding workshop, I wonder, "What can the student teach me today?"
Although I am nominally the "mentor", I want to stay humble enough to learn. I think Captain David Marquet expressed this best in Turn The Ship Around!
It struck me that I had entered this mentoring practice with the idea of a traditional mentor-mentee relationship and hadn't realized the incompatibility of that hierarchy with leader-leader. I learned as much from them as they did from me. Hence, we were practicing a mentor-mentor program.
In every workshop, I am grateful for the chance to practise my listening skills, to test my technical communication skills, and strengthen my Python knowledge. My "students" have also taught me so much.