The basic purpose of this 3-day workshop is to enhance existing instructional skills through extended practice of "add-on" techniques. The Principles of Adult Learning are reviewed along with the two major methods of instruction (discussional and participative lecture). Examples of basic student-centered activities (i.e., role plays, case studies, demonstrations, etc.) are presented and discussed.
Participants will gain the ability to be able to:
This workshop has been designed for the experienced instructor.
It is assumed that participants will be familiar with the basic principles of adult learning as well as discussional and participative lecture techniques.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
The "Big 3" as Instructional Methods and Student-Centered Techniques
Enhancing the Use of Visual Aids
Design and Use of Questions
Additional Interactive Techniques
Lesson Plan Scripting and Teaching Guides
Managing the Classroom