Real learning takes place after the class is over and when the participant tests new ideas in the workplace. Learn what it takes to improve teaching and delivery to create dynamic learning experiences and impact results. Highlights include real life applications of participation, contextual learning, accommodating different learning styles and the need for practical standards.
- Introduction: The Self-Reflective Instructor
- The Key Idea: Never Run Out Of Ideas
- Right Practices Versus Real Practices
- The Individual Biochemistry Theory Of Education
- What Works Most Of The Time
- Case Studies: When Best Intentions Fail
- Creating Personal Standards
- Apply the theory of adult education in real classrooms.
- Weigh the pros and cons of different methods.
- Develop a “toolbox” of responses when trusted classroom methods fail.
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