Training 201 Developing a Course

Training 201 Developing a Course
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Training 201 Developing a Course

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  1. Training 201 Welcome

    Welcome to Training 201 - Developing a Course
  2. Training 201- 1 Introduction

    Developing an effective course...
  3. Training 201- 2 What is Course Development?

    How information is presented to students usually is equally as important as the information itself.
  4. Training 201- 3 When Course Development Is Done Well

    When course development is well done...
  5. Training 201- 4 Adult Learners Differ From Child Learners

    The Top 10 Ways Adult Learners Differ from Child Learners
  6. Training 201- 5 Make Learning Meaningful

    Making information accessible to others...
  7. Training 201- 6 Unit 1 Learning Objectives

    Unit Learning Objectives
  8. Training 201- 7 About Objectives

    Learning “destinations” desired by the students, who have signed up for the class...
  9. Training 201- 8 Enriching Objectives

    Enriching the “measurements” of a course might be...
  10. Training 201- 9 Stating Course Objectives

    Above and beyond expectations...
  11. Training 201- 10 Share Course Objectives With Students

    Knowing what is expected matters!
  12. Training 201- 11 Learning Activity

    Learning Activity
  13. Training 201- 12 Learning Activity

    Learning Activity 2
  14. Training 201- 13 Unit 2 Tailoring Content to Students and Subject Matter

    Tailoring Content to Students and Subject Matter
  15. Training 201- 14 Major Concepts In a Course

    Major concepts in a course...
  16. Training 201- 15 Ranking Major Concepts

    Selecting concepts and desired outcome
  17. Training 201- 16 Presenting Concepts In Order?

    Is rank order presentation of class material important?
  18. Training 201- 17 Learning Activity

    Learning Activity
  19. Training 201- 18 Learning Activity

    Learning activity and subject matter...
  20. Training 201- 19 About Students and Content

    About students and content...
  21. Training 201- 20 Q and A Formats

    Dialogue between students and instructor...
  22. Training 201- 21 Delivering Content

    Posing meaningful course content questions to students...
  23. Training 201- 22 Sparking Interest of Adult Learners

    Course delivery and practice...
  24. Training 201- 23 Don't Take Yourself too Serious

    Be serious about your course and your students...
  25. Training 201- 24 Lighten Up

    Have fun teaching your students...
  26. Training 201- 25 Learning Activity

    Learning Activity!
  27. Training 201- 26 Unit 3 Is There Anything Other Than Lecture?

    What is a learning reinforcement activity?
  28. Training 201- 27 Learning Reinforcement Activities

    Teaching techniques used to deliver learning reinforcement activities...
  29. Training 201- 28 Classroom Discussions

    Discussion...
  30. Training 201- 29 Panel Discussions

    Panel Discussions...
  31. Training 201- 30 Using Breakout Groups

    Breakout Groups
  32. Training 201- 31 Using Case Studies

    Case Studies
  33. Training 201- 32 High Tech Simulations

    High Tech Simulations
  34. Training 201- 33 Great Results with Games

    Great Results with Games
  35. Training 201- 34 Going on Field Trips

    Going on a Field Trip!
  36. Training 201- 35 Unit 4 Beginning and Ending Presentations

    Beginning and Ending Presentations
  37. Training 201- 36 Projecting an Attitude of Humility

    Projecting the best attitude!
  38. Training 201- 37 Excuse My Nerves!

    Focus on the material not your nerves...
  39. Training 201- 38 Once Upon a Time…

    Opening your course...
  40. Training 201- 39 Mind Your Instructor/Student Boundaries

    Saying thank-you...
  41. Training 201- 40 Graceful Endings

    Graceful endings...
  42. Training 201- 41 Congratulations!

    Thank you for taking a Carmel Streater Course!

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