Learning Centered Instructor Workshop
4/7/2021 - 4/8/2021
This workshop is recommended for anyone teaching in their local association or doing in-house training for their company, as well as teaching CE curricula for Florida Realtors.
Instructed by Steven David!
This program addresses:
- How to speak and present more effectively.
- How to facilitate classroom activities and exercises more professionally.
- When and how to interject stories, case studies, etc, for greater impact.
- How to use and NOT abuse PowerPoint and other visual aids.
- What to do, and NOT do, to increase learning.
- How to make the learning process more fun and enjoyable.
*Taking this course will start you on the road to being a Florida Realtors Certified Instructor! Class is Strictly LIMITED to 20 students, so register today! Registration for WVAR Members $89.00 and Non-Members is $119.00, includes breakfast and lunch both days.
There are two presentations, one as a Group we call the "Group Resume", and the second, an "Elevator Speech". The first day consists of: Why "Learning Centered"? Good Learning Objectives. The Flow of a Learning-centered course. 3 Different Approaches to Course Design: Show & Tell, Stair Step, and Immersive. Engaging Students - 30 ways to engage. A quick summary of Effective Delivery Tips. Q & A Skills - 5 types of Questions. Multiple ways to revisit Key Points in courses (33 Ways to Review). Using PowerPoint & Other Visual Aids Effectively. Recognizing GOOD vs. BAD PowerPoint. Helpful graphics vs. Ugly Pictures. Beyond PowerPoint - Other Visual Aids (Flip Charts/Props/Interactive Handouts/Job Aids).
One Final Presentation for 7 minutes that is video-taped. The Second Day also includes an overview of: Developing & Using Scenarios and case studies. Debriefing Scenarios and Case Studies. Using the Power of story - Finding & Developing Stories. Instructor Etiquette. Closing Effectively. Classroom Management & Troubleshooting (Handling Disruptive Students). The Cardinal Rule of Instruction: Never Let students leave with bad information. Workshop Debrief.