Having well-trained field volunteers starts with instructors knowledgeable about what they will teach and who know effective ways to present it. Learn how successful instructors teach and engage adult learners, and what to expect when presenting a course. You will learn to manage course logistics and class time, integrate materials, and use visual aids to create a positive learning environment and engage participants. Time to practice course delivery and refine your techniques using feedback, questioning, and evaluation is included. All students are encouraged to be videotaped to be used for self-review.
NOTE: This workshop requires attendance for two sessions - Sunday, October 28 and Sunday, November 11
Through discussions and activities, participants will learn about the characteristics of adult learners and different learning styles. To create a positive learning environment, you will learn to manage course logistics, integrate materials, and use visual aids. Time to practice course delivery and refine your techniques using feedback, questioning, and evaluation is included. All students are encouraged to be videotaped.
Sunday, October 28, 2012 - 10:00am - 3:00pm
Fort Montgomery State Historic Site Visitor's Center
690 Route 9W
Fort Montgomery, NY 10922
Fort Montgomery, NY
Fee OR Free with recommendation
previous workshops or teaching experience
Jane Daniels and Leigh Draper
Signups closed for this Workshop