Instructional Strategies In Adult Education And Training – aet520 (3 credits)
This course builds upon the foundation provided in the instructional design course and focuses on development and implementation of instruction that facilitates adult learning. Learners examine and apply models, strategies, and methods for planning and for implementing instruction. Instructional approaches, engagement strategies, and management of the instructional environment are explored.
Critical Thinking and Problem-Based Learning for Adults
Employ components of critical thinking to improve cognitive skills.
Examine problem-based learning.
Management of the Instructional Environment
Identify elements of effective course syllabi/instructional agendas.
Analyze proactive management strategies.
Describe appropriate responses to challenging participant behavior.
Effective Communication and Instructional Techniques
Describe effective communication for facilitators.
Analyze the relationship between interpersonal skills and instruction.
Examine information components of an instructional module/training plan.
Explain components in the development of an instructional module/training plan.
Analyze components in the implementation of an instructional module/training plan.
Examine planning and instructional variables.
Engagement of Adult Learners
Analyze methods of engaging the adult learner.
Describe the essential components of collaborative learning.
Describe compelling questioning techniques.
Examine the roles of the facilitator and the learner in various instructional approaches.
Examine teaching/training concepts.
Explain the rationale for selected instructional approaches.
Create an audience-appropriate instructional module/training plan.
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