aet520 | Graduate
Instructional Strategies In Adult Education And Training
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Effective Communication and Instructional Techniques
- Examine information components of an instructional module/training plan.
- Describe effective communication for facilitators.
- Analyze the relationship between interpersonal skills and instruction.
- 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.
Management of the Instructional Environment
- Identify elements of effective course syllabi/instructional agendas.
- Analyze proactive management strategies.
- Describe appropriate responses to challenging participant behavior.
Critical Thinking and Problem-Based Learning for Adults
- Employ components of critical thinking to improve cognitive skills.
- Examine problem-based learning.
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