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Teaching and Training for Non–Teachers. Personal and Professional Development

  • ID: 2246545
  • Book
  • January 1996
  • Region: Global
  • 184 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Investing in the training of staff ensures that standards are maintained and that skills are developed in the work force. This results in a large demand for training, and an increasingly wide range of staff are being asked to take on a teaching role to help out specialist teachers and trainers. This can often be a baptism of fire, and it is common for the individual to come away with negative feelings about the whole teaching experience. Frequently there is recognition that skills and knowledge about teaching need to be acquired.

This is a practical resource for all inexperienced teachers, offering a thorough and thoughtful guide to the key tasks and skills of training. Starting with the first task of assessing learners needs, the book shows the reader how to develop teaching effectiveness in fostering experiential learning. Additionally, by means of review chapters, the book encourages readers to reflect on their teaching actions, so as to develop better coping skills as teachers.

The book follows the style of the Personal and Professional Development series, using exercises, questionnaires and case studies. Other titles in the series include Managing Time, Interpersonal Conflicts at Work, Effective Teamwork, Coaching for Staff Development, Basic Evaluation Methods, and Assessing Your Career.

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1. Introduction and Overview.

2. Conduction a needs assessment: action.

3. Identifying learning needs: reflection.

4. Planning teaching and training: action.

5. Conducting training and training: reflection.

6. Conducting teaching and training: action.

7. Conducting teaching and training: reflection.

8. Evaluation of teaching and training: action.

9. Evaluation of teaching and training: reflection.

10. Conclusion.


Annotated Bibliography.


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Derek L. Milne
Steve Noone
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