This collection of four courses takes extensive research on adult student persistence in literacy learning and identifies how you can help students overcome barriers, improve participation, and achieve goals.
This courses explores research that will help you build positive learning communities in your classroom.
This course shows trainers how to use Kolb’s experiential learning cycle to design active training presentations followed by participant reflection.
In this course you will identify four principles of adult learning and develop training strategies that reflect these principles.
In this course you will learn two models of identify learning styles and training strategies that address different styles of learning.
This course will help trainers ensure that training objectives are clear, precise, and directly related to instructional content and methodologies.
In this course you will learn strategies trainers can employ during the first moments of training to create a positive learning environment.
In this course you will learn to use evaluation to analyze your training content, evaluate participant learning, and identify areas for improvement.
In this course you will identify strategies for facilitating groups so that workshop participants get the most out of their interactions with others.