|By Mark Sorensen, CED, SPHR, PMP, Ed.D.
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
People in attendance today teach many different topics to many different types of students. One thing that is probably consistent throughout all of your experiences is that as an educator, an instructor, professor, or teacher of some kind you are expected to manage a huge and diverse list of responsibilities each week. There is often not time to go to a textbook for a refresher on a particular topic. You often dont have time to develop a new form that you can use in your class. Do you agree that there is never enough time to learn and remember all the things that an instructor is expected to accomplish? In this manual you find quick-and-easy to apply forms and guides that may save you time, refresh your memory about fundamental adult learning theory and other educational theories, serve as tools to help you organize your class planning.
It is well documented that students learn better when they are engaged in an active way in the learning process. Most things can be taught much more effectively with active instruction techniques than with lecture. These 22 job aides are resources that may help you to implement active instruction techniques.
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