500 Creative Classroom Techniques for Teachers and Trainers

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Human Resource Development, 2006 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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Approach any training challenge with these new, fresh and inspired solutions 500 Creative Classroom Techniques for Teachers and Trainers Marlene Caroselli Make your teaching and their learning fun, fast-paced and functional. This toolkit of 500 tips and techniques is designed for trainers at all levels of experience who enjoy experimenting, discovering and evolving. 500 Creative Classroom Techniques for Teachers and Trainers covers all the important basic, including how to: - Have participants introduce themselves - Test for understanding - Add humor - Give feedback - Use questions - Use quotations - Have groups report - Get through printed material - Appoint group leaders You'll also get creative ways to deal with reluctant learners, make subject matter relevant, encourage participant-learning after the course has ended, develop study habits, make take-home assignments relevant and more. Each of the book's 20 chapters contains an overview. Within the activities is a wide variety of tips, suggestions, options, cautions, FYI tidbits and recommendations. Use the brainteasers scattered throughout the book to assess the brainpower in the room, when the class needs a mental break, after lunch to get juices flowing again or whenever you have odd minutes to fill. 500 Creative Classroom Techniques for Teachers and Trainers concludes with an appendix section packed with feedback discussion questions, grammar tests, intuition quizzes, leadership quotes-everything you need to bring training sessions to life and achieve maximum results.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter
7
Chapter
13
Chapter
19
Continue the Learning
221
Appendix
323
Sample Grammar Test
329
ThoughtProvoking Proverbs
335
About the Author
343
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