500 Tips for Trainers

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Gulf Publishing Company, 1996 - Business & Economics - 132 pages
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'500 Tips for Trainers' is a treasure trove of more than 500 enlightening, practical suggestions. all are easy to read and simple to use.

This handbook is great as a quick reference when it's time to:
*organize the venue
* create flip charts and handouts
* motivate the participants
* fill five minutes until coffee!

This entertaining book is packed with good ideas, creative techniques, and extensive appendices available for photocopying. It is a basic handbook for trainers in areas such as industry, government, and healthcare, as well as for personnel and HRD staff, and staff development officers in education.

Phil Race, an open and flexible learning specialist, conducts staff development workshops on learning, teaching, and assessment throughout the world. He has co-authored many books, including '500 Tips for Tutors', '500 Tips for Teachers' and 'Assess Your Own Teaching Quality'.

Brenda Smith is teaching and learning quality manager at Nottingham Trent University. She facilitates seminars and is co-editor of 'Research, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education'.

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Phil Race is the author of our text "How to Win as a Final Year Student," (2000) and has published widely in the ares of teaching, learning and assessment. He is very highly regarded as a independent Higher Education consultant, and runs workshops and events at universities throughout the UK for both students and educators. He has taught at a variety of Higher Education institutions including the universities of Glamorgan, Northumbria and Durham. He currently divides his time between his consultancy, and his appointments as ALT (Assessment, Learning and Teaching) Visiting Professor at Leeds Metropolitan University and Senior Academic Staff Development Officer, University of Leeds.

Brenda D. Smith, Professor Emeritus at Georgia State University, has more than 30 years of teaching experience. Her books have helped more than 100,000 students become better readers. Awarded with the "Outstanding Article in the Journal of Developmental Education" by the National Association of Developmental Educators two years in a row, and named "Distinguished Alumni Professor" by the Georgia State University Alumni Association, Dr. Smith continues to be recognized for her contributions to the field of reading skills.

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