Selecting, Designing, and Developing Active-Training Methods von Karen Lawson

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Selecting, Designing, and Developing Active-Training Methods“ von Karen Lawson ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Train the Trainer - Online Course (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Introduction: Selecting, Designing and Developing Active-Training Methods
  • Active Knowledge Sharing / Pairs Matching
  • Point-Counterpoint / Group Inquiry /
  • Experiential Learning Cycle / Information Search / Learning Tournament
  • Same Content: Card Sort, Peer Lessons, Jigsaw
  • Improving a Lectures

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. the structured use of small groups.
  2. not giving the trainer a hard time.
  3. participants getting along with one another.
  4. the partnership between the trainer and the participants.
  1. Use of a variety of methods
  2. Use of lectures as the primary instructional method
  3. Use of real-life situations
  4. Use of a moderate level of content
  1. Active Knowledge Sharing
  2. Learning Tournament
  3. Point – Counterpoint
  4. Group Inquiry
  1. To promote learning of a wide variety of acts, concepts, and skills
  2. To teach “dry” material by having participants search for information normally covered in a lecture
  3. To arouse interest and stimulate questions around a desired learning
  4. To stimulate discussion and gain deeper understanding of a complex issue
  1. Card Sort
  2. Information Search
  3. Jigsaw
  4. Peer Lessons

Dozent des Vortrages Selecting, Designing, and Developing Active-Training Methods

 Karen Lawson

Karen Lawson

Dr. Karen Lawson is an international consultant, speaker, and author. As founder and president of Lawson Consulting Group, Inc., she has built a successful consulting firm specializing in organization and management development as well as executive coaching.

She has extensive consulting and seminar experience in the areas of team development, communication, leadership, and quality service across a wide range of industries.

She holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Adult and Organization Development from Temple University; a Master of Arts in English from the University of Akron; and a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Union College. She is also a graduate of the National School of Banking in Fairfield, CT.

Karen is currently an adjunct professor at Arcadia University in their International MBA program and has served on the adjunct faculty for the University of Delaware, Saint Joseph’s University and many more.


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