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

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About the Lecture

The lecture Selecting, Designing, and Developing Active-Training Methods by Karen Lawson is from the course Train the Trainer - Online Course (EN). It contains the following chapters:

  • 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

Included Quiz Questions

  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

Author of lecture Selecting, Designing, and Developing Active-Training Methods

 Karen Lawson

Karen Lawson


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