Understanding Different Learners
The greatest gift an educator can give a student is an experience of Learning that is Empowering, Engaging and Exciting.
This gift is one that ignites a desire for continuous improvement.
When we teach them the way ‘they’ learn, they learn fast, retain the information and have the confidence to use the new skills learnt.
As Educators, we do our job with less stress knowing we are using techniques that facilitate good learning. All learners are unique in the way they learn.
It is a real skill when you can cater for various learning styles in the room, and even better when you can empower learners to understand their own learning styles, so they know what they must do to make learning ‘stick for them’.
You will learn how to teach students ‘how to learn’ - saving time and repeated explanation as learners start to take responsibility for their own learning, once they know how - and the trainer can then act more as a coach and mentor.
Is there a risk that your song and dance routine could lose its magic?
"Get 'em early. Get 'em interested"
There is nothing worse than being asked to train some dry, compulsory theory topic that they have all heard before and all know the answers to, because they have all ‘done this one before’.
Their body language says it all – ‘not again! I dare you to get me interested. What time is lunch?’
In this set of videos, we will look at the principles of how to achieve Early Engagement with some good ‘Framing up’ activities, and how to build in the WIIFM (What’s in it for THEM) sales principle into your training. 'How to Hook ‘em, and get 'em open to learning!”
They are full of ideas to excite and engage your students, no matter what content you are teaching.
You will experience PROCESSES that are simple, refreshing, practical and totally relevant to the challenges of teaching today.
Like all the other videos, these are focused on giving you practical ideas to use in your training right from before they arrive to after they leave.
Student engagement is so rewarding and makes your training so much easier for both yourself and the learner. These fun and practical ideas will add excitement and success to your training.
Developing Successful Learners - Training with the Brain in Mind
When we use Brain-Friendly training techniques - Learners learn and learning ‘Sticks’!
This set of videos is full of ideas on how to get your students in a resourceful Learning State. You might be ready to teach but are they ready to learn?
Here are a series of videos that explain the importance of designing great activities to engage the learners' minds and focus them on the learning.
If you do this, your job will be easy, as they will be both consciously and unconsciously focused on the learning you want them working on and absorbing.
Examples of these activities are described in full so they can be modelled and adjusted to fit your content brief.
Exciting Learner Environments
Are you tired of competing with SMS Messages to get and keep your student's attention?
This highly practical set of videos will rekindle both your passion for teaching and your student’s desire to learn.
Recapture your enthusiasm with techniques which will ensure your delivery is motivating, attention-grabbing and enjoyable - both for you and your students.
We all learn in different ways and this workshop will ensure that your delivery reaches the widest audience possible.
It will give you many skills, tips and strategies to get your subject matter across - be 100% effective and have fun doing it! Refresh and upgrade your skills and excite your students to learn … and to keep on learning.
It will stimulate and challenge your thinking about training and provide you with proven techniques that guarantee learning. If you’re keen to sharpen your skills; to deliver more effective training; to be operating at the leading edge, then these are the videos you’ve been looking for!
Managing the Training Environment
Good leadership also requires good management skills.
Here are some video ideas to establish Leadership in the training environment.
You will learn how to make ‘time’ your friend; manage difficult people and work the room to achieve positive learning.
These videos include ideas to centre yourself and quickly put you in a clear frame of mind throughout the day.
You will be using proven, practical ways to manage and lead the learning environment.