The greatest gift an educator can give a student is an experience of learning that is empowering, engaging an exciting.
One of the most unfortunate mistakes an trainer/educator can make is teaching all students the same way, or using old, outdated, or obsolete methods of classroom delivery. Falling into this trap can take an educator that was destined to be “great” - to remain just an another “ordinary” teacher.
This video is to ensure this never happens to you (or your students) again and teach you the critical considerations and techniques you need to use in every lesson to ensure all of you students are catered for.
It will cover how to create powerful lesson overviews; how to teach using all the senses to ensure to maximise learning; and how to deliver your learning content in such a way that engages all of your learners’ brain. The proven methods you will learn will dramatically enhance your teaching delivery, and your ensure students can easily recall and use all skills and knowledge taught easily, after every lesson you
From the Brain Friendly Training guru "of 30 years" - Laurie Kelly
What Will You Learn:
- Critical techniques needed in every situation
- How to create powerful lesson overviews
- How to teach using all the senses to maximise learning
- How to deliver the lessons that engages all of your learners’ brain
Why Should You Attend:
- Teaching students the same method is a mistake every educator make
- Proven methods dramatically enhances your teaching delivery
- Students will easily recall every lesson
- A “great” educator is better than an “ordinary” teacher
Videos included are:
- Visual Overview
'What are we going to do' - tell them first in a different way!
Give them the BIG picture. To truly engage Learners from the start you need to give them the big picture and overview. This video gives you a Brain friendly alternative way of doing this as opposed to the usual Power Point slide with the typed-up bullet point Expectations and Learning Outcomes. It is a powerful explanation of the journey these videos are going to take you on.
- VAKT Part 1
Identify and use all our ways of learning!
Learning from a position of strength. This video explores the four Perceptual styles of Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic and Tactile Learners and advocates that we aim to identify our main system when learning, and lead with this one but to really extend and entrench learning we need to use all four. As educators we need to use all four in our delivery. This video helps to explain these perceptual styles so you in turn can explain them to your students.
- Memory Challenge
Yes, you can remember a list of random words!
Pushing the “Grey Matter”. If you are prepared to actively participant in the fun offered by this video you will blow your mind with the amount of information you can recall. Be aware you may need to close the door. This video demonstrates the power of using all four Perceptual style together (VAKT)
- VAKT Round Robin
Get all your group to share their ideas - not just the confident ones!
Brain Storming is only one way to get groups to thinking and sharing ideas. Very often it is no where near as good as we think it is. This Video introduces you to a technique called the Noisy Round Robin. It harnesses the thoughts of everyone in the room not just the confident few. Ways to get engage all perceptual styles ( VAKT) is the topic and 82 ideas is the answer in 8 min of work.
- Flipped Classroom
Set the Brain up First - then teach!
Flipped classrooms are a fantastic innovation to set the Brain up first for the understanding of theory and before practical classes. They are simple and easy for both yourself to produce and your students to learn using the resources today’s technology offers. In this video Laurie explains what they are and how to develop them with your own with your content
- Left & Right Brain
Why our brain may influence our learning!
While we no longer talk about Left and Right Brain dominant learners because of recent studies in Brain plasticity, this video module looks at Left and Right Brain tendencies. It is still very useful to look at Left and Right brain thinking and tendencies as this has real implications for educators in the training environment. This video will help educators explain to their students some of the experiences they may have had in their schooling and indeed may very well be a liberation for them in their thinking about their own potential as learners.
- Global Learners
Global Learners Rule - identify and give them what they need!
This group is waiting to be blown out of the water. Global Learners are the biggest group of Learners but are the ones left behind by the traditional education system. There are some simple things you can do to really engage them and have them raving. This video will show you how to make your content relevant to Global Learners.
- How to Study
Can your students study?
Many students still must study for and then sit examinations. Yet very few students have been taught how to study using their unique learning approach. This video introduces you to six practical approaches you might use yourself or share with your students.
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