INTERACTIVE TRAINING AND TEACHING TECHNIQUES



The main strategy of modern education should focus on the student's independent activity, the organization of self-learning environments and experimental and practical training, where students have a choice of actions and can use flexible training programs.



Price: €350 per person Language: English N° of partecipants: 8 minimum Location: Portsmouth - Rimini - Malaga Duration: 5 days - 30 hours

Today, we should talk about the use of interactive methods of training, which encourage interest in the profession; promote the efficient acquisition of training material; form patterns of conduct; provide high motivation, strength, knowledge, team spirit and freedom of expression; and most importantly, contribute to the complex competences of future specialists.

The main aim of the course is to give an overview of the modern teaching methods with a strong potential to form the competences of future professionals; to provide guidance in designing dynamic and interactive lessons through the use of role games, simulations and case studies to improve trainer’s competences.

The course comprises 5 Days:

1st day:

  • Teaching Techniques – an overview: Introduction to the course: “Innovative teaching Techniques” – group rules Moderational Discussion: What is the role of the trainer. What he/she has to know. What should he/she be able to do. Conclusions and recommendations from the participants
  • Choosing the structure and type for the theme of the training - design and focus. Principles. Planning and preliminary preparation
  • Building presentation skills. Methods and techniques in interactive training. Practical skills to conduct training. Facilitation and analysing skills of exercises in role-playing, case studies, simulations. Best practice exchange and map of training needs for the course
  • 2nd day:

  • Interactive teaching and learning techniques or how to make your lesson interesting
  • Basic rules for the application of practical skills to conduct a training. Rules for successful creation of simulations. Individual work to create interactive and innovative tools. Preparation of personal presentation and presentation to the participants and receiving feedback from the trainer. Guide to the Galaxy trainer - formulate rules in the group for conducting training. Rules for storytelling
  • Placing a well-defined goal of the training. Preparation of program / structuring content / -which is the optimal \"dose\"?; cocktail of teaching methods. Audience Analysis - how people learn and change their behavior. Preliminary preparation of students
  • 3nd day:

  • Personal style of teaching. Ability to speak in front of audience. Ability to work with flipchart, board. Ability to give instructions. Ability to cope with challenging participants - types and techniques. Use of the various tools and techniques for maintaining the participants’ interest. Ability to give constructive feedback to the participants
  • Facilitating and leading trainings
  • How to use fables, parables, stories and anecdotes Ice braking games, simulation games and TV games
  • How to use music and fine arts; film and video. How to use theatre in the training
  • Analysis and self-assessment of personal teaching style
  • 4th day:

  • Conflict management during the training: How conflicts arise? Types of conflicts and their causes Phases of conflict
  • Techniques for managing conflict situations. Techniques of mediation. Phases and milestones
  • Styles of behaviour in conflict situations
  • 5th day:

  • Effective communication skills. Verbal and non-verbal communication. Communication process and assessment of nonverbal behaviour. Giving and receiving feedback. Exercise techniques for giving feedback. Trust reservoir. The role of attitudes and expectations in communication process. Sensuous listening
  • Ability to ask open and closed questions. Errors and defence mechanisms in communication process. Exercising sensuous listening. Exercising active listening techniques. Exercising techniques for questioning, listening
  • Evaluation and conclusion