Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Instilling in the student an understanding of the structure of the course Instilling in the student the need for a clear roadmap for the presentation of information
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the schedule for presentation of the course Model the presentation of schedule information for the student Instructor should: Enter the times anticipated for each topic Enter the times for course start, finish and all breaks Briefly go over the course schedule and explain that the time schedule is a target. Discuss any parameters that the course will have to adhere to regarding time such as a requirement to vacate the room at a certain time.
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Elimination of student anxiety around environmental elements of the classroom environment Model the presentation of procedural and environmental classroom information Instructor should: Make copies of all course materials available to students prior to beginning of course Enter general details (replace examples on this slide) Go over the miscellaneous details
Introductions are suggested but optional Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: The creation of a collegial classroom atmosphere The accomplishment of a shared participatory experience for the students as a way to facilitate more open communication Instructor should: Review the questions on the Introductions slide and modify to fit your needs and instructional style Walk each participant through the list of introduction questions. This is an opportunity for the instructor to explore the existing knowledge and capabilities of the students. Knowledge gathered here will assist the instructor in tailoring the course to the level of the students. If there are students that have previously led courses or who are actual instructors ask them to elaborate on the course they have taught and provide any insight they may have regarding the leading of courses. Use this section of the course to initiate informal discourse with you and among the students. This will lead to a more casual and free-flowing classroom atmosphere where students will see themselves as collaborators with the instructor.
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Clear establishment of the module objectives Clear establishment of the importance and significance of the Introduction segment of course presentation Effective modeling of the presentation of module objectives Instructor should: Explain that the introduction to this course was a model for how they should introduce the subject courses that they will lead. Explain that a proper introduction assures students that the course they are participating in is well conceived and is right for them Explain that it is important for students to feel that they have information about the environment, procedures and behavior expectations so that distraction can be avoided. Explain that student engagement is critical to adult instruction and that this is facilitated when students feel that their needs have been considered. Explain that diminishing student anxiety and shyness will lead to questions that are more forthcoming and discussions that are more engaging and a well executed class introduction will support these conditions
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the significance of clearly delineating prerequisites Establish the significance of delineating the appropriate course audience Establish the significance of introducing and qualifying the course instructor(s) Instructor should: Explain that allowing unqualified students to attend the class can lead to distraction and failure to meet subject course goals Display an example of the populated Prerequisite/Audience/Instructor Intro screen for a subject course Explain that all classes will be aimed at a specific audience Explain that the Precise ID Guide requires that a course designer develop an audience profile based on an analysis of who will be performing the tasks the subject course is designed to teach Explain that if possible, instructors should consult with the course designer to acquire an understanding of the audience profile Explain that the instructor should make that profile known to the students so that they might self-evaluate their ability to participate—particularly if the class has no prerequisites Explain that each instructor must develop their own personal profile and introduce it to the class Explain that careful thought should be given to creating an identity (profile) that assures the student of the instructor’s qualifications while also creating a sense of accessibility and transparency
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the significance of a well planned course schedule Demonstrate presentation of a course schedule Instructor should: Explain that each instructor should enter a detailed schedule into the subject course PowerPoint presentation for the subject course they will teach Explain that the schedule should cover teaching time as well as when meal, health and outside communications breaks will take place Explain that this sets up a time framework that will help keep things on schedule Explain that a detailed schedule provides the students with assurances that their needs have been considered and lets them know when they can expect breaks, etc. Present the example schedule
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the range of topics that should be covered when discussing Procedures and Information Establish the significance of presenting Procedures and General Information Instructor should: Explain that course instructors will need to enter this information into their subject course PowerPoint presentation Explain that careful consideration should be given by subject course instructors to the details to include here Explain that instructors should consider what is the best class room decorum for their instructional style and then generate their procedures to support that decorum
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the significance of classroom introductions Present methodologies and parameters for conducting introductions Instructor should: Explain that instructors need to evaluate the importance of student introductions to the subject course and to classroom decorum Explain that intros can be as simple as the instructor reading the names of each participant or as elaborate as the instructor asking each student a series of self revealing questions
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Revisit of module objectives so student and instructor might evaluate whether module objectives have been accomplished Modeling of the concluding of a module by conducting the re-visitation of module objectives The instructor should reiterate that: Completion of the class introduction will help to put students at ease and help to avoid potential distractions during the conducting of the subject course Potential problems might arise as far as students not having sufficient knowledge to handle the subject course material
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish that the course objective is to learn to instruct class topics Establish that there is a considered methodology and strategy to the development of courses Modeling of the presentation of module objectives Instructor should: Explain that this module concerns teaching the content of Precise subject course Explain that the information in each subject course was developed according to the Precise Instructional Guidelines Encourage students to review the Instructional Design Guide to better understand how the instructional information is organized
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish that the objective of this module is to enable instructors to present course topic material in the fashion intended by the course designer Instructor should: Explain that each subject course module is designed according to established procedures and strategies Explain that the module will discuss instructional methodologies and strategies that course designers might employ and instructors might use
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish that each instructional module will begin with a slide delineating module objectives Establish difference between course goals and module objectives Establish the significance of presenting module objectives Establish that instructors should evaluate progress toward meeting module objectives in real time and that instruction should continue until objectives appear to be met Establish that module objectives are designed to support the accomplishment of Course goals Instructor should: Explain that each subject course module will begin with a module objective slide Explain that each module objective slide will have notes in the speaker’s notes area that elaborate on the objectives Explain that instructors should Introduce and elaborate on each objective Explain that instructors should use Q&A at his discretion to determine whether the objectives are understood by the students Explain that instructors should assure students that the information that will be imparted to support the objectives will be revisited throughout the course and is important to the overall course goals If possible insert a Module Objective slide from a subject course here and discuss the example
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the range of instructional elements that a course designer might employ when creating the topic modules Establish that course designers have followed a specific strategy and set of instructions when designing the course and organizing topic information Instructor should: Explain that the subject course PowerPoint Presentation will have bullets on screen and elaborate notes about how to discuss the bulleted information in the speaker’ notes area Explain that the course designer may have used or specified the use of PowerPoint production elements like builds, wipes animations and slide transitions and that instructions and cues for using them will be included in the speaker’s notes area Explain that illustrations, charts and graphs and even multimedia elements may be included in the instructional slides of the ppt and that instructions for explaining them and using them will be in the speaker’s notes area Explain that the course designer has followed specific instructions about how much information should be included on each slide and that the reason for that is that instructional information needs to be presented in discreet chunks and should be delivered at a predetermined pace Explain that the course designer has given great attention to what should and should not be included in the course Explain that course designers may have added specific instructions about starting and facilitating open discussions of specific topics and/or specific discussion questions in the speaker's notes area
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the circumstances and conditions that might call for instructional improvisation Establish that students should anticipate the need to improvise and discuss possible improvisation requirements with course designers and /or subject matter experts Instructor should: Explain that it is possible that students will raise questions regarding their particular situation that will require improvisation of course information Explain that instructors should discuss possible improvisations with course designers prior to conducting the course if possible and should improvise based on their knowledge and the needs of the student to the best of their ability
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish that trainers may have to conduct module tests Establish the range of testing modalities a course designer might utilize Instructor should: Explain that subject course designer may have added a module test or formative evaluation to the course using this slide Explain that formative evaluations are to help the instructor and the student evaluate their ability to obtain the objectives of the module Explain that instructions for conducting formative evaluations will be included in the speaker’s notes area Insert and discuss a formative evaluation slide from a subject course here if possible Refer the students to the discussion of formative evaluations in the Precise ID Guide
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish that each course module will conclude with a reiteration of the module objectives Reiterate that revisiting objectives at the end of a module allows student and instructor to self evaluate whether they have received sufficient instruction to meet those objectives The Instructor should: Explain that this is the Module objective slide that comes at the end of each module Explain that the course designer will populate it with pertinent content Explain that each module concludes with a reiteration of the module objectives and how they relate to the course goal Explain that notes regarding discussion of the module objectives will be found in the speaker’s notes area Substitute a Concluding Module Objective slide from a subject course if one is available and explain how it reiterates the module objectives
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Reiteration of the objective to instruct the student in presenting course topic material Afford the student and instructor the opportunity to self-evaluate whether the module objective has been met The Instructor should: Reiterate the objective and initiate a discussion of the topics and whether the students feel sufficiently comfortable with leading topic instruction.
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish the objectives of this module of the Train the Trainer Course Instructor should: Explain that an orderly conclusion closes the loop on a course Explain that a proper conclusion assures that instructors have evaluated the success of the course at imparting the subject course information.
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Establish that some courses may have a summative evaluation that tests a students ability to meet course goals Instructor should: Explain that courses may or may not include a Summative Evaluation Explain the conducting of the subject course Summative Evaluation if one exists Explain that specific instructions for conducting Summative Evaluations will be in the speaker’s notes area
If a subject course is available have students conduct select modules from the course Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Test the ability of students to conduct class modules
Instruction underlying this slide should accomplish: Test the ability of students to conduct class modules Have students write out answers to on-screen questions. Once all students have completed answering questions, call on individual students for their answers as a way to gauge understanding of the course material and instigate discussion. Keeping in mind that the point of the test is to evaluate the students’ ability to meet the goals of this class and that the Summative Evaluation is a way to check that and then revisit any subjects that need reiteration. Possible answers to question 1: Students will understand any prerequisites Students will feel course is well conceived Students will understand that their personal needs will be taken into consideration Students will feel comfortable in the classroom environment Students will know the schedule for the class (how long the class will take) Answer to question 2: At the beginning and end of the course Answer to question 3: False: the goal of a course is to enable a student to DO something they couldn't previously do Answer to question 4: At the end of a module Answer to question 5: False: formative evaluations help the instructor and student understand whether the information in a module has been understood an assimilated Answer to question 6: In the speaker’s notes area Answer to question 7 Yes—because it will make students feel confident that an instructor has mastery of the topic
Answer to question 8: The Precise Instructional Design Guidelines and the Precise Instructional Design PowerPoint Template Answer to question 9: Consult with the course designer prior to teaching the course and ask if he /she is aware of any student group that might require that the course be modified. Ask about any modification he/she might suggest. Answer to question 10: In the speaker’s notes area of the PowerPoint presentation