Small Group Instructor Training Course (SGITC): Volume 1: Course Management Plan and Student Handbook

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The United States Army is recognized internationally as the standard for complete, efficient and effective adult education. The Army has a tradition of pioneering training systems (including computer-based training) that then transition into the corporate sector. This manual has been continuously tested and updated to successfully educate every member of the modern United States Army. The needs of the instructor, the student, and the Army are perfectly balanced. This is the model all educators should follow when ...
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Overview

The United States Army is recognized internationally as the standard for complete, efficient and effective adult education. The Army has a tradition of pioneering training systems (including computer-based training) that then transition into the corporate sector. This manual has been continuously tested and updated to successfully educate every member of the modern United States Army. The needs of the instructor, the student, and the Army are perfectly balanced. This is the model all educators should follow when developing and delivering training programs.
This book is Volume 1 of a 2 volume set and provides an example of how training materials should be designed and delivered for any adult education training program, but especially for any industry that is subject to government regulation.

Included Documents and Features:

1. Course Management Plan
• Overview
• Administrative Data
• Course Map
• Training Facility Requirements
• Planning
• Instructional Guidance
• Student Evaluation Plan
• Appendix A: Program of Instruction
• Appendix B: Course Management Forms
• Appendix C: Course Critique
• Appendix D: Student Advance Sheets
• Appendix E: Course Schedule
• Appendix F: Seating Charts
• Appendix G: Course Summary
• Appendix H: VTT Suite Equipment

2. Student Handbook
• Student Advance Sheet
• Student Reference
1. Orientation
2. Experiential Learning Cycle
3. Group Development, Consensus, and Feedback
4. Interventions
5. Johari Window
6. Small Group Instruction: Theory and Practice
• Student Guide
- Lesson 1: Orientation
- Lesson 2: Roles/Responsibilities/Definitions
- Lesson 3: Group Development
- Lesson 4: Experiential Learning Cycle
- Lesson 5: Intervention
- Lesson 6: Leaderless Discussions
- Lesson 7: The Conference
- Lesson 8: Role Playing
- Lesson 9: Committee Problem Solving
- Lesson 10: Case Studies

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780983071938
  • Publisher: PharmaLogika
  • Publication date: 4/5/2011
  • Pages: 768
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.53 (d)

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