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Welcome to. Leader as Teacher. Please pick an object out of the basket that represents adult learners or you as an adult learner. Be prepared to share out. What’s in a name?. Leader as Teacher:. Influencing Community and Individuals. Agenda. Course Objectives and Syllabus Survival

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Leader as teacher

Welcome to

Leader as Teacher

Please pick an object out of the basket that represents adult learners or you as an adult learner. Be prepared to share out.


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What’s in a name?

Leader as Teacher:

Influencing Community and Individuals


Agenda

Agenda

  • Course Objectives and Syllabus

  • Survival

  • Situational Leadership

    BREAK

  • Best/Worst Learning Experiences

  • Adult Learning-Maslow/Bloom

  • Needs of Adult Learners

    LUNCH-meet in lab

  • Electronic Learning Community (ELC)

  • Learning Styles Inventory

  • Strengths Finder Explained


Course philosophy

Course Philosophy

  • flying


Course goal

Course Goal

At the end of this course, you will have a

- developing understanding of the needs of the adult learner, what it means for you as an educator, and leader.

  • how to create effective and engaging learner-focused, assessment-based instruction.


Objective at the end of this course you will be able to

Objective:At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Develop an understanding for the needs and learning styles of adult learners.

  • Connect adult learning with strengths-based leadership.

  • Learn how to plan for authentic, learner-focused, assessment-based learning.

  • Incorporate effective instructional strategies into teaching.


Leader as teacher

What do you believe about how adults learn?


Leader as teacher

  • What was the worst learning experience you ever had as an adult?


Leader as teacher

  • What was the best learning experience you ever had as an adult?


What are the needs of the adult learner

What are the needs of the adult learner?


Maslow hierarchy of needs

Maslow Hierarchy of Needs


Bloom s taxonomy levels of thinking questioning and learning

Bloom’s TaxonomyLevels of Thinking, Questioning, and Learning


Is there a connection

Is there a connection?

What’s the connection between Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs andBloom’s Taxonomy of Learning?


Situational leadership

Situational Leadership


After lunch meet in lab 205 206

After LunchMeet in Lab 205/206

  • ELC access and introduction


Learning styles

Learning Styles

  • What learning style do you prefer?

    http://www.personal.psu.edu/bxb11/LSI/LSI.htm


Select your lesson topic play or pass

Select Your Lesson TopicPlay or Pass


Next class

Next Class

  • Share your course expectations(in discussion board in ELC)

  • Complete Strengthsfinder 2.0/ and Strengths Based Leadership Assessment Profile. Don’t share your results with each other. Please post your results in the ELC Gradebook.

  • Respond to ELC Discussion Question

  • Research your topic


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