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Train the Trainer

Train the Trainer. Host Facilitator. Be prepared Be available. (same report as previous slide). We Absorb or Retain:. 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see and hear 70% of what we say 90% of what we say as we act. We learn:. 1% through taste

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Train the Trainer

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  1. Train the Trainer

  2. Host Facilitator • Be prepared • Be available

  3. (same report as previous slide) We Absorb or Retain: • 10% of what we read • 20% of what we hear • 30% of what we see • 50% of what we see and hear • 70% of what we say • 90% of what we say as we act

  4. We learn: • 1% through taste • 1.5% through touch • 3.5% through smell • 11% through hearing • 83% through sight

  5. Chinese Proverbs I hear and I forget I see and I remember I do and I understand A picture is worth a thousand words

  6. Bob Pike’s laws of learning: People don’t argue with their own data

  7. Bob Pike’s laws of learning: Learning is directly proportional to the amount of fun you have

  8. Bob Pike’s laws of learning: Learning has not taken place until behavior has changed Arkansasnese: “If it aint caught, it aint taught”

  9. Three Person Teaching Covey • Triple Transfer of Training Pike

  10. 90/20/8 • Adults will sit for 90 minutes • But will retain only 20 minutes of information • We are conditioned to 8 minute spans of information

  11. People Learn in Different Ways Personal Learning Insights Profile

  12. Learning Purpose • Why you want to learn something • Practical • Prefers to learn material that relates to what you already know, and want to know how you can use it • Informative • Prefers new and interesting information, whether its practical or not • Practical/Informative • May learn both, depending upon the situation

  13. Learning Structure • How you structure information, how you want it presented • Specific • Prefer information to be presented in a specific, organized, highly structured manner • General • Prefer information to be presented in a very general way, you make you own structure • Specific/General • Your preference for presentation varies

  14. Learning Activity • How active you want the learning process to be • Participative • You like to be actively involved in the learning process • Reflective • You like to think about the information you take • Participative/Reflective • Comfortable with both

  15. People Learn in Different Ways Brain Dominance

  16. Whole Brain Model Upper Left Cerebral Mode Thinking Process Upper Right Logical Analytical Fact Based Quantitative Holistic Intuitive Integrating Synthesizing Right Mode Thinking Process Left Mode Thinking Process Organized Sequential Planned Detailed Interpersonal Feeling based Kinesthetic Emotional Lower Left Lower Right Limbic Mode Thinking Process

  17. Preferred Learning Styles Quantifying Analyzing Theorizing Logically processing Exploring Discovering Conceptualizing Synthesizing Interest Motivation Passion Sharing Internalizing Moving & Feeling Involving Organizing Sequencing Evaluating Practicing

  18. Whole Brain Teaching & Learning Model • Academic • Results driven • Futuristic • Opportunity • driven Logical Rational Quantitative Theoretical Visual Conceptual Simultaneous Experimental Intellectual Upper FACT BASED OPEN MINDED Left Right Concrete Experiential CONT- ROLLED FEELING Organized Sequential Procedural Methodical Lower Emotional Expressive Interpersonal Kinesthetic • Task • driven • Traditional • Feelings • driven • Humanistic Instinctual

  19. Lecture: facts, details Research findings Higher order reasoning Critical thinking Textbooks, readings Case studies Use of experts Apply logic Metacognition Theories Thinking strategies Instructional StrategiesThinkers (upper left)

  20. Outlining Graphic organizer Checklists, worksheets Number sequences Policies, procedures Organization, summaries Who, what, why, where, when Exercises with steps Problem solving with steps Instructional StrategiesOrganizers (lower left)

  21. Brainstorming Mental pictures Metaphors Active imagination Creativity Illustrations/pictures Pretending Mind mapping, synthesis Holistic exercises (big picture) Painting/drawing Patterns/designs Instructional StrategiesInnovators (upper right)

  22. Cooperative learning Group discussions Role playing Drama/mime Body language Sharing personal experiences Listening and sharing ideas Storytelling Musical and rythmic Interviews Physical activities Instructional StrategiesHumanitarians (lower right)

  23. Present to All Learning Styles OR - know your audience well enough to tailor it to their specific needs

  24. knowledge performance Traditional Learning:Training as an “Event” Before Training Training After Training

  25. knowledge performance measurement Empowered Learning:Training as a “Process” ROI Prepare Participate Perform

  26. Pre- workshop During the workshop 10% 20% 70% Post- workshop Learning Takes Place

  27. Using graphics to enhance learning • Enhances understanding of abstract concepts • Increases retention • Adds interest

  28. Rules for Creating Visuals • Choose your words carefully • Maximum 6 words per line • Maximum 6 lines per visual • Be visual Be VISUAL

  29. Rules for Creating Visuals • Use COLOR • But don’t OVERUSE color • 3 per visual is a good rule of thumb

  30. Rules for Creating Visuals • Each visual should communicate a single idea 1 Idea

  31. Rules for Creating Visuals • Use Highlighting • Or Revelation

  32. Rules for Creating Visuals • Use a maximum of 2 fonts Useamaximumof2fonts

  33. Rules for Creating Visuals • 6 foot rule! • When designing transparencies, if you can read it from 6’ away, it will probably be large enough to read as an overhead • Can you read this? 6 FOOTRULE

  34. Use contrast Use contrast Use contrast Red Hot Exciting Blue Cool Calm Trusting Rules for Creating Visuals

  35. Use overlays PowerPoint Flip Charts Transparencies Rules for Creating Visuals

  36. Use Upper and Lower Case Letters ALL CAPS CAN BE DIFFICULT FOR SOME Upper and Lower Case, with the Right Font is Easier Sometimes bold is better Sometimes bold is not better Rules for Creating Visuals

  37. Go away….. it’s over!

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