Date(s) - May 26, 2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Regent College (Room 100)
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Effective teaching is more than good intentions. It requires effective design. This interactive workshop will introduce a learning-centered approach to teaching adults that is purposeful, engaging, and collaborative. More than another technique, this relational approach is grounded in how God has created people to learn, and maximizes the possibility of impact in the lives of the learners.
This workshop will benefit anyone seeking to enhance their ability to design and facilitate transformative adult learning experiences in their teaching (including Regent students, church leaders, adult Sunday School teachers, Bible study leaders, community group facilitators, and other ministry contexts). Participants will have the opportunity to create learning designs that are both meaningful and relevant to their learners.
By the end of this workshop, you will have:
- Analyzed six core principles of how adults learn, compared them to your experience as an adult learner, and used them in a practice learning design;
- Distinguished between a learning-centered and teaching-centered approach;
- Examined ways to teach holistically using three learning domains;
- Used the 8 steps of design to create a session for your teaching ministry context;
- Used the 4A model in writing learning tasks to maximize learning.
This event will be held on Saturday, May 26th from 9 am–4 pm in Room 100. Registration fee is $100. Space is limited, so please register now!