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02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
02 Start-up PPT for an ISW
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02 Start-up PPT for an ISW

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For Instructional Skill Workshops, I start with this PowerPoint and then do an icebreaker. This PPT introduces the workshop.

For Instructional Skill Workshops, I start with this PowerPoint and then do an icebreaker. This PPT introduces the workshop.

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  • 1. BCITBCIT Instructional Skills WorkshopInstructional Skills Workshop August 19August 19thth to August 22to August 22ndnd Peter FenrichPeter Fenrich Instructional Development ConsultantInstructional Development Consultant Learning and Teaching Centre (bcit.ca/ltc)Learning and Teaching Centre (bcit.ca/ltc) British Columbia Institute of TechnologyBritish Columbia Institute of Technology Peter_Fenrich@bcit.caPeter_Fenrich@bcit.ca 604-432-8817 (w)604-432-8817 (w) 604-421-2155 (h)604-421-2155 (h)
  • 2. HousekeepingHousekeeping  WashroomsWashrooms  Food / Drink - AnytimeFood / Drink - Anytime  Dress for possible physical activityDress for possible physical activity  Turn off cell phonesTurn off cell phones  Lunch is provided - $10 meal ticketLunch is provided - $10 meal ticket  Schedule 9:00 to 4:00Schedule 9:00 to 4:00  Evening preparation of mini-lessonsEvening preparation of mini-lessons  Full participation is required on all four daysFull participation is required on all four days  Any reason you cannot fully participate?Any reason you cannot fully participate?
  • 3. ISW HistoryISW History  BC program developed in 1978 for post-secondaryBC program developed in 1978 for post-secondary educators to survive and thriveeducators to survive and thrive  Revised in 1982, 1989, 1993, 2003, 2006Revised in 1982, 1989, 1993, 2003, 2006  Spread to every BC post-secondary institute, the territories,Spread to every BC post-secondary institute, the territories, other provinces, and some US states. In over 34 countriesother provinces, and some US states. In over 34 countries and the number is growing.and the number is growing.  For new and experienced instructors and trainers in publicFor new and experienced instructors and trainers in public and private schools, business, government…and private schools, business, government…  Equals BC Instructor Dip. Program 3220 courseEquals BC Instructor Dip. Program 3220 course  Course credit is “completion”, no marks are givenCourse credit is “completion”, no marks are given  Official BCIT transcript:Official BCIT transcript: http://www.bcit.ca/files/pdf/admission/transcriptrequest.pdf
  • 4. Learning Through an ISWLearning Through an ISW  Based on principles of adult learningBased on principles of adult learning  Is competency-based instructionIs competency-based instruction  Utilizes an experiential learning cycle:Utilizes an experiential learning cycle: - Real teaching experience- Real teaching experience - Reflection on the experience- Reflection on the experience - Learning through caring, growth-- Learning through caring, growth- producing, peer-based feedbackproducing, peer-based feedback - Planning for a new experience utilizing- Planning for a new experience utilizing what you learnedwhat you learned  This core is foundational to ISWsThis core is foundational to ISWs
  • 5. Kolb’s Learning CycleKolb’s Learning Cycle  The experiential learning cycle is based on Kolb’sThe experiential learning cycle is based on Kolb’s Learning CycleLearning Cycle
  • 6. Workshop Activities – Day 1Workshop Activities – Day 1  IntroductionIntroduction  Characteristics of effective instructorsCharacteristics of effective instructors  The learning processThe learning process  Learning outcomesLearning outcomes  BOPPPS modelBOPPPS model  Feedback processFeedback process  Mini-lessonMini-lesson
  • 7. Activities – Days 2 to 4Activities – Days 2 to 4  Morning special session (e.g., learningMorning special session (e.g., learning styles…)styles…)  You will each deliver a ten-minute mini-You will each deliver a ten-minute mini- lesson to the rest, who are “learners”lesson to the rest, who are “learners”  ““Learners” provide constructive written andLearners” provide constructive written and verbal feedbackverbal feedback  Video feedback for you to watch in theVideo feedback for you to watch in the eveningevening –– It will be put onto the USB memory stickIt will be put onto the USB memory stick
  • 8. Mini-lesson Cycle - Days 2 to 4Mini-lesson Cycle - Days 2 to 4  Set up – 10 minutesSet up – 10 minutes  Lesson delivery – 10 minutesLesson delivery – 10 minutes  Reflection/Written feedback – 5 to 7 minutesReflection/Written feedback – 5 to 7 minutes  Verbal feedback – 13 to 15 minutesVerbal feedback – 13 to 15 minutes ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Practice, reflection, and feedback help you improve.Practice, reflection, and feedback help you improve.  Three mini-lessons enable discovery, experimentation, andThree mini-lessons enable discovery, experimentation, and consolidation.consolidation.  You can challenge yourself. For example, teach one lessonYou can challenge yourself. For example, teach one lesson in each learning domain: Intellectual (thinking), Psychomotorin each learning domain: Intellectual (thinking), Psychomotor (physical), and Affective (attitudes, beliefs, and values).(physical), and Affective (attitudes, beliefs, and values).  Ask before teaching a potentially controversial lesson.Ask before teaching a potentially controversial lesson.
  • 9. Workshop GoalsWorkshop Goals  Follow the BOPPPS instructional modelFollow the BOPPPS instructional model (This is the foundation of ISWs.)(This is the foundation of ISWs.)  Write practical lesson plansWrite practical lesson plans  Write appropriate learning outcomesWrite appropriate learning outcomes  Support varying learner needsSupport varying learner needs  Conduct participatory lessonsConduct participatory lessons  Effectively question in lessonsEffectively question in lessons  Use common instructional resources and mediaUse common instructional resources and media  Give and receive constructive feedbackGive and receive constructive feedback
  • 10. Expectations of YouExpectations of You  Actively participateActively participate  Ask questions (which helps everyone)Ask questions (which helps everyone)  Share experiences (which helps everyone)Share experiences (which helps everyone)  Be open mindedBe open minded  Take time to reflect and learnTake time to reflect and learn
  • 11. ResourcesResources  ISW manual and the job aidsISW manual and the job aids  Free and modifiable images/media from:Free and modifiable images/media from: - http://search.creativecommons.org/#- http://search.creativecommons.org/# - Check the “Use for commercial purposes” box- Check the “Use for commercial purposes” box - Check the “Modify, adapt, or build upon” box- Check the “Modify, adapt, or build upon” box - Put in your search term- Put in your search term - Click on “Google Image”, “Wikimedia Commons”,- Click on “Google Image”, “Wikimedia Commons”, ““Flickr”, or …Flickr”, or …  Wikipedia has many free images but check rightsWikipedia has many free images but check rights by clicking the image, and state the linkby clicking the image, and state the link  YouTube (only give students the link, not the file)YouTube (only give students the link, not the file)
  • 12. What questionsWhat questions about the workshopabout the workshop do you still have?do you still have?

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