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    UHI Millennium Institute, HoTLS, How to Motivate Golf Management Students UHI Millennium Institute, HoTLS, How to Motivate Golf Management Students Presentation Transcript

    • Dr Rob Macpherson, 14th August 2008
    • Students @ the CentreUnderstanding each student, andtheir individual learning experiences,is central to the successful running ofany activity, module or courseFrom Day 1, I make clear to the studentthat their learning journey is primaryThroughout the course I endeavour tocommunicate regularly, clearly, fairlyand timeously
    • ClarityEnergyQualityHonestyVarietyKey Principles
    • ClarityObjectives and purpose of assessmentsAccurate student/module handbookContext of the learningUp-to-date reading listsLearning outcomes/benchmarksLearning expectations for module
    • EnergyIn the classroom/out of the classroomFoster student-led learningTeaching informed by personal researchFlexibility and adaptabilityA state of “constant vigilance”Demonstrate enthusiasm for the subject
    • QualityCommitted to Continuous PersonalDevelopmentStrong believer in experiential educationMix of theoretical/practical experienceValue core skills for employabilityAwareness of QA and QE agendasTrack record of quality teaching
    • VarietyUse targets and rewardsSmall and large group exercisesVary assessment types and formsDiversity of case-study based learningEncourage self-directed learningMix classroom learning with field trips
    • HonestyWhen having fun...enjoy it!When asked a direct question...answer itProvide honest feedback, constructivelyWhen lacking knowledge...admit itWhen dealing with a problem...face itKeep it simple, when it can/should be
    • ConclusionLecturer/student relationshipProperly challenging course materialWell organized courseActive student engagement in learningVariety of teaching & learning stylesCurrency and relevance of materialLecturer knowledge and enthusiasmPracticals/appropriate case studies