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  • Seven Principles to Deliver Training Effectively
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  • Seven Principles to Deliver Training Effectively
    • The Principle of The Learning Specialist
    • The Principle of The Learner
    • The Principle of The Language
    • The Principle of The Lesson
    • The Principle of The Teaching Process
    • The Principle of The Learning Process
    • The Principle of Review and Application
  • Principle 1 : The Learning Specialist A learning specialist must know the program, lesson, subject, skill, or truth to be taught.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 1
    • Prepare each lesson by fresh study and review.
    • Illustrate new ideas, concepts, truths, and facts in terms of the every­day experiences of the learners.
    • Discover the "natural order" of material or information to be presented.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 1
    • Whenever possible relate the material to the lives of the learners
    • Set aside a definite time for study for each session or lesson, in advance of the instruction.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 1
    • Learning specialists should not limit themselves to the training aids at hand
    • It is important to remember that complete mastery of just a few ideas is better than an ineffective smattering of many
  • Principle 2 : The Learner A learner must attend with interest to the program, lesson, or subject.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 2
    • Never begin a training session until the attention (active) of the learners has been secured.
    • Pause whenever attention is interrupted or lost; wait until it is completely regained before you begin again.
    • Never completely exhaust the attention of the learners.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 2
    • Appeal whenever possible to the personal interests of the learners.
    • Use a variety of instructional methods to arouse the attention of the learners.
    • Identify sources of distraction and reduce them to a minimum.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 2
    • Make the presentation as attractive as possible, using illustrations, graphics, and training aids.
    • Use third-party stories, dialogue, and analogies whenever possible to illustrate the point.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 2
    • Prepare before the session several thought-provoking questions .
    • Maintain appropriate eye contact with the learners and use appropriate voice inflection and body language
  • Principle 3 : The Language The language used as a medium between the learning specialist and the learner must be common to both
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 3
    • Use the simplest and fewest words that will express the desired meaning .
    • Study carefully and constantly the language of the learners.
    • Test the learners' understanding of the words frequently to make certain that they are not being incorrectly used.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 3
    • Use short sentences of the simplest construction.
    • Use illustrations to help the learners understand the meaning of words and symbols.
    • If the learners fail to understand, repeat the idea or thought in other language, or use an analogy or example.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 3
    • If the learners fail to understand, repeat the idea or thought in other language, or use an analogy or example.
    • Identify the terms, symbols, and language that the learners are familiar with prior to the session and adjust the program accordingly.
  • Principle 4: The Lesson The information or skill to be mastered must be explicable in terms of information already known by the learner — the unknown must be explained by means of the known.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 4
    • Discover what the learners know of the subject, topic, and material ; this is the starting point.
    • Utilize the learners' knowledge and experience.
    • Relate every lesson—as much as possible—to former lessons as well as to the experiences of the learners.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 4
    • Arrange the presentation so that each step of the lesson leads easily and naturally to the next.
    • Use illustrations that the learners can identify with.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 4
    • Encourage the learners to make use of their own knowledge.
    • As much as possible, choose the problems that you assign to the learners from their own activities and interests .
  • Principle 5 : The Teaching Process The teaching process must be arousing , using the learner's mind to grasp the desired thought or to master the desired skill.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 5
    • Excite the learners' interest in the subject, lesson, and/or material through statement of inquiry or thought-provoking questions.
    • Consider it a principal responsibility to awaken the minds of the learners and to not rest until each learner demonstrates his or her mental activity and involvement.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 5
    • Place yourself frequently in the position of the learners and join in their search for additional information and knowledge.
    • Allow learners time to sort out the material and gain understanding.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 5
    • Repress the desire to tell all you know or think about the subject, lesson, or topic .
    • Be dedicated to beginning each session in a manner that stirs interests and activity
  • Principle 6 : The Learning Process The learning process must turn one's own understanding of a new idea or truth into an overt habit that demonstrates the new awareness .
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 6
    • Help the learners form a clear idea of the work to be done .
    • Ask the learners to express in words or in writing the meaning of the session or lesson as they understand it.
    • Answer the questions of the learners in a non-threatening manner.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 6
    • Strive to make the learners self-directed and independent investigators.
    • Seek constantly to develop in learners a profound regard for truth as something noble and enduring
  • Principle 7 : Review and Application The evidence of individual development must be reflected through a reviewing, rethinking, reproduction, and applying of the material, information, truth, or skill that has been communicated.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 7
    • Realize that reviews are a part of the instructional process .
    • Establish a set time for review.
    • Get into the habit of providing a review at the completion of each lesson as well as after each section or at the close of a topic or subject.
  • Rules to Apply for Principle 7
    • Seek comprehensive and complete groupings of material.
    • Identify as many applications as possible .
    • Demand that learners rethink material and information into a personal understanding and orientation
  • Source of Reference: Jerry Gillet and Seteven Eggland, Principles of Human Resource Development , Perseus Books Group.