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Sharon Bowman, author. How to Design Great Training: Begin with the End in Mind. For trainers, teachers, instructors, learning facilitators, and educators.

Sharon Bowman, author. How to Design Great Training: Begin with the End in Mind. For trainers, teachers, instructors, learning facilitators, and educators.

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    • Fortrainers, teachers, To remember this and instructors content longer,by Sharon Bowman download and print the worksheet that accompanies this presentation. Worksheet URL: http://www.slideshare.net/sharonbowman/wor ksheet-for-how-to-design-great-training-begin- with-the-end-in-mind
    • She is abeginning trainer. aka: teacher, instructor, learning facilitator
    • She is abeginning trainer. aka: teacher, instructor, learning facilitator Hi. I haven’t designed or delivered training yet, but I’m willing to learn.
    • aka: mentor, guide, master trainer, master teacher
    • aka: mentor, guide, master trainer, master teacher Who is wearingthe coach’s cap?YOU! That’s who.
    • aka: mentor, guide, master trainer, master teacher Who is wearingthe coach’s cap?YOU! That’s who. You are helping Anisha learn how to design great training.
    • Ask yourself 3 questions:
    • Ask yourself 3 questions: 1. What does Anisha need to know?
    • Ask yourself 3 questions: 1. What does Anisha need to know? 2. How will Anisha know she has learned it?
    • Ask yourself 3 questions: 1. What does Anisha need to know? 2. How will Anisha know she has learned it? 3. What will Anisha be able to do with it?
    • Anisha needs to ask herself the same 3 questions about HER learners:
    • Anisha needs to ask herself the same 3 questions about HER learners: 1. What do learners need to know? 2. How will they know they have learned it? 3.What will they be able to do with it?
    • If you don’t have the worksheet,write the questions on a blankpiece of paper.
    • Hi, Anisha. Let’s talk about how to organize the content you plan to teach.Good. What do Ineed to know aboutorganizing content?
    • If you don’t have the worksheet,use blank paper and write aone-sentence definition of“need-to-know” content.
    • Choose 1 response:
    • Choose 1 response. Yes, this is the most helpful response. Anisha can also allow learners to make their own action choices from the list.
    • So, Anisha, whatobservable actions willlearners do to demonstratethat they’ve learned thecontent? I will have learners explain the content to each other and then ask each other questions about it. They will also take a written test and compare their answers with the correct ones.
    • If you don’t have the worksheet,write an example of an observableaction for learners to do.
    • Let’s discuss how we can usethis information back on thejob.
    • Let’s discuss how we can use this information back on the job.I’ve written an action planso that I will remember thenew procedures.
    • Let’s discuss how we can use this information back on the job.I’ve written an action planso that I will remember thenew procedures. Based on what I’ve learned, I’ve made a commitment to change some of the ways I do my work.
    • group discussion pair-share written action plans(written or verbalcommitments to use thecontent in specific ways)
    • Tell me, Anisha, what do you plan to do with what you have learned from this coaching session? I will teach only the need-to know content. Also, I will have learners do something observable with the content to show that they have learned it. And I will have them discuss how they planBRAVO! A great to use the information afterway to begin to the training is over.design greattraining!
    • THANKS,COACH!
    • If you don’t have theworksheet, write a onesentence summaryof how YOU plan touse the content fromthis presentation.
    • 1. What do 2. How will learners they know need to they have know? learned it? 3. What will they bePost them whereyou will remember able to doto use them the with it?next time you trainor teach.
    • Go to the following on slideshare.net: “Different Trumps Same” “Movement Trumps Sitting”Teaching Adults ANYTHING in 4 Easy Steps”
    • SharonBowmanwww.Bowperson.com
    • Books by Sharon Bowman www.amazon.com for book purchaseswww.Bowperson.com for free book excerpts
    • More books bySharon Bowman www.amazon.com for book purchases www.Bowperson.com for free book excerpts