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

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

  1. 1. Dr Rob Macpherson, 14th August 2008
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. ClarityEnergyQualityHonestyVarietyKey Principles
  4. 4. ClarityObjectives and purpose of assessmentsAccurate student/module handbookContext of the learningUp-to-date reading listsLearning outcomes/benchmarksLearning expectations for module
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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

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