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Instructors powerpoint 8 2011

  1. 1. AWACUniversity of Scouting<br />October 22, <br />2011<br />8:00 am - <br />4:30 pm<br />Simply Scouting<br />Instructor’s Training<br />Strong Leaders partnering<br />to improve our community<br />
  2. 2. Objectives<br /><ul><li>Instructors will be given their expectations as instructors to make their day at the University of Scouting successful.
  3. 3. Instructors will gain the basic knowledge of how adult learners learn and how to use this knowledge in their presentations.
  4. 4. Instructors will receive training tips to make their presentations informative and fun.
  5. 5. Instructors will learn about the supports from the University of Scouting staff that could help them meet their needs on the training day.</li></li></ul><li>Introductions<br />Your University of Scouting Planning Committee<br />Co-Chancellors: Sue Corbin & Lisa Porter<br />Mentor: Robin Bitting<br />Staff Advisor: Al Brothers III<br />Deans:Directors:<br />Spirit of Scouting: Willie Swygart Director of Food Service: Tara Follrod<br />General Studies: Bill Wyant Director of Registration: Nila Sink<br />Leader Specific: Jeff Smith Director of Logistics: Tanya Irving<br />Cub Scout Studies Mark Farthing Director of Scout Shop: Janice Heniser<br />Boy Scout Studies Ken Wells Directors of Marketing:<br />Venturing Studies Tom & Jan Williams<br /> Dave & Tammy Campbell Directors of Midway & Door Prizes:<br />OA Studies: Jim HuffmanDan & Sherri Ungemach<br />Commissioners: Larry Corbin<br />Doctorate: Jim Thessin <br /> <br /> <br />
  6. 6. Trainer’s Creed<br /><ul><li>I dedicate myself to influencing the lives of youth through the training of Scouting Leaders.
  7. 7. I promise to support and use the recommended literature, materials, and procedures as I carry out my training responsibilities.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>I promise to “Be Prepared” for all sessions to assure an exciting and worthwhile training experience.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>I will help leaders understand their importance to Scouting and will take a personal interest in their success.</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>In carrying out these responsibilities, I promise to “Do My Best”</li></ul>Handout #1<br />
  8. 8. Expectations<br />Before October 22, 2011<br />Registration Form<br />Select what you want for lunch ($7.00)<br />Chance to take classes free of charge<br />Opportunity to turn it in today (deadline Oct. 10th)<br />September 10th is Trainer’s Edge at AWAC<br />Call for a reservation<br />October 21st is Set-up day<br />Volunteer to help<br />Check out your room assignment<br />
  9. 9. Expectations<br /><ul><li>BEFORE cont.
  10. 10. Develop Class Objectives
  11. 11. Post your objectives
  12. 12. Present to your objectives</li></ul>Use the 4 “P” method for your presentation<br /><ul><li> Plan
  13. 13. Prepare
  14. 14. Practice
  15. 15. Personalize</li></li></ul><li>Expectations<br />Expenses<br />Be good stewards of the $$$<br />In-Kind donations<br />Reimbursement form<br />Must be pre-approved by Sue Corbin/Lisa Porter<br />Attach receipts<br />Turn in on or before Oct. 22nd<br />
  16. 16. Expectations<br />On Oct. 22nd<br />Sign-in at the Instructor’s Registration Table<br />Be on time and set-up quickly<br />Make sure everyone in your class signs in<br />Reminders of the class evaluation (1st / end)<br />Dismiss class on time<br />Turn-in (at same table as registration)<br />Evaluations (class and yours)<br />Sign-in sheet<br />Extra training cards (if applicable)<br />And please Sign out<br />
  17. 17. IPFW Expectations<br /><ul><li>All fire/safety codes respected
  18. 18. NO Tape on any surface
  19. 19. Nothing on Windows
  20. 20. Only push pins/thumbtacks on tack boards
  21. 21. Only sticky tack on brick walls
  22. 22. No paperclips in ceiling
  23. 23. Rooms must be left the way they were found
  24. 24. Adults must be with youth at all times</li></li></ul><li>IPFW - BuildingName Change<br />“Classroom Medical Building”<br /> has changed to:<br /> “Liberal Arts Building”<br />(LA)<br />
  25. 25. QUESTIONS<br />
  26. 26. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>How we learn:
  27. 27. 1%through taste
  28. 28. 1.5% through touch
  29. 29. 3.5% through smell
  30. 30. 11% through hearing
  31. 31. 83% through sight</li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  32. 32. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>What we remember:
  33. 33. 10% of what we read
  34. 34. 20%of what we hear
  35. 35. 30% of what we see
  36. 36. 50% of what we see and hear
  37. 37. 80%of what we say
  38. 38. 90% of what we say and act</li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  39. 39. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>Telling, when used alone, results in:
  40. 40. 70%recall three hours later
  41. 41. 10% recall three days later.
  42. 42. Showing, when used alone, results in:
  43. 43. 72% recall three hours later
  44. 44. 20% recall three days later.
  45. 45. Blend of telling and showing results in
  46. 46. 85% recall three hours later
  47. 47. 65% recall three days later.</li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  48. 48. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>FACT:</li></ul>We can assimilate 5-9 chunks of data at a given time.<br /><ul><li>Phone numbers - 7 chunks
  49. 49. Social Security numbers – 9 chunks
  50. 50. ?________?
  51. 51. Team Groups should be 7 people + or – 2 to be effective </li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  52. 52. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>Principle 1:</li></ul>Adults need to be viewed as individuals for<br /> learning to be effective.<br />Self-Concept<br /> - Feelings and Values<br /> - Attitude (towards the content and materials)<br /> - Expectations<br />Comfort Level<br /> - Physical<br /> - Psychological<br /> - Personal<br />Past Experiences<br />Self - Motivation<br />Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  53. 53. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>Principle 2:</li></ul>Adults need to be actively involved in their own learning.<br /><ul><li>Involved in maintaining control.
  54. 54. Involved in speaking.
  55. 55. Involved by actively listening.
  56. 56. Involved by reading.
  57. 57. Involved by writing.
  58. 58. Involved by guided thinking.
  59. 59. Involved by evaluation.</li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  60. 60. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>Principle 3:</li></ul>What adults learn must be perceived as <br />Useful/ Valuable.<br /><ul><li>Learners expect what they are learning to be</li></ul>practical and relevant.<br /><ul><li>What learners use immediately will be retained longer.
  61. 61. Learners with a need – to – know attitude must be satisfied.</li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  62. 62. How Adult Learners Learn<br /><ul><li>Principle 4:</li></ul>Learning needs to be reinforced. (6X)<br /><ul><li>Provide opportunities for feedback.
  63. 63. Offer feedback that is positive, specific, and constructive.
  64. 64. Provide practice.
  65. 65. Don’t assume that if you’ve said it, someone has learned it.</li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  66. 66. How Adult Learners Learn<br />90/20/8<br /><ul><li>It takes 90 minutes to fully understand something.
  67. 67. It takes 20 minutes to retain something.
  68. 68. Every 8 minutes there is a need to be involved or to do something.</li></ul>Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  69. 69. How Adult Learners Learn<br />Cycles every 20 minutes<br />Every 8 minutes do something<br />Handout #2 pages 1-3<br />
  70. 70. Training Tips<br />Body Language<br />Good Habits<br />Bad Habits<br />Effective use of<br />It’s not what we say, but how we say it.<br />Use of silence <br />Handout #3 – a-b<br />
  71. 71. Training Tips<br /> How to enhance presentations<br />Believe your message<br />Be yourself<br />Break the ice<br />Use theatre<br />Use audience participation<br />Re-energize with pattern breaks<br />Use simple prizes as incentives<br />KISMIF<br />Use humor<br />Handout #4 - a<br />
  72. 72. Training Tips<br />Variety of presentations<br />Demonstration<br />Buzz Groups<br />Discussion<br />Question/Answer session<br />Learning Centers<br />Role-Playing<br />Case Study<br />Handout #4 - b-d<br />
  73. 73. Training Tips<br />Managing Questions Effectively<br />Refer it back to the group<br />Restate for clarification<br />Ask for more information<br />Summarize the question<br />State that you will speak with them later<br />Simply answer the question<br />Use body language for control<br />Thank them for contributing.<br />Handout #4 - e<br />
  74. 74. Training Tips<br />Effective Visual Aids<br />Flip Charts<br />Whiteboards<br />Slides/Overheads<br />Handouts<br />Participant Materials<br />Computer Presentations<br />Handout #5 – a-b<br />
  75. 75. Training Tips<br />KISMIF means:<br />Keep it simple and make it fun!!!<br />
  76. 76. Review<br />Staff Registration form Oct. 10th<br />Reimbursement form Oct. 22nd pre-approved<br />Sign-in and Sign–out on the 22nd<br />Post and present to objectives<br />Return class evaluations in envelope provided<br />Smile a lot!<br />!!!! Have fun !!!!<br />
  77. 77. QUESTIONS<br />Sue Corbin<br />260-503-1061 (cell)<br />260-244-7565 (home)<br />smcorbin@myway.com<br />Lisa Porter<br />574-551-0680 (cell)<br />260-327-3807 (home)<br />lisa07keybee@yahoo.com<br />
  78. 78. Thank you for Volunteering<br />Keep your light shining<br />for all to see the spirit<br />of Scouting that is<br />within you.<br />SEE YOU IN OCTOBER!<br />

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