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Teach With Style by Lynn Hodges, Jim Teeters

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The Systematic Instructor Style

 

  

Adults learn more when they participate in well-planned programs that are cooperatively designed. Systematic instruction is characterized by shared objectives, a program that reaches the objectives, and evaluation of progress toward the objectives. The systematic strategies, learning activities, and tactics in this chapter will help you design instruction so it flows logically from learning needs to learning outcomes.

Systematic strategies include the following:

  • Collaborate with learners as you plan.
  • Assess participant learning needs and styles.
  • Set clear, meaningful objectives.
  • Plan to reach your objectives.
  • Evaluate your plan.

Systematic Strategy 1: Collaborate With Learners as You Plan

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