Cutting-edge methods in training

Course id: 1009
Duration: 5 Day/ 5 H per day

introduction

Day after day, training importance increases, and the markets grow till the available trainers can not cover them. ILLAFTrain offers this course to support training market by the best trainers who have the required knowledge and experiences, and which this course offers.

Prerequisites

The participant in this Course does not need to have a certain specialization.

Audience

This course is designed for both new and professional trainers; Human Resources managers; educational organizations managers; and for every one concerns with teaching, education and training. Its primary purpose is to prepare the new trainers to be professional trainers; to enable them from analyzing training needs and determining training purposes; and to design, present and evaluate the courses through face to face training, in small training groups, and by the supervision of many specialized trainers.

Objectives

The Trainee will become able to:

Know the Nine Events of Instruction

Know and Build up John Keller’s ARCS Model & McClelland's Theory

Discover the Kolb learning style inventory (The Cycle of Learning)

Know Jean Piaget, J. P. Guilford, John Dewey

Know the development and the explanation of bloom's taxonomy

Use alternative psychomotor domain taxonomy versions

Content

First Day: Gagne

·         Nine Events of Instruction

1. Gain attention

2. Inform learners of objectives

3. Stimulate recall of prior learning

4. Present the content

5. Provide "learning guidance

6. Elicit performance (practice

7. Provide feedback

8. Assess performance

9. Enhance retention and transfer to the job

·         John Keller’s ARCS Model

o        Attention

o        Relevance

o        Confidence

o        Satisfaction

·         McClelland's Theory

o        Achievement

o        Affiliation

o        Power

 

Second Day: learning styles

o        The Kolb learning style inventory

o        The Cycle of Learning

o        Interpreting your learning style

o        Jean Piaget, J. P. Guilford, John Dewey

o        Basic learning styles

o        Applying What You Know About Your Learning Style

o        For further exploring

 

Third Day: Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • Introduction

o        development of bloom's taxonomy

o        explanation of bloom's taxonomy

o        bloom's taxonomy definitions

o        bloom's taxonomy overview

  • bloom's taxonomy learning domains - detailed structures

1. bloom's taxonomy - cognitive domain

cognitive domain - order ranking of 'synthesis' and 'evaluation'

2. bloom's taxonomy - affective domain

3. bloom's taxonomy - psychomotor domain

dave's psychomotor domain taxonomy

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Trainers

Dr. Mohammed Pedra
Abdelouahab Boujmal
Hussain AlSayed
GHADA LARAM
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GHADA LARAM