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Instructor Solutions Group

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Instructor Solutions Group

 

Ideas

 

1. show your expertise upfront - short and used to motivate

2. shorten elder law online and market it to NAELA

3. Draft about DJ - short, and humorous

4. treat students equivalently - different approach for each but equally fair

5. copy Instructor Development Chart from materials on scanner at school and then email to LAMC faculty

6. prepare LAW Brief Model and do pre-test for next session - advise students it is assessment, but is not graded

7. also prepare top 10 concepts for chp. 1 and glossary of terms

8. talk to new AATP contact person about marketing Elder Law

9. Contact the "Help Group" for Marynell, also Summit View in Valley and Culver City for Autism

10. Instructional Design - go to http://csun.edu - school of education and extended learning website - check into IDAD - Instructional Design for Adult Development and ADLI - Adult Developmental Learning Institute - Masters Program - course # 615 - Caroline Jeffres for MN to work on software design for autism.

11. check into online classes for MN to do - as DJ Comp for teaching at AATP.

12. check into polaris and flash to to interactive audio = text and powerpoint slides

13. try to do some more forums in my online classes

14. prepare seating chart for every training, copy down notes about each when they introduce themselve

15. give a wide variety of examples and tailor to students interests - mixed simple and compled - cognitive dissonance - a little shock value to students to awaken them to difficulty of the subject matter.

16. model behaviour - i.e. briefing and assignments in front of students

17. no wrong answers - just different way of thinking about things

18. constructivism - students don't really learn on their own, they need guidance.

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