The Techniques of Instruction

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 1995 - 153 σελίδες
What do effective instructors do that makes them effective? In this ground-breaking book, Dr James examines the whole process of instruction from the point of view of skill development to discover which are the best techniques and why. He shows: how to produce the best trainee performance possible in the shortest possible time how to structure practice sessions to maximize Teaming - how to analyse the task involved so as to design the most appropriate exercise - how to deal with the slow' trainee how to boost the trainee's confidence how to instruct at a distance'.

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The role of the instructor in training
1
Training technology
5
Are instructors useful?
17
The instructional process
23
The learning machine
27
How people develop skill
37
Open and closed skills
43
Developing speed and accuracy of movement
49
Preparing for instruction
81
Delivering instruction
99
Talking to trainees
107
Helping the trainee to avoid errors
111
Correcting trainee errors
113
Instructing when you can intervene
125
Instructing when you cannot intervene
131
An instructors toolkit
139

The three stages of skill development
57
Designing skill practice conditions
69

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