Title: Learning to Listen Learning to Teach
When: 10/01/2013 at 09:00 to 10/04/2013 at 17:00
Where: Marina Village Confrence Center
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Making Learning Meaningful, Engaging, and Effective For Those You Are Teaching. We know you have spent lot of time learning to train dogs but how much time have you spent learning to train the people holding the other end of the leash? It’s time to sharpen your people skills and find out about adult learning principals and how to practically apply them. Whether you teach group classes, private lessons, seminars for potential clients, staff trainings, or zoo presentations, this workshop will benefit you. This workshop is designed for anyone who educates adults. Please feel free to invite your non animal trainer friends who are also educators as this workshop will be going over principals that all educators will benefit from and will not be dog training specific. In this dynamic four-day workshop, you’ll directly experience the core concepts and practices of Dialogue Education’s unique learner-centered system. DE is a proven method for shifting the focus from you as the teacher, trainer, or facilitator, to your learners by bringing them into active relationship with the content and the learning process. The key to this approach is a change in focus from what an instructor says about a topic to what learners do with the content. If you’re a teacher, trainer or facilitator,you’ll immediately see improved results in your learning events.
Sponsor: 4 Paws Training
Speaker(s): Michael Culliton & Teryn Jones