• Instructional Technology Workshop
     March 19, 2016
     10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Classroom Management Workshop
     March 19, 2016
     2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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300 College Park, Dayton, Ohio, 45469, United States


Kettering labs
Room: Kl 405

  1. Instructional Technology Workshop (10AM – 1PM)

The field of instructional technology has never been more challenging or more in demand. Human performance is one of the most significant ways that organizations can improve their business operations and productivity without having to make significant capital investments. Being able to transfer skill through training, learning strategies and instructional media is critical. The workshop will focus on getting everything known up-front that can be key to understanding the motivation, learning styles, and key competencies of a position or role.

  • Student Rate: $170

  1. Classroom Management Workshop (2PM-5PM)

Academic institutions are concerned that graduates not only understand the content of their chosen field (what to think), but know how to integrate, synthesize, and discover new paradigms and insights (how to think). Unfortunately, the critical thinking “how to think” dynamic is sometimes not deeply reinforced in higher education today, even though business and industry continuous to say that critical thinking is perhaps the most needed skill among new graduates. This training shows common critical thinking approaches and provides a methodology and approach to ensure that critical thinking is being applied to problem-solving in a structured way that works on any given subject.

  • Student Rate: $170

Special: Register both for $290 ONLY.