Class room Training

Class room Training

TMPs Company believes that Classroom Techniques course is to provide the participants with the necessary skills and knowledge required to effectively deliver classroom training, whether it is a stand-alone lesson or series of lessons as part of a bigger training program. Building capabilities and strength the personality of the participant is our priorities  in our objective.

Course overview

The training is divided into theory lessons, discussions, group work and practical exercises. The practical aspect of the course allows participants to learn from their own actual experiences as well as from each other.

Each participant will be able to put into practice the theory they have learnt and provide classroom lessons in front of an audience i.e. the other participants. The practical exercises consist of video recorded classroom sessions followed by individual debriefing, personal feedback and coaching.

TMPs Company is very keen to ensure that about :

  • The Introduction

The structure, content and principles of the Classroom Techniques course.

  • Human factors
  • Theories regarding adult learning, learning psychology and learning styles
  • Learning methodology; stages, levels and barriers for learning
  • Communication, verbal and non-verbal
  • Motivational theories that apply to both teachers and students
  • Giving and receiving feedback

 

 

  • Planning
  • Educational goals and objectives, focus and limitations
  • Taking into consideration participants’ background experience and knowledge during the planning
  • Pedagogical considerations: lesson planning tools, detailed lesson plans, time and activities
  • Planning of a course: length of lessons, number of lessons etc.
  • Evaluation of lessons and courses, student reaction and feedback

 

  • Classroom management
  • Teaching principles and potentials
  • Involvement, facilitation, discussions, exercises, group exercises etc.
  • Physical and psychological learning environment
  • Conflict solving in the classroom, resistance and how to move forward

 

  • Tools in the classroom
    • Power Point, Flip chart, Whiteboard etc.
    • How to use group exercises, discussions in pairs, individual reflection etc.
    • Case studies, student presentations, role play
    • Student material, “icebreakers”, other tools

 

  • The Instructor
  • Personal communication and roles
  • Teaching styles
  • Developing a personal teaching style
  • Relationship between teacher and students
  • Appreciation of self-evaluation as a classroom teacher