Two Faces of Eve
It is impossible to create real group cohesiveness without names. Additionally, use different museum symbols on the nametags to assist in dividing into smaller groups; everyone with the same symbol will be in the same group.
Groups of four or five work best; if you are expecting 25 teachers, use nametags with four or five different symbols. Arrange the Room. Choose a well-lighted, well-ventilated, quiet room for your class. Place chairs in an arrangement that encourages interaction —circles, semi-circles, tables. Post signs or guides at the entrances. Explain where each part of the tour will take place when they bring their class to your institution.
Help them locate the bathrooms, drinking fountains, and checkrooms their class will be using. Break the Ice.
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A get-acquainted activity is important for several reasons, including, of course, getting acquainted! Inviting your teacher-students to get up and move around shows them that the workshop will be participatory and that they will have fun. Use an activity that you might use with their class.
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This is one we might be using with your group. Encourage Active Participation. As you teach your group of teachers, remember to use the same techniques that make your school tours so successful.
Keep the lecture portion of your presentation brief; ask open-ended questions; provide hands-on activities. When possible, take the class into the exhibit space and simulate the kinds of activities you will use with their students. Close your class by reviewing the posted goals and asking for questions. Whether it is a school-system requirement or not, use a written evaluation form at the end of your workshop and provide time within the agenda for questions and completion of the form.
This is also an appropriate time to provide information regarding tour reservations.
After the in-service event, use the evaluations to identify strengths and weaknesses of the presentation. Immediately make note of your own suggestions and those of the teacher-students for improving future classes. Littleton, Jackie.https://morrforfgranos.tk
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