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== How to Teach a Class class ==
 
== How to Teach a Class class ==
 
* Instructor: [[user:Tracy|Tracy]]
 
* Instructor: [[user:Tracy|Tracy]]
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This class will most likely be held on a weekend afternoon and will run about two hours total -- one hour of organized instruction followed by an hour of open lab where you can work on a lesson plan and get feedback.
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You will get the most benefit from this class if you come with an idea in mind of what class you would like to teach.  We'll use your ideas as our working examples.
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We'll talk about how to create instructional objectives expressed in terms of what the successful student will know or be able to do at the conclusion of the class, which is arguably the single most important concept in all of education and the one that non-teachers do poorly or not at all.
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We'll talk about how "props and sets" affect learning and what you can do about it.
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You'll get a lesson plan template that will greatly increase your chances of having and doing everything necessary for a successful class.
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After the hour of "structured" instruction, we'll have an hour of open lab where you'll complete a lesson plan template for your own class and get as much feedback as you need.
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The only materials needed or provided are a few pieces of paper, so there won't be a charge for the class.  Students will want to bring along their own note paper and a pen or pencil.  Tablet computers will be permitted for this purpose, but please leave your laptops in the other room so we can all see each other without looking over the wall of a screen.
  
 
== Developing a Mission Statement ==
 
== Developing a Mission Statement ==

Revision as of 17:32, 1 January 2012

Old page was archived Workshop_and_Class_Ideas_(Archived)

This page is for potential instructors to put forth an idea for a workshop or class. Feel free to create a dedicated page if necessary!

If you're wondering what the steps are to hold a class, check out How_to:_Classes,_Workshops_and_Events.

Scheduled classes are on our Public Classes and Events page.

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Intro to FamiLAB

How to Teach a Class class

This class will most likely be held on a weekend afternoon and will run about two hours total -- one hour of organized instruction followed by an hour of open lab where you can work on a lesson plan and get feedback.

You will get the most benefit from this class if you come with an idea in mind of what class you would like to teach. We'll use your ideas as our working examples.

We'll talk about how to create instructional objectives expressed in terms of what the successful student will know or be able to do at the conclusion of the class, which is arguably the single most important concept in all of education and the one that non-teachers do poorly or not at all.

We'll talk about how "props and sets" affect learning and what you can do about it.

You'll get a lesson plan template that will greatly increase your chances of having and doing everything necessary for a successful class.

After the hour of "structured" instruction, we'll have an hour of open lab where you'll complete a lesson plan template for your own class and get as much feedback as you need.

The only materials needed or provided are a few pieces of paper, so there won't be a charge for the class. Students will want to bring along their own note paper and a pen or pencil. Tablet computers will be permitted for this purpose, but please leave your laptops in the other room so we can all see each other without looking over the wall of a screen.

Developing a Mission Statement

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Information Security Basics: Self Defense (Class/Presentation)

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