Monthly Archives: August 2014

Inviting Assistants Part Two

It’s important to select activities you are comfortable handing over to an assistant  (check out book p.155-156). Then decide: do you see the activity as a small group task? a mini-course?  a procurement function? a classroom housekeeping task? Also, have you selected tasks that your potential volunteers have interest in? Use an  inventory to gather that information… Read More »

3 Ways of Learning

Learning takes many forms. Each of us have favorite ways of taking in information. The following 3 are common for many students. To reach them, you will need to vary the way you present information so you incorporate more than one way to learn during each activity. Verbal-Linguistic Learners These learners take in information through language. They… Read More »