Remember, you must take Course 1″Basic” FIRST. It is available ONLY in person.
This course provides a foundation of theory and practice in vocational education, focusing on the adult learner. It provides a model for teaching and materials that can be used in the classroom. The main topics include student-centered teaching, planning for success, using learning objectives, setting the best educational environment, methods of presentation, evaluating student progress and simplified record keeping.
IMPORTANT: THERE IS A STRICT SEATING LIMIT IN OUR MANHATTAN COURSES.
We will only accept registrations (with tuition payment) in the order we receive them.
DO NOT DELAY REGISTERING FOR THE COURSE YOU WANT!
NEW LOCATION CHANGE!: The Manhattan course has moved back to 29 W 36th St, 2nd floor, New York, NY 10018
This course presents the latest and most effective methods of teaching and educational theory. The main topics include communication in the classroom, group dynamics, individualizing the curriculum, student-centered learning, mirroring the professional environment in the classroom and adult developmental and learning models (including Knowles Andragogy and a Comparison of Instructive, Cognitive and Constructive Teaching Models). A major project is required of each student.For educational questions, please contact Marshall A. Boyler at email@example.com.
Education and Training Associates provides all necessary materials, including pens and workbooks. The teachers need only bring a desire to learn and grow professionally. You can attend our courses offered in Manhattan and Rochester.
This course teaches the latest theory, skills and application of classroom management techniques. Our students are provided proven strategies for dealing with the real-life problems which arise in their classrooms. The main topics include understanding how people interact and communicate, positive teaching methods which support our student’s self-esteem and drive to succeed, use of exact language in the classroom, classroom presentation techniques, dealing with issues of diversity and confidentiality and coping with difficult people.For educational questions, please contact Marshall A. Boyler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheryl T. Munson, Executive Director
Marshall A. Boyler, Director of Education
Email Address: email@example.com
Telephone No: 302-387-1363