IWT 101: Principles of Instruction and Instructional Planning
In this course, the participant is provided an opportunity to get up in front of the course participants and make a short presentation. Topics include introducing and summarizing a classroom presentation, presenting an interactive presentation, presenting a demonstration, and questioning and reinforcement techniques. Participants are also taught how to plan and conduct courses within the local union's curriculum. In addition, participants will learn how to develop a course syllabus, write learning objectives, plan for teaching in the classroom and shop components of a course, use Ironworker training packages, and use basic audio-visuals. Participants will also learn how to administer tests, record test results, complete a grade book, and determine if an apprentice has passed a course. Limited to Ironworker Instructor Training program participants.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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