Advanced Class: Parent Master Teaching Techniques
Parent Master Teaching Techniques Course:
Parent Master Teaching Techniques
Course no. Pa200
Coming November 2018
About this Course
What do master teachers do that their students are so focused and fully engaged? Find out by taking this self-paced course.
In 10 modules, you will learn to use their tips and techniques that can easily be applied to your courses at home. We have researched and studied the best practices of the very best teachers and have created modules that will help you learn what they do.
How to Attend
Take it at Your Convenience. The course is independent study and self-paced so you can begin and complete it when you want. Apply new ideas as you go.
Access: Watch it from anywhere with an internet connection.
To enroll: Sign up now for study tips on the home page of the Center for Homeschooling site. We will send you notice when the course is online in May. You will then click on the link which will take you to the course. Each module will be fed to you one at a time, so that you can complete them at your convenience. That’s it. Simple and easy to enroll.
Read to join? Sign up now and begin to use master teaching techniques at home.
The content you are teaching is only one part of the magical mixture that occurs when your classroom hums with interested and engaged minds. Equally important–is how the materials are taught, and what the instructor does to make them really interesting. How can you get the most out of the courses you are teaching? This master course will help you bring your curriculum to life and make it more compelling. The best teachers know how to do this—now you can confidently learn what they do.
The best teachers don’t use gimmicks; they are effective because they understand how students learn, and they know when to apply sound practices and principles. There are many different ways to improve the effectiveness of your instruction. Some of the techniques you will learn:
- The importance of learning objectives and how to use them to keep your lessons focused
- How to ask powerful questions that trigger deeper thinking
- Where are you now–current home teaching practices self-assessment
- How to review materials in creative ways to check understanding
- Powerful Lesson Openings – are you getting their interest at the start?
- Fundamentals of learning – quick review of what teachers are taught
- How to involve and share learning responsibilities with your spouse
- When to teach–and when to coach
- How to evaluate progress and learning
- Whiteboard writing techniques
- Creating pre-session exercises that bring children prepared for learning
- Game theory – how to turn boring lessons into interactive games
- Role playing and small group work – how to turn lessons “inside out”
- The home classroom environment – ideas to make this a more special place
- Innovative classroom tools you can create at home
- Discussion techniques – round robin, group thinking roles, and many more
- Recognition and reward techniques
- The importance of analogy and comparison in lecture
- The 10 most common mistakes that inexperienced teachers make
- Creative testing techniques – how to make review and learning evaluation fun
- Encouraging good note taking techniques
- Creative homework assignments—making homework more interesting
- Peer learning – how to teach your children how to help one another learn
- Time management – How to best utilize classroom time
- How to use checklists to keep you and your children better organized
- The best study processes – How to help your children organize and plan study time
- Closing your lessons with impact