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Regardless of your age, it is always helpful to increase your understanding of how your current students learn and what your future students might need. Students learn in a variety of ways, this course will focus on the influence of generational characteristics on learning styles. Your students learn differently than you do. Come find out how to help your students learn more. And discover something new about yourself too! We will explore fascinating information on the brain and how each generation has responded to their unique “cohort experience”. You will acquire the skills and information needed to facilitate Gen Y and the emerging generation of learners. Understand how your own generational characteristics impact your learning AND your teaching. Come away with our top 20 generational techniques for helping your students learn more. Agenda Unit 1 Introduction to Generational Learning Styles The origin of generational learning styles & foundation of learning style theories Learning theory and the brain What defines a generation - the concept of the cohort experience Unit 2 Understanding generational factors influencing how you learn and teach Characteristics of the Baby Boomers Characteristics and definitions for Generation X Learning characteristics of both Baby Boomers and Gen Xers How YOUR generational characteristics influence your approach to teaching: Baby Boomer, Gen X, Gen Y Unit 3 Understanding Generation Y Core values of Gen Y Impact of technology on generational learning The impact of generational characteristics on approaches to and expectations of education, perceptions of time, prioritizing work/life/school, goals and ambition, collaborative vs. individual, worldview, inputs versus outcomes and other value differences Unit 4 Helping Your Gen Y Students to Learn More Communication tips with Gen Y students and the emerging generation Classroom instruction tips for Gen Y and the emerging generation Addressing awkwardness and other social characteristics of Gen Y Understanding and using technology to facilitate learning The top 20 generational techniques for helping your students learn more RequirementsInternet connection ,IE8 or higher, Chrome, FireFox and access to Adobe Flash Player

Start date: 11/07/16

End date: 12/02/16

Tuition: $195.00

Online 24/7 (11/07/2016-12/02/2016)

Location : Online

Instructor : Kassia Dellabough 



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2nd Annual West Virginia Interpreter Retreat will be held at Robert H. Mollohan Research Center, 1000 Galliher Drive, Fairmont, WV.  The two workshops will focus on language acquisition as it applies to interpreters and the interpreting process. Skills that will be addressed include but are not limited to; vocabulary development, form and function of spoken and signed messages as well as non manual markers used when working. Participants will be able to apply lecture, group practice and individual analysis to their work through discussion and application.         Two workshops will provide the area with needed professional development for working interpreters. Funding has been an issue now and in the past. With your support, interpreters can gain knowledge, skills as well as interpersonal skills.  Voice interpreters will be not available.     RID CEU .9   WVDE CLOCK HOUR 9                 

Start date: 10/07/16

End date: 10/08/16

Tuition: $100.00

2 sessions.

Weekly - Fri, Sat 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (10/7/2016-10/8/2016)

Location : Robert H. Mollohan Research Center Location : 
  Robert H. Mollohan Research Center.

Instructor : Ruby Losh 

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    Sponsors 2nd Annual West Virginia Interpreter Retreat   Stronger Together * Growing Together   October 7 – 8, 2016 2nd Annual West Virginia Interpreter Retreat will be held at Robert H. Mollohan Research Center, 1000 Galliher Drive, Fairmont, WV.   The two workshops will focus on language acquisition as it applies to interpreters and the interpreting process. Skills that will be addressed include but are not limited to; vocabulary development, form and function of spoken and signed messages as well as non manual markers used when working. Participants will be able to apply lecture, group practice and individual analysis to their work through discussion and application.       Two workshops will provide the area with needed professional development for working interpreters. Funding has been an issue now and in the past. With your support, interpreters can gain knowledge, skills as well as interpersonal skills.  Voice interpreters will be not available.   RID CEU .9   WVDE CLOCK HOUR 9  

Start date: 10/07/16

End date: 10/08/16

Tuition: $80.00

2 sessions.

Weekly - Fri, Sat 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (10/7/2016-10/8/2016)

Location : Robert H. Mollohan Research Center Location : 
  Robert H. Mollohan Research Center.

Instructor : Ruby Losh 

Please read: Robert H. Mollohan Research Center 1000 ...More

Call 304-367-4920 to register


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