Session 4 Creating Opening Exercises

Session 4 Creating Opening Exercises - Training and...

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Training and Instructional Training and Instructional Systems Systems Presented by: Presented by: Joseph R. Chretien Joseph R. Chretien Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
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Creating Opening Creating Opening Exercises Exercises Appetizers? Appetizers?
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Why Creating an Opening Why Creating an Opening Exercise? Exercise? Not just social in nature There are three basic goals of the opening exercise Team Building On-the-Spot Assessment Immediate Learning Involvement
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Team Building Team Building Helps the participant to get acquainted with others Creates a spirit of cooperation and interdependence Fosters positive group attitudes Name bingo To Tell the Truth Predictions TV Commercial A Group Resume
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On-the-Spot Assessment On-the-Spot Assessment Helps YOU learn about the attitudes, Knowledge, and experience of the participants Share their learning goals and assessments Raise some questions or concerns they may have about the course
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2008 for the course TECS 103 taught by Professor Annonymous during the Fall '08 term at Fort Hays.

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