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Premium member Presentation Transcript Training Aids: Training Aids Dr. Naval Asija 7/9/2010Objectives of this session: Objectives of this session At the end of this session the participants should be able to: List purpose of Lesson plan, Instructor notes, Handouts, Teaching aids. Enumerate good practices in designing layout & content of training aids Describe good practices for a preparing a power point presentationTraining AID ( To Assist ): Training AID ( To Assist ) A Material that Enhances/assists the transfer and retention of knowledge/skills during training Arouses & holds interest Quickens the comprehension Creates involvement, commitment & participation Direction from known to unknown Moving from easy to difficult Classification: Classification Lessons plan Instructors notes Handouts Teaching Aids Projective Non ProjectiveLessons Plan: Lessons PlanPurpose: Purpose Sets out objectives/learning outcomes & content for benefit of students; effective tool for managing student expectations & preparations for lesson Extremely useful for sessions in which students are required to undertake supervised activities Particularly important for sessions when power point is NOT the main teaching aidLayout & Content: Layout & Content Identification of service dept. if part of module Course, location, title of session SMART objectives Details of pre lesson reading Description of activities including assesment Sources of reference material Name of person who prepared plan & date of preparation/revisionGood practices for preparation: Good practices for preparation Prepare using at least 14 point arial font Use bold text for heading & avoid faint text at all times Avoid excessive use of capitalisation, underlininig & italicisation Leave plenty of space b/w blocks of text follow standard template if devised by institution Disribution: well before actual training program of possible ( e mail/website) or with handouts at start of trainingInstructor’s Notes: Instructor’s NotesPurpose : Purpose Provides a practical framework & aide-memoire for lectures & training sessions For benefit of instructors Together with lessons plans they help a colleague deliver a session in your place if need arises Contains two elements: core points incld. examples to be highlighted & information of process by which that content is to be deliveredLayout & Content: Layout & Content Course title Lesson title Date , time, & location of session Requirements – handouts, equipments, evaluation sheets, any special instructions Subheadings with timing guidelines At end of document – initials, date of revision & file name given to documentGood practices for preparation: Good practices for preparation Notes must be simple & clear Use a large font ( min. 14 points) Leave substantial amount of white space Embolden headings Embolden/italicise point you wish to emphasiseHandouts: HandoutsPurpose: Purpose To principally reduce the amount of time trainees spend in copying notes, diagrams from board/screen To serve as information sheet To serve as guide to use a resource eg a database To serve as a source of referenceLayout & Content, Good Practices: Layout & Content, Good Practices Individuals/ trainers choice Identification of the person who has prepared, date of preparation/revision Follow house style if any Typed & Use headings & page no consistently Use bullet points rather than continuous prose Use at least 12 point font Avoid excessive italicisation/capitalisation/underliningTeaching Aids: Teaching AidsTeaching aids: Teaching aids Non Projective Chalk board Wall charts, posters Flipcharts White board Flannel boards Dummies, models Audio Projective Overhead projector (OHP) Videos Television Power pointChecklist of good practices for preparing a power point presentation: Checklist of good practices for preparing a power point presentation Keep your presentation simple & clear It is not meant to transmit all information but to highlight main points and help trainees structure their notes Keep designs & layout simple & use no more than six bullet points Use one topic for each slide Use main headings & sub headings Use simple words/ keywords rather than sentencescontd: contd Limit the number of slides for example not more than 12 for a ten minute presentation Ensure text contrasts with the background Standardize positions, colors & styles Use only one or two animations/ transition effects For database demonstrations add steps in between the portal screenshots Ensure adequate time for projector warm upcontd: contd Use a sans serif font such as Arial/comic sans as they are easier to read While using color don’t use yellow/light green as they do not show well at end of theatre Use wider spacing Depending on size of room the font size should be at least 18 point preferably 24 point & sometimes 30 points Use no more than two font sizes Avoid acronymscontd: contd Limit use of punctuation marks Familiarize with equipment handling Do not obstruct the viewThank you: Thank you You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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