4 Pillars of Instruction; Better Learning & Classroom Mgmt.

“If you want to build a ship, don’t herd people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.”

~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery

More than 10,000 adult students (as of early 2016) have taught me a few things about being a better instructor.  Some of their lessons humbled me, some empowered me, some scathed me and some simply taught me the value and importance in building competence as an instructor.  Even as a professional instructor, I hope to continue to learn as much from my next 10,000 students.

Keep reading for the four (4) simple but critical foundation skills I’ve learned to rely on …

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There are 4 pillars needed to be a better instructor.  And to be clear, being a better instructor is not the END of the story but the BEGINNING.  The goal of any instruction is for the student to gain competency in the given topic, not for the instructor to boast about some instructional conquest.  In fact, the best instructors are more of a facilitator, coach and mentor that help support the student’s learning objectives.  And yep, I learned that from an instructional mentor of mine.

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Mike McKenna is the founder and president of TEAM Solutions. He helps public and private sector responders successfully lead themselves and others through any planned event or unplanned crisis.

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