UNCONVENTIONAL TEACHING METHODS

The educational process is a highly demanding task, it makes not only pupils but also teachers learn. The teacher’s everyday life is to meet many different personalities and situations in the pedagogical process. That is why the skill of stimulating curiosity and creativity, motivating and attracting the attention of young people is so important.

This training is to show as many methods as possible, from which you can choose according to your needs. We will create a palette of unconventional methods that is famous for its effectiveness in attracting students’ attention. Using the most activating training methods, we want this training to give specific guidance and show the effectiveness of these methods.

TARGET GROUP

Teachers, as well as all those who work and manage a group of people.

TRAINING METHODS

  • Workshops
  • Exercise
  • Role play
  • Simulations
  • Discussions
  • Games
  • Case studies
  • Group coaching methods
  • Lectures
MANAGING THE GROUP PROCESS AT THE TEACHER'S WORK

Teacher’s work is inseparably connected with the group process. The foundations of group formation
in schools are set by the educational system. Regardless of what was the trigger for creating the group, the process was put into motion! The teacher’s task is to moderate the process, so that it freely passes through the following stages from “I” to “we”.

Students bring to the group the luggage of their personalities (traits, experiences, emotions) as well as their potential. The teacher has an uneasy task of conducting the participants through the group process, at the same time ensuring that the potential inherent in the group as well as each of its participants is maximized, bringing lasting and satisfying benefits. This is what our training will take up using the most active training methods.

TARGET GROUP

Teachers, as well as all those who work and manage a group of people.

TRAINING METHODS

  • Workshops
  • Exercise
  • Role play
  • Simulations
  • Discussions
  • Games
  • Case studies
  • Group coaching methods
  • Lectures
TEACHER AS A TRAINER, MENTOR, COACH

Nowadays, the role of the teacher definitely goes beyond the traditional teaching, preparation and experience process. The biggest challenge is communication and motivating young people to learn, as well as support in development.

Numerous expectations are created for the teachers. On the one hand, the teacher has a system of education and supervisors, and on the other, pupils and parents. It is not easy to reconcile all these parts. That is why it is so important to play different roles while working at school.

This training is the answer to this demand. Thanks to it, participants will learn how and when to enter the roles of a coach, mentor or trainer, and how important this skill is in the daily work of the teacher. Thanks to the most active training methods, we will practice these skills so that they become intuitive and improve the educational process.

TARGET GROUP

Teachers, as well as all those who work and manage a group of people.

TRAINING METHODS

  • Workshops
  • Exercise
  • Role play
  • Simulations
  • Discussions
  • Games
  • Case studies
  • Group coaching methods
  • Lectures
KEY SKILLS OF THE MODERN TEACHER

We could quote many educational theories that would mention to us a number of activists that determine the quality and efficiency of school work. Undoubtedly, the most important of them will be the teacher. We all will agree that for a pedagogical process to be effective, not only a teacher but a GOOD teacher is needed. So, what does it mean to be a good teacher?

Each of us would certainly have at least a few traits and skills that such a person should have. We believe that the majority of these would apply to two areas. The first of them is what the teacher has and has to give away, the other how it deals, especially how it affects others. Here we enter the area of ​​the teacher’s skills, in particular how he communicates the knowledge.

During this training, we will focus on the intense practice and acquisition of skills that should be possessed by every modern, good teacher. Thanks to active training methods, you will face yourself and discover new layers of your professional competences and see how you can use them in your everyday work.

TARGET GROUP

Teachers, as well as all those who work and manage a group of people.

TRAINING METHODS

  • Workshops
  • Exercise
  • Role play
  • Simulations
  • Discussions
  • Games
  • Case studies
  • Group coaching methods
  • Lectures
HOW TO USE THE KNOWLEDGE OF EFFECTIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUES IN PRACTICE

Each teacher has a range of teaching methods that he uses during every day work. Do students have the same? Many students usually learn for the exam, and when they pass, they forget most of the material.

Numerous studies confirm that the appropriately selected learning method increases memorization and subsequent correct use of knowledge, and also shortens the time of learning several times. In addition, the teacher’s use of active, unconventional and attractive methods for the student attracts and focuses his attention.

This training is a response to this demand, presenting a number of effective learning techniques that can be used during classes at school, but also to show students as methods for individual learning. We use only active training methods thanks to which, you will have the chance to practice the techniques we propose and decide which ones you want to use and apply at work.

TARGET GROUP

Teachers, as well as all those who work and manage a group of people.

TRAINING METHODS

  • Workshops
  • Exercise
  • Role play
  • Simulations
  • Discussions
  • Games
  • Case studies
  • Group coaching methods
  • Lectures
FAMILIARITY WITH TYPOLOGY OF PERSONALITY AS A WAY TO EFFICIENT COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TEACHER AND STUDENT

Consider for a moment the source of the majority (if not all) conflicts that surround us, whether at work or in private life. After a while, we can come to the conclusion that these situations are caused by the lack of understanding of opposing sides. Where does this lack come from? The answer is not as difficult as it may seem.

Well, the lack of understanding comes from the lack or poor communication between individuals. We are not always able to empathize with the other side to avoid mistakes in communication. It would seem that a set of rules could help us, which would tell us ‘talk to this man like this, and the other man another’ and without any problems for our own feelings.

The ideal situation would be to use something like a ‘textbook’ during school activities with students. This training tries to answer such a demand by introducing the participants to the typology of personality and the way of communication of each type. During the training, the participant will also learn about the type of his personality and he will be able to understand the process of communication from both sides. We use the most active training methods, thanks to which the participant will be able to practice the acquired knowledge, as well as work out their own communication paths.

TARGET GROUP

Teachers, as well as all those who work and manage a group of people.

TRAINING METHODS

  • Workshops
  • Exercise
  • Role play
  • Simulations
  • Discussions
  • Games
  • Case studies
  • Group coaching methods
  • Lectures
DIFFICULT SITUATIONS IN WORKING WITH GROUP OF STUDENTS

Difficult situations in the teacher’s work are daily bread. They do not result only from the specifics of the teacher’s work but also from the specifics of each person working with a group of people. Pilots have a flight simulator so that difficult situations can be practiced many times before the actual start.

The ideal situation would be to have such a simulator to practice difficult situations that appear in the teacher’s work. Unfortunately, such a machine does not exist. However, this training responds to the need to describe, discuss and practice behaviors that should appear in such situations in the classroom.

The training not only focuses on identifying and naming the so-called difficult situations and, above all, to develop methods of dealing with such and unharmed for your own psychological comfort. The training is carried out in a way that involves the participants as much as possible, which brings them closer to the actual ‘simulator of difficult situations’.

TARGET GROUP

Teachers, as well as all those who work and manage a group of people.

TRAINING METHODS

  • Workshops
  • Exercise
  • Role play
  • Simulations
  • Discussions
  • Games
  • Case studies
  • Group coaching methods
  • Lectures

Feel free to contact us for more details & price lists: projects@mobilityprojects.com