Module 4 – Instructional Techniques
Throughout this module are terms that are highlighted and individually defined. You may review the full list of these terms by clicking on the link below. You may either save or print this list for further study.
Module 4 – Instructional Techniques Glossary
Now that you’ve completed this module, we’d like to give you the opportunity to review what you’ve learned using a post-survey. On the survey we ask you to again rate yourself on your comfort level and familiarity with the topics presented in this module.
Clicking on the link below will open a text document in a separate browser window. You may print the post-survey and write your answers, or type your answers directly into the electronic document. If you choose to type directly into the document, be sure to print and save your work and include the work in your records when you have completed the survey.
Review your responses on the post-survey. Are there still areas in which you do not feel confident or still feel unfamiliar? If so, consider reviewing that particular topic again. Perhaps visit any “For Further Study” links for that topic over on the right. We have compiled
a list of ALL "For Further Study" web links from this module for your convenience in further studies.
Reviewing your Goals for Learning:
Using your worksheet, review the goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the course.
- Did you accomplish what you set out to do?
- If not, what might help you reach your goals?
- If so, what’s next? How will you practice what you have learned?
Consider both your responses to the post-survey and your goals review.
A Tool for Further Learning:
During this course, you created a worksheet of notes, ideas, and thoughts on the topic of Instructional Techniques. It serves as a record of your learning in the module and a resource for your teaching. Whether you are an experienced instructor or have yet to start your career, you should come back to these sheets after a few months and ask yourself:
- Have I seen evidence of these concepts in my own students or in myself?
- Have I been able to implement what I have learned?
- Have I used any of the ideas generated or gleaned from the course?
- What do I still need to do differently?
- What do I still want to learn more about?
You have completed this module. There is a post-survey for the entire course, Basics of Adult Literacy Education. If you wish to take the overall course post-survey at this time, click here.
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