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Program Improvement Cluster
 

Getting Instructors Off to the Right Start and Keeping Them There

 
Training Outcomes
Blended Delivery
Certification Fulfillment Criteria

Participants will be able to:

 

Apply research, data, and self assessment information to get new instructors/tutors off to a good start;

 

Explore the components and available resources of an orientation model for new ABE and ESL instructional providers;

 

Consider decision points necessary to adapt an effective new teacher orientation process to your program;

 

Examine strategies for maintaining a quality, engaged instructional staff.

 

     

     

Workshop: This six-hour workshop will introduce key concepts related to orienting new instructional providers in addition to models and resources that can be adapted for the orientation process.  The workshop will also include professional development research on maintaining a quality instructional workforce and strategies for keeping instructors motivated and engaged in continuous improvement.

 

Webcast:
During a one-hour webcast, participants will discuss their experiences with prioritizing and planning components of an effective orientation process for new instructional providers.
In addition to participation in
all training activities, participants will:
  • 1.Engage their staff in assessing, refining. and strengthening their current new instructor orientation process;
  • 3.Respond to Program Improvement Decision Points; and
  • 4.Post responses in their electronic portfolio.

     
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