PTLLS Micro-Teach

PTLLS Micro-Teach

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Command & Control PowerPoint

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  • I need to develop an informative way to give a basic introduction to BTP Command & Control protocol, as well as the Briefing model we use....umm?
  • Command and Control input for Public Order Loggists including the Briefing Model
  • Some of the students will have no concept of the subject matter or the terminology used.
  • It needs to be pitched at the right level to aid inclusive learning as well as incorporating an assessment method.
  • So how can I impart the knowledge in a concise, instructive way using the appropriate resources??
  • Right let me look at some of the techniques I could use to facilitate this learning?
  • Round Robin - again this relies on students having some knowledge of the subject therefore some students may feel alienated or shy..
  • Knowledge Quiz - I need to give them the info first before I check their understanding, I don't want to highlight an individual's lack of knowledge..
  • Brainstorming - useful but if the level of knowledge in the room is low this may stifle learning so this may not be an appropriate method...
  • PowerPoint - this might be the one as long as I keep it short, some pictures and animation with a lot of Q & A. Chuck in a hand-out and EUREKA!!
  • Lecture - tried and tested method but can be very dull and cause student's to switch off due to too much front loading..
  • Let's get the basics right.. a well lit, spacious room with the seating arranged in an informal manner to encourage interaction & participation.
  • PowerPoint it is! I need to make it succinct and interesting that way I can get across the information visually whilst still getting interaction with the students. Pictures of real events and animation will help.
  • I will need IT, but also a hand-out may be useful so as to encourage group learning through discussion.
  • As part of the teach, not only will I confirm understanding by question and answer, but also we will have an open discussion as we read through the hand-out and I will get the students to expand on the information using their own words. Again this will aid me in checking understanding.
  • Finally a relaxed assessment method that doesn't put too much pressure on individuals but still highlight's the learning outcomes?
  • Of course I must remember to align my teaching style to the needs of the students and the tone of the subject matter.
  • A good old group knowledge check, with half a dozen simple questions that the group, as a whole, can shout out the answers too!
  • Taking all things into consideration I am happy that the teaching strategy chosen is the best all round.
  • Then a final recap of the lesson briefly highlighting the salient points to re-enforce understanding.
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