Instructor Development Workshop - 11/8/18 @ 9am - San Diego

Instructor Development Workshop - 11/8/18 @ 9am - San Diego

  • $0.00

    Member Price

  • $338.00

    Non-Member Price



Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location: San Diego AOR Kearny Mesa
4845 Ronson Court, San Diego, CA 92111
213-739-8241

Course Description

The purpose of the workshop is to help both new and experienced real estate educators develop skills and perspectives that will make them more effective in any learning environment, with an emphasis on practical and effective opportunities, techniques, challenges, and solutions.  In addition to teaching and course development, we will explore the environment and the human dynamics that determine the student experience. This workshop will be an exchange of useable ideas that will empower you to bring out your best.  

Here are a few of the topics that will be covered:

  • Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom
  • The Art and Science of Public Speaking
  • A Practical Understanding of Learning Styles
  • Learning Objectives and Outlines
  • The Power of Questions
  • Learning Loops
  • The Power of Diplomacy
  • Resources for Classroom Instructors
  • How to Manage the Classroom
  • Using Stories to Teach Concepts
  • What Students Want: New, True, and Interesting

Through each of the course modules the student will be able to:

MODULE 1: Education Perspectives

  • explain the significance of real estate education and real estate instructors.
  • define the instructor’s roles and responsibilities.
  • describe the essential elements of an outstanding real estate course.
  • create a practical definition of professionalism.

MODULE 2: Meeting the Needs and Preferences of Adult Learners

  • contrast the needs and preferences of adult learners with younger learners.
  • develop strategies and techniques that engage a diverse group.
  • create a learning environment that promotes comfort, curiosity, and critical thinking
  • explain how learning styles impact both students and instructors.
  • incorporate techniques that trigger cognitive, affective, and conative activity.

MODULE 3: Course Construction

  • design a cohesive course outline.
  • write proper learning objectives.
  • create courses that are approvable for continuing education credit.
  • discuss the use and importance of Bloom’s Taxonomy.
  • define key elements in course design.

MODULE 4: Presentation Perspectives and Skills 

  • assess the learning environment.
  • employ technology when needed.
  • capitalize on personal strengths.
  • explain how to use a learning loop.
  • analyze the complexities of effectively engaging students.
  • employ stories as teaching tools.
  • choose small group and large group activities that enhance learning.
  • describe methods of keeping students engaged.

MODULE 5: Managing the Classroom 

  • develop a philosophy and procedures for a healthy learning environment.
  • identify problems that commonly arise.
  • list key mistakes that instructors often make.
  • demonstrate emotional intelligence in resolving issues with or among students.

Module 6 The Climb

  • design a professional development plan for him/her self that will promote constant, systematic improvement in all facets of teaching.

The Workshop is presented and facilitated by Rod McIntyre, Ph.D. who, following an eighteen-year career as a high school and collegiate educator and coach, accepted the position of Education Director with the Kansas Association of REALTORS® in 1998, and is currently the Vice-President of Program Development.  Rod operates a speaking and consulting business dedicated to helping individuals and organizations effectively utilize knowledge, inspiration, and instinct to generate measurable results. He is a Kolbe-Certified Consultant specializing in education strategies, communication, leadership strategies, and relationship-building skills for business professionals.  

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Transfer, cancellation and refund policy:

Purchasing for other people
All purchases made on or after July 1, 2017, must be made by the person attending the course and no substitutions will be allowed.  Certificates can only be issued in the name of the person who purchased the course. Only C.A.R. Members are eligible to purchase and take courses at Member pricing.

If you purchased this class for someone else in error, please email us at education@car.org with the 9-digit order number, and include a phone number where we can reach you.

Need to reschedule?
You may transfer to a future session without penalty at any time up to seven (7) days prior to your course. We allow one reschedule per course. If you provide C.A.R. Education with less than a seven (7) day notice or fail to attend, you will be liable for the entire course fee. Second and subsequent reschedules will result in a $15.00 processing fee per reschedule. All rescheduling requests must be sent to education@car.org and include the order number associated with the purchase of the course. 

Cancellation and refund policy
You may cancel a course without penalty at any time up to seven (7) days prior to your course. Those who book within seven (7) days are not eligible for cancellation or refunds. To cancel, please send an email to education@car.org and identify the name of the course and include the order number associated with the purchase of the course. Refunds will be issued in the same form of payment that was made.

Please call 213-739-8227 for additional information.


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