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Some were unable to attend the program for some few reasons, Hence the organization has extended the course for extra one day for teachers who couldn’t attend to be able to participate.
The focus of this training is to make teachers identify the factors in the classroom communication process that lead to successful lesson and child learning. The training will equip participants with the strategies and skills needed to effectively use classroom communication to improve the understanding of lesson content.
University of Cape Coast
Auditorium 900, CAPE COAST METROPOLITAN
3 dates for this venue
- Tuesday, 28th June 2022 at 8:30 AM for 5 hours
- Thursday, 30th June 2022 at 8:30 AM for 5 hours
- Wednesday, 29th June 2022 at 8:30 AM for 5 hours
- 9th August 2022
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Private, Public, Unemployed, NABCO, Newly Qualified NSS, Newly Qualified NABCO
Newly Qualified / Service Personnel, Superintendent II, Assistant Director 1 / Rank 5, Senior Superintendent I / Rank 2, Deputy Director / Rank 6, Superintendent I, Principal Superintendent / Rank 3, Director II / Rank 7, Senior Superintendent II / Rank 1, Assistant Director 2 / Rank 4
- Demonstrations, Discussion groups, Hands on Evaluation
- Good classroom communication improves child ……..of lesson content.
- One skill the teacher needs to make children interested in interacting with each other is ………………
- Why do teachers need to be positive with parents in communicating children’s performance?
- Why is good question distribution important?
- State two questioning strategies you have gained from this workshop which you will apply immediately in your classroom.
- State two child-child interaction strategies you will plan for your lessons within the next two weeks of teaching.
- State two ways in which this workshop will change your teaching.
- The types and avenues of communication and interaction in the classroom
- Indirect teaching activities requiring communication and interaction
- Direct Teaching strategies requiring effective communication and interaction
- Effective communication of children’s performance