(A) Spend time building relationships with teachers.
(B) Make the conversations about students.
(C) Tell teachers if they attend your training sessions they will become a better teacher.
(D) Design authentic activities that are meaningful for classroom practice.
Some examples of how you can help reluctant teachers become more engaged in your training session are:
- Design authentic activities that can help them with classroom practice.
- Spend time building relationships with teachers. Understand their concerns, how they feel about teaching, what they are lacking and how can you motivate them to join your training.
- Make the conversation about students so that the teachers don’t feel they are being targeted.
This question is a part of the Get Your Entire Audience Engaged chapter from the Unit 4 Planning For Engaging Training Sessions unit. You can find all the answers asked in this exam on our Unit 4 Planning For Engaging Training Sessions Answers page.