What are some examples of how you can help reluctant teachers become more engaged in your training session? (Select all that apply)

(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.

Explanation

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.

Conclusion

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.

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