Teaching Adults: Taking Next Steps to Improve Your Next Teaching Moment

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Central Time)
Virtual Event
Web Seminar
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Real learning takes place after the class is over and when the participant tests new ideas in the workplace. This webinar will include results collected from the June 19th webinar and discussion about successes and failures of adult education principles in law libraries and related institutions. Learn what it takes to improve teaching and delivery to create dynamic learning experiences and impact results.  Highlights include real life applications of participation, contextual learning, accommodating different learning styles and the need for practical standards.

You will learn how to:

Apply the theory of adult education in real classrooms.
Weigh the pros and cons of different methods.
Develop a “toolbox” of responses when trusted classroom methods fail.

Speaker: 

Pat Wagner
Manager and Producer
Pattern Research Inc.

Pat Wagner has experience as an educator and trainer in academia and workplaces throughout the United States, including major institutions such as AT&T, Coors, and the Department of the Interior, academic libraries from Stanford to Harvard, and special libraries including legal, academic, government, and corporate workplaces. She is a regular presenter, face-to-face and online, for national, state, and local library organizations and has spoken at law, medical and special library chapters throughout North America, as well as at AALL conferences. She is known for her practical and engaging presentations.

This program is made possible by a grant from the AALL/Bloomberg BNA Continuing Education Grants Program.