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Teacher Training Boot Camp
Reminder Cell phones on vibrate/mute Minimize unrelated chit chat to avoid distractions Have a enjoyable and productive learning session
Cosmetology Teacher of the Year Award Ms Joan Briggs
Great Wall of China
Objectives General guidelines Change management Generational differences Delivering a great presentation Teaching methods Enhancing Powerpoint presentations New milady Products
General Guidelines Maintain an appropriate attitude as an educator Dependability and flexibility Time Management / Organizational Skills Teamwork Communication Skills
Winning Personality and Positive Attitude as an Educator Maintain an open mind Make the best of what you have Do not live in fear Focus on the future Share pleasing remarks
Dependability and Flexibility
Time Management / Organization Set Goals Establish Objectives Identify Priorities Analyze Time Use Plan your Time Relax
Cooperation and Teamwork Stumbling Blocks Selfishness Dishonesty Unreliability Hostility Suspicion Laziness Untidiness Trouble Making Poor Communication Rudeness Dynamic Team Empathy Honesty and Integrity Reliability Goodwill, Positive Attitude Trust and Openness Willingness and Energy Neatness and Order Cheerfulness Open, Clear Communication Courtesy
Be an Excellent Communicator Develop habits of listening and the willingness to listen to students Allow students to complete their thoughts Give time to students to process Keep the focus on the student Demonstrate that you are listening with supportive mannerisms and body language
Do you embrace change? Do you resist change? Why? Coping with change
Change is defined as… To make different. To transform. To give a different position or direction. To make a shift. To undergo modification. To pass from one phase to another.
Change is… About the future. About getting comfortable with the uncomfortable. About how to make great things happen in your school. A never-ending cycle happening over and over again.
Why is change necessary? The industry is changing! 21 st century education is learner centered, not educator centered.
Generational Differences Size Entering the workforce (boomers retiring) Marketing & Buying Power
Instructional Activities (Gen Y) Give lots of activities with several steps Use the most up-to-date technology and references available Tie course or program goals in with economic gain Get creative or allow them to be creative with presentations
Dynamic Presentation Powerful Openings Deliver Content –Strengthen Content Close with Impact
C – Consider the topic R – Research the topic E – Examples for clarification A – Analyze your learners T – Teach with poise E – Enjoy and be enthusiastic C – Consider the topic R – Research the topic E – Examples for clarification A – Analyze your learners T – Teach with poise E – Enjoy and be enthusiastic
Teaching Methods Demonstration and Practice Group Discussion Window Paning Mind Mapping Projects Workbooks/Handouts Case Studies Concept Connectors Stories/Anecdotes Mnemonics Energizers Experiments Humor Games
Embedding video into a presentation (from a file) Open up a PowerPoint slide Click “Insert” at the top of the menu bar Select “Movie” Select “Movie from file” Find the file in the respective folder
Embedding video into a presentation (Hyperlink ) Find a video on the web and copy the link Open a PowerPoint slide Select “Insert” from the top of the menu Select “hyperlink” from the dropdown box Paste the hyperlink in the “address” box Type the title as you want to appear in your slide Click “Okay” Note…………it only works when you’re online Milady
Inserting Images into a presentation Should already have image(s) saved to your computer Open a PowerPoint slide Select “Insert” from the top of the menu Select “Picture” Select “From File” Find your image and click “Insert”
“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” William Arthur Ward
What Resources does Milady have to support you?
Milady Standard Cosmetology 2012 Edition –Metric edition –Magazine layout and design –Updated infection control and sanitation information –Left-handed procedures –Live models
Student Resources –Theory Workbook –Practical Workbook –Study Guide: Essential Companion –Exam Review –Online Licensing Prep –Situational problems –Haircutting –Haircoloring and Chemical Texture Services –Student CD –CourseMate
Haircutting Supplement AND Hair Coloring and Chemical Texture Services Supplement
Instructor Support –Course Management Guide –Course Management Guide on CD –Instructor Support Slides on CD –Interactive Games on CD –Student CD-network version –DVD Series –Haircutting Instructor Resource on CD –Haircoloring and Chemical Texture Services on CD –Haircutting DVD Series –Haircoloring and Chemical Texture Services DVD Series
Milady standard Makeup –Metric Measurements Included –Hundreds of Images to Support Learner –Spotlight Profiles –3 Day, 3 Week, 6 Week or 10 Week Standalone Program –Can be used with Cosmetology or Esthetics Program
Milady and NPGroup wishes you great success! Gerard McAvey Director of Marketing and Training