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1 1 Inservice 101- Conducting an Effective Inservice Inservice

2 2 Create a Learning Environment  PLAN and PREPARE  Pay attention to “Details”

3 3 The Opening- Get Started Right  Welcome and Introductions  Agenda  Housekeeping items  Expectations

4 4 Presentation Skills - Tips  Prepare  PREPARE  PREPARE!!!

5 5 Presentation Skills continued..  Practice  PRACTICE  PRACTICE!!!

6 6 Presentation Skills continued...  Being comfortable as a presenter is a result of being prepared!

7 7 Presentation Skills continued..  Research  Follow COMPLETE Lesson Plan  Rehearse and time presentation  Know how to operate equipment

8 8  Appearance  Mannerisms  Position  Simple-Large-Legible Basic Instructor Techniques

9 9 Basic Techniques continued…  BE PREPARED  Talk to Class  Be Comfortable  Enjoy Yourself !!!

10 10 The Adult Learner  Address Their Needs  Make Them Comfortable  Exceed Their Expectations

11 11 Presenting Topics as Required  WAC (5) School Bus Driver Annual Inservice Training  OSPI developed the committee that plans and presents lessons  Expectation from OSPI that each instructor will present the entire lesson plan

12 12 Equipment Needed: PowerPoint Presentation & LCD Projector Overhead Projector & Transparencies Videos & VCR or DVD & DVD Player Lesson Plans and PowerPoint Presentations can be Downloaded from the OSPI Website at:

13 13 Open Internet & Search for OSPI

14 14 Select Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

15 15 Select - Support/Operations then, Pupil Transportation

16 16 Select Driver Instructor

17 17 Scroll to the bottom of page and select Training Materials

18 18 Save to your desktop or open

19 19 Using PowerPoint - 1) Open 2) Slide Show 3) View Show

20 20 Printing PowerPoint 1) Select File 2) Select Print

21 21 Print what? Slides for overhead or document camera

22 22 Print Handouts and Choose how many per page

23 23 Handout Examples

24 24 Trainer Notes Guide You Through the Presentation  Explain the intent of lesson  Tell when to pass out handouts  Cue when to play video/video clips  Give approximate time of lesson  Direct when to add district policy & procedures  Guide group exercises and participation To Fulfill Your Obligation As An Instructor Teach The Lesson Plan As It Was Prepared. Do Not Look For Ways To Shorten It!!!

25 25 Evaluation Tools  Reasons to Evaluate / Purpose  Effective Evaluation Methods Quiz, Demonstration, Reciting, Group Exercise  Evaluations Should Not Be: Unfair, Difficult, The Same, Vague, Embarrassing  Evaluations Should: Reinforce Learning, Offer Positive Reinforcement, and Be Measurable

26 26 Summary  August 1 to November 1 each year  Teach material as presented to you.  PREPARE and PRACTICE!  Give them your best!  Evaluate

27 27 Evaluation  Describe three (3) characteristics of a classroom setting that has been designed to enhance in-service training.  State three (3) reasons the opening of a training session is important and tell us what housekeeping issues need to be addressed during this time.  Identify five (5) of the needs unique to adult learners.

28 28 Evaluation  Identify five basic presenter techniques.  Name the timeline defined in WAC (5) that each authorized driver must receive in-service training.  Name two (2) ways to modify or change the lesson plan to fit your district policy or procedure.

29 29 Evaluation  State two (2) reasons an evaluation is necessary.  Name four (4) evaluation techniques.  Identify two (2) items that an evaluation should not be.


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