The uniqueness of you!

Where do humour, playfulness and storytelling fit in your facilitation skills? What about demonstration skills, leading groups, or stepping students through dense knowledge and procedures?

We all have gaps in our training and critical reflection builds an understanding of our strengths and weaknesses. How can we use this to improve our engagement with students?

In this webinar, we’ll explore a range of approaches for tapping into your personality to build better understanding and relationships with students. 

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Create a personal understanding of engagement.

  • Reinforce role modelling to lead students to learn productive work ethics, build adaptability and creativeness.

  • Reflect on your own learning preferences to improve your facilitation and demonstration skills with diverse learners.

  • Use your experience to build student’s adaptability and creativity.

  • Critically reflect on your industry experience to provide teaching points through storytelling.

  • Reinforce your own understanding of body language, presentation and voice projection skills.

  • Understand ideas for reinforcing personality traits that can succeed in the workplace

  • Evaluate the challenges of using your personality to communicate and train in online facilitation environments.

This Session

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    Webinar information

    • Replay of the Recorded Live Webinar

    • Session Feedback

    • Final Steps

About your presenter

Mick Gwyther

Mick commenced e-learning while working with disadvantaged learners in the Victorian ACE sector in the mid-1990s. 

He began mentoring ACE teachers around digital teaching and learning in 1998 before setting up an RTO. 

Now part of Yum Studio, he oversees a variety of coaching, mentoring and training programs to assist educators and RTOs to introduce learner centred approaches to digital learning. 

Michael is also a digital learning writer, designer and digital facilitation coach and VET trainer.

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