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How to Teach Workshop

January + February Courses

How to Teach Workshop

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How to Teach Workshop

65.00

Taught by Douglas Tsoi

Becoming a Better Communicator Personally and Professionally

Teaching is a fundamental life skill. What sex is to genes, teaching is to culture --it's the only way we humans pass it on. Want to learn how to do it well? Subjects include communicating so people understand, designing great curriculum, and facilitating dialogue in the classroom. 

 

 

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Saturday, January 21st || 10:00-4:00 pm
SE Uplift || 3534 SE Main Street
$65 || Includes materials || Scholarships available

Teaching is a fundamental life skill. What sex is to genes, teaching is to culture --it's the only way we humans pass it on. Want to learn how to do it well? Subjects include communicating so people understand, designing great curriculum, and facilitating dialogue in the classroom. 

Many times, content experts are not good teachers. They know a lot and are passionate and they think that's enough. But teaching isn't about content delivery. It's about understanding what the learner needs to know, from the beginning. It's about sparking the desire and giving ability in others to continue learning without you. 

This class is for anyone who wants the skill set to effectively share their knowledge and beliefs with others. It is for anyone to wants to advance professionally, be a better parent, or lead an intellectually interesting life.

This class may eventually become a prequisite for teaching at PUGS.

Content: Telling Ain't Teaching. Five Steps to Instructional Design, Dialogue, Facilitation, and Learning


Douglas Tsoi, JD, has been a lawyer, schoolteacher, and climate change activist. He is also the founder of PUGS. For the last twenty years, he saved half of his salary, earning him financial freedom to do what he wants with his time. Which is, of course, running PUGS.