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Chapter 5. Facilitating Learning Activities

Chapter 5. Facilitating Learning Activities

What’s Inside This Chapter

In this chapter, you’ll learn:

  • Three main types of learning activities

  • Three main types of skill practices

  • Ways to confirm the choice of learning activity by aligning it with learning objectives

  • How to meet varied learning preference needs in learning activities

  • About the characteristics and purposes of transfer activities.


The key to good facilitation in general is practice, practice, and more practice. When you turn your attention to facilitating specific kinds of learning activities, this advice is true as well, but, in addition, you must also plan, plan, and plan. Nothing affects the potential success or failure of a learning activity more than how well you plan the activity by thinking through each aspect of the activity ahead of time so that the facilitation will go smoothly.


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