As this post clearly states, Practitioners encounter learners from various backgrounds and with different learning styles. Yet they’re attending with the same goal.
The role of the practitioner isn't only to share knowledge, but to encourage learners to develop their own understanding and how it fits in their overall study plans – and in the "Real world".
This post, by Sarah Rawson a tutor and studying for her Masters in Education, looks at...
- Encouraging Critical Thinking
- Recognizing Different Learning Styles
- Reading Nonverbal Signs
- Creating a Collaborative Learning Environment
- Communicating With Colleaguesr
It also provides some links for further Reading