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Facilitating Learning


We learn when we pay attention; thus instructors are tasked with gaining and maintaining learner attention, encouraging participation, and fostering meaningful learning experiences. Throughout instructional facilitation, instructors are to use a variety of strategies and questioning techniques and to bring closure to instruction so that learners are able to retain and transfer learning.

12. Learner Engagement

Learning experiences can be influenced by the dynamics of the group of learners. Some modifications and adjustments may be necessary such as in the case of visually impared or language learners. Instructors must be capable of responding to the unique dynamics of the individuals and group and modify the learning experience accordingly.

13. Instruction Adaptation to Learners/Learning Environment

Feedback is one of the most efficacious instructional elements in an instructor's arsenal (Hattie, 2012). Instructors must provide learners with clear, timely, specific, and relevant feedback. Central to feedback is that an instructor provides and responds to open and fair feedback using a variety of feedback strategies. Learners must also be instructed on feedback approaches and given opportunities to give and receive feedback.

14. Learning Promotion Through Feedback

An instructor's primary goal is to encourage the retention and promotion of their learners' knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSAs) aligned to the goals of the learning experience.Instructors should encourage their learners through a variety of media to express their thinking and attitudes at appropriate times, and ultimately promote synthesis and integration of the learning experience by promoting practice and self-assessment.

15. Retention and Promotion of Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes

The ultimate outcome of many instructional interventions is the transfer of KSAs learned in one context and applied to a new one. This transfer of learning (Mayer, 2002) is difficult to achieve and requires instructors to create learning experiences that enable learners to apply their learning across multiple contexts,

16. Transfer of Learning Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes to Other Contexts

Class management is applied to any instructional setting, including both physical and virtual. An instructor is responsible for establishing and managing an effective instructional environment that fosters not only learning but learner well-being.Using a variety of skills and techniques, an instructor needs to create a positive environment for learning such as managing instructional flow and guiding student behaviors.

17. Application of Class Management Principles