How to Design Dynamic Learning Sessions by Joan Hernandez




Discover how to deepen your joy in teaching, creating irresistible classes that deepen learning and student involvement through effective interactive techniques.

You may feel frustrated that many students remain apathetic no matter how hard you try. It upsets you when they barely do enough to get by. You ask yourself — what can I do to interest them? — but the struggle remains to find a reply that satisfies you.

Incorporating participatory techniques in your teaching can capture the students’ attention. Organizing the activities in a learning cycle with experience, reflection, conceptualization, and application phases will deepen their understanding.

About the Author

Although born and raised in the United States, Joan Hernandez has spent most of her adult life in Latin America and considers herself a world citizen. Since 1990, she has worked with Núr University in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, in the fields of education and leadership, with an emphasis on human values. She is the author or co-author of more than twenty books in the fields of leadership, education, family life, and the Baha\\\’i Faith. Each year she conducts numerous workshops related to the topics of her books throughout Latin America, as well as in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Africa.


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