Evidence-based training methods: a guide for training professionals
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Ruth Colvin Clark

This book summarises the most up-to-date evidence about critical decisions faced by training professionals. It examines the roles of classroom instructors, developers of training materials, training managers, and the designers of e-learning, and suggests that their techniques will be vastly more effective when based on evidence.

It covers the three key components of all training; how to make training personal; the five proven laws of practice in training; and four common training myths, including how to redirect resources wasted on them.

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Ruth Colvin Clark

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A comprehensive overview of the key components for effective, evidence-based training for teachers and instructors, which may be of use to school leaders and those responsible for mentoring new teachers. 


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