Course 30: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
Justification and review of using performance-based evaluations. Relationship between job analysis, teaching, and evaluation. Principles and practices of developing written and performance tests. Developing performance standards based on trade practices. Making observations while using checklists. Workshop in test construction.
Course 32: TEACHING AND MANAGING IN A TECHNICAL LABORATORY
This third year course builds on information presented in the first and second year courses in which participants gained knowledge about the teaching and learning process. The focus of this course is on preparing instructors to establish a laboratory learning environment and an instructional program where apprentices can develop essential knowledge and skills required to competently perform selected electrical tasks in a simulated work environment. Information will be presented on the major topics of: laboratory learning environments, learning approaches used in technical laboratories, preparing for instruction in technical laboratories, delivering laboratory instruction, managing laboratory learning, managing student behavior, and maintaining a safe and efficient laboratory.