UNESCO-UNEVOC | e-Forum | Network TVETipedia   Register  |  Login 
TVETipedia - Knowledge Sharing Platform for TVET, painting by E. Michelet
Search
Navigation
  • Main Page
  • Index
  • Glossary
  • Recent Changes
  • Interaction
  • About TVETipedia
  • Community
  • Contribute
  • Contact
  • Chat
  • Help | FAQ
  • Tools
  • File Upload
  • Add Article



  •   hosted by
    UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre


  • Article
  • Edit
  • Discussion
  • History
  • Sign up     Log in  

    High Impact Teaching Strategy (HITS)

    It would be nice to have a good definition here, something like:

    High impact teaching strategy focuses on what your students or staff need to know/practice to meet their business goals. You need to ensure that you do not specify "nice to haves" or other learning goals that are irrelevant. The aim of this approach is to only deliver training that has the maximum impact (has the highest degree of leverage).

    For instance, you determine that your staff need sales training. But rather than put them all through a full sales course, you examine the situation further and find out that half need training in better prospecting, the others in better objection handling. So you develop or buy in just a short session on prospecting and another on overcoming objections.

    Spending will be better targeted this way and by using alternative methods of training, coupled with line manager coaching, you will get more from your budget.

    e-Forum Discussion:
    http://www.unevoc.unesco.org/forum.php?lang=&show=589




    auto-translate this page:               Watchlist     What links here?

    Article: High Impact Teaching Strategy last changed on 12.03.2009 16:39 by Predrag Krstic
            Disclaimer         Licence         Acknowledgements         www.tvetipedia.org powered by DrWiki based on Typo3