Topics In Cosmetology Instruction - Part II

About the Course
It is important to discern the nature of active learning, the empirical research on its use, the common complications and barriers that give rise to instructors’ resistance to utilize interactive instructional techniques, and how teachers, administrators and educational researchers can help propel active learning into the forefront of learning strategies. Part II of Topics in Cosmetology will discuss these factors along with research findings that can address everyday classroom difficulties and help cosmetology instructors implement effective teaching strategies.

Learning objectives
  • Identify two (2) “active learning” alternatives to the “traditional lecture” format.
  • Explain how to incorporate “active learning” into existing teaching strategies.
  • Identify the elements involved in asking students effective questions rather than low-level cognitive questions.
  • Summarize how an instructor’s expectations can unconsciously influence student performance.
  • Discuss the myths and realities concerning teaching and learning styles.
  • Select different techniques to help relieve students of test anxiety. 
  • Identify the symptoms or characteristics of Adult Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in students.