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classroom methods and trends



I am doing some research on state-of-the-art methods and trends in classroom training. Is it role plays, simulation or guided constructivism?

Many thanks in advance,

Astrid Varchmin

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  1. Latest methods
    This is harder than it first appears. Some methods that appear to be new are merely re-branding of older versions. Some that have been around for a while are being reinterpreted in some quite novel ways.
    I’d suggest getting hold of the excellent Encyclopedia of Development Methods by Andrzej Huczynski.
    My own view is that techniques drawn from accelerated learning are experiencing some resurgence. Looking more widely, coaching, Action Learning, reflective practice, drama and blended learning are all in vogue.
    In many respects it is not the method per se that is new, it is the pace and dynamism, or participation and self-management, with which it is delivered that has changed. I think it is also now more common to mix creative, radical and challenging methods with business focussed activities and real work.
    Hope this helps


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