Friday, March 20, 2009
Learning to teach Adult with Angelika
It was a big surprise for us to see Ms. Angelika Schulze demonstrated how to cut photographs into pieces, instead of how to make photographs at the beginning of her lecture on ‘Learning and Teaching with Adults’. Actually she did that just for a puzzle to solve as‘break-the-ice’ among participants to whom we will be teaching photography back home.
Ms. Agelika Schulze briefing participants about do's and don't of Trainer during conducting training.
'Adults are babies with big bodies' Interesting right? Well this is what we learn from Ms. Angelika's handouts.
And here we are learning to teach those babies in adults. (In picture: Siddhartha dai in concentration and me giving a million dollor smile to Chandra Shekar dai)
Narendra (left) finds something funny among Bimal dai and Siddhartha dai.
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