Advanced Management Instructor Course

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Advanced
Management
Instructor Course
Module One
Introduction of Instructors
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Course Prerequisites
Do you know what they are?
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Prerequisites
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Current Management Instructor
Recommendation from SD or SMA
Regional Management and Dispute Resolution
formerly Advanced Management)certifications
recorded in eAYSO
Lead Instructor for three of the following courses:
Registrar
Division Coordinator
Treasurer
Safety Director
Regional Board Member Training
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Course Credit
Has everyone signed the roster?
Please use
your legal
name, home
address and
phone, and
birth date
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Certification Requirements:
Within one year of completing the Advanced
Management Instructor Course, you should be a
Lead Instructor for three of the Management
Workshops that require a roster.
Do you know which Management Workshops
require a roster?
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Safety Director
Treasurer
Regional Board Member Training
Registrar
Division Coordinator
Note: To be a lead or co-instructor at an AYSO EXPO,
you must have previously taught the workshop.
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Agenda
Instructor Introduction
Course Ground Rules
Icebreaker
Candidate Presentation # 1
Using Games in Teaching
Team Teaching
Teaching Methods
Questioning Toolkit
Death By PowerPoint
How to be Creative in Teaching Regional Management
Candidate Presentation # 2 (present, critique)
Conclusion
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Who has taken the Regional Management
Workshop?
Did you know you will be giving a 20 minute
presentation at the end of this course on
one of the modules in Regional
Management?
Think about which module you would like to
present.
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Module Two - Icebreaker
• Introduce yourself -The
presentation should be
no more than one
minute and include the
following:
Your Name
City, State
Region/Area/Section
Positions Held
Years of Experience
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1 Minute Introduction Ideas
• What is special about AYSO?
• Why did you choose to volunteer in AYSO?
• Why did you become a Management Instructor?
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Module 3
Course Ground Rules
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Let’s look at the
“AYSO Management Vision
for Training”
in your handbook.
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Take a couple minutes to read the
information in the Handbook and
then some of you will stand up and
explain one point of the Management
Vision to the class.
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Remember: You are trying to
convince all of us about the
importance of what you are saying.
Speak with Power,
Passion and
Pizzazz!
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AYSO Guidelines
This course will be similar to most
AYSO courses in how it will be run,
except there is a set of strict guidelines
for conduct.
Let’s look at a few things:
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AYSO Guidelines
• Everyone attending this course is here to participate and must
be a Management Instructor.
• Break outs into groups they will be mixed based on gender,
Section, years of experience, etc. Groups will not be all women
or all from the same Section.
• All qualified Management Instructors are welcome.
•When you are given feedback on your presentations, it will be as
supportive as possible.
• We are all here to support each other and have fun as individuals
and as a group.
• Instructors we will give you tools to develop your presentation
skills.
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Does anything jump out at
you about our course guidelines?
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Participation = Everyone Plays®
Varied Workgroups = Balanced Teams
Management Instructors = Open Registration
Supportive Feedback = Positive Coaching
Fun, Supportive Environment = Good Sportsmanship
Instructor Tools = Player Development
AYSO’s Six Philosophies!
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Conclusion
If you take the time and try to be
creative, you can often find ways to
present common or dry material in
different ways.
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Module 4
Candidate Presentation #1
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You will now each give a
2-minute presentation on a
topic of your choice, which is
not soccer related.
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Here are some ideas for topics:
– Tell us about a hobby.
– Give us directions on how to do
something.
– A personal story.
– A childhood memory.
– A person you admire and why.
– An AYSO experience.
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Some Additional Ideas:
Food related
How to make lasagna.
How to select the proper wine for dinner.
Outdoors
How to pitch a tent.
Key aspects of rock climbing.
How to choose a bicycle helmet.
Arts and Crafts
How to make a hat from a piece of paper.
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The best way to take a picture.
Details – Do you know what these symbols
mean for your presentation?
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 Be aware of your time. Time management is
important in these 2-minute presentations.
 If you need to set up the room or prepare the
audience in some way, do that first.
 Indicate to the timer (at the back of the room)
that you are ready to begin.Your time will start
then.
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Every Presentation Should Include:
Introduction
Yourself and your topic.
There is no need to say more than your name.
Body
Your introduction should include what
you have chosen to talk about.
Conclusion
Summarize and end the presentation.
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Instructions
When you have 30 seconds left the timer will
hold up a yellow card.
30 Seconds
2 Minutes
When your 2 minutes is up the timer will
hold up a red card.
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Let’s relax and have fun.
Your best instruction will happen when you
are relaxed with the audience, comfortable
with the environment and knowledgeable
about the material you are presenting.
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Give us one word to describe
how you feel after this first
presentation in the course.
Comfortable
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Thankful
Module 5
Using Games in Teaching
Note: The Handbook should be closed for this module.
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Games can prove to be a fun and
interactive way to increase the
learner’s retention of material.
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People have to do more than just
hear information.
They have to engage it, own it and
do something different with it.
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Let’s divide up into groups of
equal numbers.
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We want you all to learn and
remember some basic facts about:
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Let’s play a game.
You will have five minutes to match
all of the questions with the
correct answers.
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What did you like about playing
the game?
How did it help in the learning
process?
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What are some things that an
instructor needs to do before
the game begins?
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What are some things an
instructor should do after
the game?
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How could you have altered the
game if everyone in here was a
brand new AYSO volunteer?
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Use Games...
• When material being presented is dry.
• To demonstrate the importance of teamwork.
• To present a simple concept in an exciting
manner, in particular knowledge based
material.
• To liven up a workshop, especially when much
of the material is presented in a lecture
format.
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When teaching
Management Workshops,
when are games not
recommended?
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Don’t use games when…
• The workshop is a large group and using
a game would cause problems with
workshop control.
• The material is of a serious nature.
• There is a limited time and setting up the
game would take up too much time.
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What was fun about playing the game?
How would a lecture format have
changed the learning process?
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Module 6
Team Teaching
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Instructing
• Who has been in a workshop at an AYSO
EXPO that was taught by two or more
instructors?
• Did they work well together?
• What made them an effective or ineffective
team?
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What is the difference between
team teaching and sequential
(shared) teaching?
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Team Teaching
Both instructors actively
share the instruction of
content and skills to all
students. Typically, both
instructors are in front of the class.
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Sequential or Shared Teaching
When one instructor teaches the
first half of the workshop and then
turns it over to the co-instructor.
The instructors are in front of the
class at different times.
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What are the pros and cons of
team and sequential teaching?
Open your Handbooks for this
activity.
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Sequential Teaching
Pros
Cons
• Consistent
• No variety in
presentation style.
presentation styles.
• Each instructor can • Single viewpoint of
make appropriate
material.
adjustments for their • Sometimes no back-up.
topic while waiting.
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Team Teaching
Pros
Cons
• Variety of
• Takes planning and
presentation styles.
flexibility.
• Both instructors
• Possibility of
actively or passively
confusion of multiple
involved.
instructor viewpoints.
• Back-up instructor to
address special issues
or disruptive students.
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Working with other instructors is
deceptively difficult.
Why?
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What are the characteristics of
successful team teachers?
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Successful Team Teachers are:
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Willing to try instructing new techniques
Positive thinkers
Respectful
Honest
Trusting and trustworthy
Open to another's point of view
Able to communicate
Flexible
Resourceful - "I'll try anything once!"
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Team teaching can be very
successful with the right planning
and attitude.
Try it!
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Module 7
Teaching Methods
Note: The Handbook should be closed for this module.
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Considerations for
Choosing a Teaching Method
• Students have different learning styles.
• Diverse learning objectives must be
taught in different ways.
• Various teaching environments require
different methods.
• Effective teaching necessitates variety in
the methods employed.
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Let’s divide up into groups
again!
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What part of the Registrar Workshop
could be taught through the methods
below?
• Lecture
• Lecture with
guided
participation
• Brainstorming
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• Role playing
• Small group
discussions
• Scenarios
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There are three things that will
determine the teaching method
an instructor will use.
Any guesses?
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1. Attendees
• Why would the size of the audience
determine which teaching method you
would use?
• Is the experience level relevant?
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2. Environment
• In choosing your teaching method when
will it make a difference if you are
indoors or outdoors?
• How will the room size affect your
choice?
• What about equipment?
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3. Subject
• Is it a subject that requires thought,
discussion or debate?
• Will this be a review of the material or
will the attendees be hearing this for
the first time?
• Is it a serious subject?
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Conclusion
• Teaching Methods are like tools; you
can’t build a complete house
with only a saw.
• The best instructors
use a variety of teaching
methods.
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Module 8
The Questioning Toolkit
Note: The Handbook should be closed for this module.
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Some Questions..
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Do you think it is good to use questions?
Should you ask a lot of questions?
Will it make the time go faster?
Will it keep the audience involved?
Is it easy to ask questions?
Are you tired of these questions that can only be
answered with a “Yes” or “No”?
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Why do instructors ask questions?
• To gain the learner’s participation in the class.
• To determine what the learner knows about a
subject.
• To focus attention of the learner.
• To lead discussions.
• To review subject matter.
• To help students learn from each other.
• To test the learner’s knowledge of subjects covered
in the class.
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Types of Questions
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Information Questions
Probing Questions
Clarification Questions
Hypothetical Questions
Prompting Questions
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Safety Director
In the next five minutes come up
with one question about the Safety
Director position from each of the
five different categories of questions.
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Here are the categories again.
• Information
Questions
• Probing
Questions
• Clarification
Questions
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• Hypothetical
Questions
• Prompting
Questions
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Ask Clear Questions
What should you do with leftover
Volunteer Application Forms that
the Registrar uses at registration to
help the RRA and RCA recruit
volunteers so that the RC will be able to
tell the Treasurer that your NAP
account will be in compliance this year?
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Top 10 Questioning Rules
1. Ask clear questions.
2. Ask your question before designating a person to
respond.
3. Ask questions that match your lesson objectives.
4. Distribute questions throughout the class fairly.
5. Ask questions suited to all ability
levels in the class.
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More Rules…
6. Ask only one question at a time.
7. Pause for at least three seconds following each
question.
8. Listen to the answer.
9. Emphasize the correct answer.
10. Avoid “yes” or “no” questions.
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The questioning process should be like
slowly walking down a flight of stairs.
The AYSO APPLE Technique
ASK (the question)
PAUSE (for three seconds)
PICK (call the student by name)
LISTEN (to the answer – another
pause is good)
EMPHASIZE (the correct answer)
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Good questions and questioning
techniques can make
a fair instructor good and
a good instructor great.
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Module 9
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1) People try to put every word
they are going to say into their
PowerPoint slides. Although this
eliminates the need to memorize
your talk, ultimately this makes
your slides crowded, wordy, and
boring. You will lose your
audience’s attention before you
even reach the bottom of your…
1) ………….first slide.
2) Many people do not run spell
cheek before their presentation..
BIB MISTACK! Nothing make
you look stupider than spelling
errrs!
• Avoid
• Excessive
• Bullet
• Pointing
• Only
• Key
• Points
• Should
• Be
• Bulleted
• Too
• Many
• Bullet
• Points
• Will
• Lose
• Your
• Main
• Focus
• In Fact
• The Term
• Bullet
• Point
• Comes
• From
• Firing
• Guns
• At
• Annoying
• Presenters
BAD COLOR SCHEMES
Clashing background and font
colors can lead to:
• Distraction
• Confusion
• Frustration
• Headache
• Nausea
• Vomiting
• Loss of Bladder Control
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Number of slides
Paying Attention
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My Presentation
is HERE!
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Registrar
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Registrar
Treasurer
CVPA
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Treasurer
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Advanced Registrar
Instructor Treasurer
CVPA
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Registrar
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Instructor Treasurer
CVPA
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Registrar
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Instructor
CVPA
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Animation and Special Effects
MAGIC
ACTIVE BUT
CONFUSING
SPINNING CYLINDAR
REGION
WAKE
UP
Lines
AND STOP
SNORING DULL
REGION AND
SLEEPY
SIMPLE BUT
REGION
EFFECTIVE
ACTIVE
SUCK REGION
STATIC
REGION
POINTLESS
MOTION
HYPER
TRIANGLE
REGION
PASSIVE
IGNORED
REGION
A.D.D.
Data Markers
A.D.H.D
REGION
UP
SUPER
SENSES REGION
SCROLLJUST PLAIN DON’T MAKE
STAR
HONOR
TOTALLY
QUESTIONING
REGION
REGION
USELESS
BUBBLE
ANNOYING
REGION HAPPY SMILING
REGION
REGION
Presentation Effectiveness
— Courier New —
Organized and Structured
• Matisse •
Artistic
— Times New Roman —
Lazy • Apathetic • Boring • Unimaginative
And you always use the default
Questions
• How many of you have used the PowerPoint
presentations that are provided with the
management lesson plans?
• Were you comfortable using a PPP?
• What was your comfort level?
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As an Advanced Management
Instructor you will not only be
expected to be able to use
PowerPoint but also display a
higher level of comfort while using
it to enhance your instructing.
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Advantages
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Provides a visual cue for the instructor.
Perfect for large group instruction
Aids in learning for the visual learner.
It can illustrate an abstract idea.
A good PowerPoint presentation can
leave a lasting image of a point that is
being taught.
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Disadvantages
• The instructor become too dependent on the
PowerPoint.
• Can get boring if the instructor starts reading the
slides.
• Can diminish the interaction between the instructor
and course participants.
• If something goes wrong with the equipment, you
may not be able to use the PPP.
• All instructors may not know how to use
PowerPoint or have little experience in using it.
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How can you adapt the use of
PPP for smaller groups?
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Which of the following statements best
describes your view about presenting using
PowerPoint?
• The PowerPoint presentation that has been
developed for the lesson I am teaching uses every
sound, clip art and animation available so I don’t need
to develop my personal presentation skills.
• The PowerPoint presentation IS the presentation.
• The PowerPoint presentation enhances my points; is
clear, clean, and concise; and my audiences walk away
with a clarified message.
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PowerPoint should enhance your
presentation, not take center stage.
You should be the center of
attention.
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And finally, PowerPoint is not a
replacement for a good instructor!
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Module 10
How to be Creative in Teaching
Regional Management
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Regional Management
Identify one or two clever or
innovative activities that you
would incorporate into one of
the Regional Management
modules.
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More Instructions
After the activity is chosen think
about the desired outcome and
the suggested teaching method.
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Let’s Discuss Your Ideas
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Module 11
Candidate Presentation #2
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Directions
• Each student will develop a 20 minute
presentation.
• Make sure that each presentation has an
Introduction, Body and Conclusion.
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More Directions…
• Ask questions to analyze the audience,
assess the needs of the learners, and
promote discussion for interactive
learning.
• Don’t lecture – think about using one of
the teaching methods we discussed.
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Management Instructors Criteria Table
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Management
Instructor Criteria
Management Instructor
Advanced Management Instructor
Authorized to Teach:
All Management Workshops except Auditor, Regional Management,
Dispute Resolution and CVPA (Child and Volunteer Protection
Advocate)
All Management Workshops
Pre-requisites
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Is a registered AYSO volunteer
AYSO’s Safe Haven®
Introduction to Instruction
eAYSO verifies attendance at Regional Management
and Dispute Resolution Workshops
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Is a current Management Instructor
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eAYSO verifies three of the following roster
courses as a lead Instructor:
Registrar
Treasurer
Safety Director Division Coordinator
Regional Board Member Training
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Certification
Requirements
Within one year be the lead instructor for:
three of the following roster workshops
Registrar
Treasurer
Safety Director
Regional Board Member Training
Division Coordinator
Within one year be the lead instructor for three of the
following roster workshops:
Registrar
Treasurer
Safety Director Division Coordinator
Regional Board Member Training
Note: In order to be the lead or co-instructor at
for a certification course a AYSO EXPO, you
must have previously taught the course.
Homework
Assignments at AYSO
EXPO
1. Attend eAYSO for instructors, if offered, or online.
2. Observe three management workshop instructors for the
following:
• Were visual aids used effectively? Give an example.
• Name the best management instructor you observed and tell us
why.
• Give an example of an effective activity or guided participation
technique used in a workshop.
Observe three management workshop instructors for
the following:
•What teaching methods were used?
•Give examples of the type of questions that were asked.
•Comment on how well the instructor involved the
participants.
•What would you have done differently to make the
workshop more creative?
Evaluation Form
Date: ___________________________
AYSO EXPO: _______________
Workshop: _______________________
Instructor Evaluated: _______________
Evaluator: _______________________
Definitions of Scores for evaluation:
1= Fails to Meet Minimum Standards
2= Sometimes meets minimum standards
3= Meets minimum standards
4= Exceeds minimum standards
Observation
Pre-Class
Appearance of instructor
Organization
Presentation
Gave adequate introduction
Maintained adequate control of class
Appeared relaxed and confident
Adapted presentation to needs of students
Demonstrated creativity in presentation
Obtained adequate class participation
Involved students in presentation
Used training aids properly
Answered questions adequately
Completed presentation on time
Met lesson plan goals & objectives
Knowledge
Instructor has AYSO information specific to presentation
Instructor has AYSO information specific to presentation
Corrected any factual errors suggested by students
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Comments
Other Comments & Notes
*Notes: Minimum standards as defined in the Management Instructor Evaluator Courses
Instructors should consistently meet minimum standards
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