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GREEA Instructor Workshop
Thursday, December 5, 2019


Morning Presentation

The Art of Helping Adults Learn
Instructors: Serena Henry, Sharon Miller, Judge Parker
This course will highlight six foundational components that will help you enhance your approach to helping adults learn.  It will outline how instructor experience, relatability, education, message delivery, preparedness and long-term developmental goals will help you and your ADULT LEARNERS WIN!


Afternoon Presentation

The “Legal” Approach for Teaching to The New PSI Exam!
Instructor: Joe Kennedy
This session is designed to compare and contrast the differences between the Applied Measurement Exam (AMP) and the new PSI National Real Estate Content Outline. Moreover, we will identify the PSI exam methodologies of Recall/Recognition; Application/Analysis; and demonstrate How Malcolm’s Andragogy and the REEA’s General Accepted Principles of Education (GAPE) may be incorporated in the classroom for students to gain a higher cognitive level of topic areas being tested.


GREC/GREAB Annual School Meeting
Friday, December 6, 2019


Opening Session

First Impressions are Lasting Impressions
Instructor: Maura Neill 
From first impressions to ongoing interactions, you play a critical role in the perception and reality of the real estate and appraiser industry by educating licensees on how to represent the industry to the public and each other. Help your students be effective and enjoy a successful career by assisting them with developing their knowledge and skill set, using and improving your emotional intelligence, and recognizing there are many realities and different perceptions within the industry. In this session, you’ll test your perception and compare it to others’ and examine how you apply emotional intelligence when interacting with students, other instructors, school administrators and the industry.


Morning Breakout Sessions

Once Upon a Time: Stories that Stick for Instructors
Instructor: Maura Neill 
Storytelling is an ancient art; it captivates us all, captures our imaginations, and, when used effectively, can make you stand out from the crowd. Storytelling creates understanding and insight into your class topics as a story for your students; it creates affinity, even those whom you haven’t met yet; and it provides your classes with a vehicle for unique, captivating instructional content. From the way you present yourself and your knowledge, a memorable story has the power to help you both inform and inspire your students. So, what’s the story you’ll share?

GREC/GREAB Q&A Discussion Forum 
Experts: Craig Coffee, Deputy Commissioner; Kenneth Johnson, Education Advisor; Margaret Wallace, School Investigator
Join GREC/GREAB and PSI staff for a Q&A discussion forum. This forum is for administrators and instructors of real estate and appraiser schools. It will allow you the opportunity to ask questions and have discussions with the experts.

 

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

T3- Tech Tools for Trainers
Instructor: Jeremias “JMan” Maneiro
Instructors will learn how to seamlessly implement technology into the classroom. Instructors will leave with the ability to enhance student engagement using technology, inject humor using video and avoid EPIC technology fails by having a tech emergency tool kit and back up plans already in place.

 

GREC/GREAB Q&A Discussion Forum 
Experts: Craig Coffee, Deputy Commissioner; Kenneth Johnson, Education Advisor; Margaret Wallace, School Investigator
Join GREC/GREAB and PSI staff for a Q&A discussion forum. This forum is for administrators and instructors of real estate and appraiser schools. It will allow you the opportunity to ask questions and have discussions with the experts.

 

Closing Session

Video Bootcamp with Improv for Instructors 
Instructor: Jeremias “JMan” Maneiro
Do you want to use video but don’t know where to get started? Started but stalled? Think you know it all? We want you here. We will start from “press record button” all the way to “click to post.” You will learn how to edit videos, add voice overs, and post everywhere. Find out how to download videos from YouTube as well create a YouTube channel and a Facebook Page to showcase your video library, how to get video testimonials, produce better videos, and promote your courses more effectively to fill the seats. Stop being a still photo and join the video revolution today.