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What teaching methods would be the most appropriate to use to accompany new information in a staff-development class? What is your rationale?

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The process of teaching involves the instructor's awareness of the participants' learning styles so as to maximize the benefit of the process for all participants. Consequently, in order for participants to benefit fully from the lesson being taught, learning must take place. The process of learning involves gaining new information to add on to existing information. The key word here is "existing information." What this is suggesting is that the learning process involves several stages where each stage is built upon a previous stage. Think of a child who is learning to walk. First the ...

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