Female real estate instructor leading class.
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Strategies for Adapting to Change to Become a More Effective Real Estate Instructor

Changing for the better requires us to accept the difficult notion that the way we’ve always done things might not be the best way to do them anymore. But nothing gets better without change. It creates the opportunity to improve upon the standard and reach new heights we didn’t know were possible. If you are struggling to adapt the way you teach to the way your students learn, these strategies will help you shift your mindset and open yourself up to new possibilities.
Preparing New Licensees for the Reality of Real Estate Sales
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Preparing New Licensees for the Reality of the Real Estate Business

Most people come into the real estate business certain they will be successful. But success doesn’t just happen in the real estate business. All new agents encounter setbacks they didn’t anticipate. They struggle to secure clients early on, and they sometimes feel alone and unprepared for certain challenges inherent to the profession.
Multigenerational adult students
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Strategies for Teaching in a Multi-Generational Real Estate Classroom

The demographics of the real estate classroom are changing. This is leading to both prelicensing and CE classrooms full of students that span a larger age range than ever before. Your success as a real estate educator relies on your ability to effectively reach an entire classroom of students with different learning styles.
Trends that will affect real estate education in 2017
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5 Big Trends that Will Change Real Estate Education in 2017

Heading into 2017, we are collectively at a place where we need to look critically at what we’re teaching, who is teaching it, who we are teaching it to, and how it’s being taught. Here are the 5 areas where you can expect to see real estate education evolve in the coming year.
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Adults Learners versus Child Learners: The Challenge of Teaching Real Estate

Children and adults have unique characteristics and needs as students. We talked with Carmel Streater, PdD to better understand those differences, and how they should influence the way you teach a real estate course.

Teaching Everything Else

Teaching real estate continuing education courses is not a job for the faint of heart. Our students experience level ranges from wet-ink-on-license to grizzled veterans who know it all.

The Real Estate Instructor’s Toolbelt

The following are suggestions to reduce the number of complaints to regulators and to increase the level of satisfaction and engagement of our students with stories:
Controlling Your Audience

Controlling Your Audience Graciously

“Controlling your audience”… sounds kind of harsh, doesn’t it? Yet, if you’ve ever led a training session, you’ve probably found yourself in one of these situation where you've lost the attention of your audience.