Preparing students to pass the state exam is different than preparing them to be successful real estate agents. Learn how microlearning can help you create a valuable relationship with your students by preparing them for both.
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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.
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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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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.
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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.
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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:
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“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.