ERIC Number: ED216220
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1955
Reference Count: 0
How to Use Role Playing and Other Tools for Learning. Leadership Pamphlet #6.
Adult Education Association of U.S.A., Washington, DC.
This pamphlet on using various learning tools is the sixth of 16 in a series to provide leaders in adult activities with sound introductory material to give practical help in using a method of adult education or working in a particular area. Its objective is to help leaders improve their methods of teaching. Ten articles and how-tos are included. "Learning Through Role Playing" discusses this method, its uses, and some things to avoid. "A Case Example" follows which describes the steps in the role playing process. A "Checklist of Tools for Learning" lists various learning resources and activities and briefly describes each one. An overview of role playing in a large group is entitled "Audience Role Playing.""Some Program Patterns" looks at these types of activities: forum, panel, symposium, and workshop. "Why a Problem Census?" and "How to Get Feedback" describe techniques to increase learning group self-direction. "Choosing the Right Audio Visual Aid" offers suggestions for selecting aids for various settings. Necessary steps for educational visits are described in "Take a Field Trip." The pamphlet closes with a short list of steps in the process of "Inventing New Tools." (YLB)
Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Adult Education Association of U.S.A., Washington, DC.
Note: For related documents see CE 032 641-656.