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What is the hardest part about educating and training?

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Alexandra’s Answer

I think the hardest part of educating and training is connecting with the needs of the audience. Whether you choose to go into teaching or you decide to follow the path of training in the corporate world, once thing is sharing a curriculum and quite another is engaging with your audience and motivating them and inspiring them. I have worked in Corporate Training and Education for over 20 years and while many adult learners come to you lookng to do a better job and grow in their positions they also tend to come stuck in their ways, comfortable in their habits and even a little jaded. So for me the hardest but also the most rewarding part of what I do is motivating and engaging. It is very rewarding though when you see someone have an "aha" moment, fully understand a topic they were struggling with and leave with a new set a tools that teaches them to problem solve and become self sufficient. I hope this helpd. Good luck!

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Jennalyn’s Answer

The hardest for me is how to be flexible considering that you will be dealing with different personalities. You may want to consider as well the age of your students or learners- kids or adults.

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Ann Marie’s Answer

First challenge is gauging your audience depending on the audiences reactions to an initial greeting can set the tone for the class or lecture. My experiences teaching all students ranging from preschool to adults have taught me a flow of insightful presentations and humor captures the audience. Also finding a channel of communication often asking for input from your audience. From teaching curriculum to training service members for extensive combat environments all humans have one aspect in common...they’re human. I find the most rewarding experience from teaching is empowering students to dream big. Empowering students to pursue their dreams in the most effective and successful transition is the greatest opportunity for me to contribute to society.

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July’s Answer

The most difficult part is keeping the students engaged and attentive. If the students are bored they won't learn.

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