e-Manual - for self-Learn's Mentors/Guides

In this e-Manual, you will find easy steps for efficient ways of guiding your low-skilled adult for upgrading their skilledness level

1. Introduction
2. Motivating skills
2.1. Methods for how to motivate and guide the low-skilled learner
2.1.1. Learning environment
2.1.2. Skilled instructors
2.1.3. Involvement in the planning of training
2.1.4. Enjoyable and engaging learning
2.1.5. Flexible conditions
2.1.6. Individualized, contextualized and inclusive teaching models
2.2. Encouraging learner persistence
2.2.1. Help the learner attempt to solve problems on his/her own
2.2.2. Highlight how your learner’s actions help him/her in achieving a goal
2.2.3. Don’t show disappointment
2.3. Ways to involve learners in learning
2.3.1. Confidence building
2.3.2. Keeping interest
2.3.3. Teach learners self-monitoring skills
3. Collaboration skills
3.1. Collaborating learning - working collaboratively with low-skilled adults
3.1.1. Giving enough time
3.1.2. Different perspectives
3.2. Communication, conflict resolution and open-mindedness
3.3. Active listening, questioning, and understanding – giving and receiving feedback
3.4. Empathy and emotional intelligence
4. Observation skills
4.1. Use of feedback and motivate the usage of feedback
4.2. Difficulties experienced by low-skilled adults
4.3. Guiding the effective use or reading comprehension, digital and numeracy data to evaluate, provide feedback and optimize training outcomes

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