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Starting with the end in mind and working towards completing the lesson plan works for me. 

Learning objectives help guide the lesson plans. 

Keep good lesson plans and keep them up to date. 

Planning is key, and making sure that you have wiggle room in your schedule for compression and/or questions. 

Lesson notes can help instructors stay organized and focused on key learning objectives during training.

Always include objectives and standards in your lesson plans to provide clarity for the training audience. 

It's important for instructors to provide a rationale statement for the training, because this will provide relevancy for the training audience. 

I've learned how important it is to conduct a baseline assessment of the knowledge and experience of your training audience, because learning plans can always be tailored to provide more effective training objectives. 

I enjoyed how this course covered four different strategies for instruction. I think the key is a combination of them to use in your classroom and varying your instruction thought out a unit of study. 

I use a combination of competency-based grading in a letter-grade format. This allows my students to always improve and still understand where they fall within a letter grading system. 

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