All tagged Facilitator Guide
Anyone who uses Word to create documents with numbered lists knows the of agony discovering that your lists have gone sequential on you as your document gets bigger. Microsoft Word is actually set up to work this way, but it's not usually what we want. This newest release of LeaderGuide Pro contains an alternative style guide that allows you to set up numbered lists that include images, lines, answers, etc. that you can demote through 9 levels.
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Here are a few reasons why including the Participant Guide in your Facilitator Guide is not the best idea.
Which comes first, the facilitator guide or the participant guide? There are two distinct schools of thought on this subject. I am squarely in the "facilitator guide first" camp. Because from a well constructed facilitator guide you can generate a participant guide with minimal additional work. A good facilitator guide will follow the flow of the class, step-by-step. A good participant guide will too, but the instructional flow won't be obvious if you write the participant guide first.