Foundations Instructors

A successful educational program rises and falls on the quality of the instruction. No matter how good the workbook or the PowerPoint slides, how comfortable the facilty, or how tasty the lunch, if the instructor isn't up to the task, the whole program suffers. An experienced instructor, well prepared, can energize an audience better than any whistle or bell, and can overcome a bad room, a broken projector, or the distracted attitude of an inattentive particpant much more successfully than flashy materials can make up for bad instruction. Maintaining enthusiasm and a positive attitude, responding to questions, posing challenging cases, encouraging particpation and coaching learners through tentative application are all part of a top-rank teacher's repertoire.