In this 90-minute virtual workshop recording, I introduce the natural learning process, self-efficacy, and present a reflection tool for planning and improving feedback that cultivates confidence in others. Be sure to download the handout at the end of this post.
Feedback and support from others are sources of our self-efficacy — our belief in ourselves to accomplish a task. Using a simple formula, we can adjust our feedback to be a super-booster for self-efficacy, motivation, and belonging. In this recorded workshop, participants will learn how to encourage others more effectively to reach their goals.
Participants will be able to provide self-efficacy-boosting feedback.
- What are the sources of motivation?
- How does motivation affect learning?
- How do you give feedback that boosts motivation?
About the Recording
This workshop was for faculty at Kishwaukee College, presented virtually on December 3, 2021. The session was two hours long, however, the recording has been edited to trim out lulls and breaks.
To make virtual sessions interactive and engaging, we employ multiple teaching techniques. With years of experience doing so, we’ve honed strategies for helping participants understand tasks and model in various ways how to navigate the technologies before moving into breakout groups. We monitor breakout room progress.
You can download a sample handout at the end of this post.
Request this workshop
Are you interested in this workshop for your team? We can do it in-person or virtually for up to a full-day workshop, extending on each topic and increasing engagement through breakout groups.