You're standing in front of a group you're supposed to teach. You've spent time preparing the materials you plan to cover. You're all set to begin...and then a nagging thought pops in.
"How much of what you teach will your students retain? 10%, 20%, 50%? Are you wasting your time?"
What do you do?
You could use the traditional Lecturing and Testing method to ensure people learn the material. This is a very work intensive process for the teacher. Lecturing is a means of delivering information. More is required if a person is to learn and understand the material presented.
You could use the Dynamic Teaching process which uses the student's life experiences and contexts (guided by the instructor) to learn the information being taught. The student uses his or her own perceptions and descriptions to anchor the information in his or her mind. Dynamic Teaching is considerably less work for the teacher than the traditional standard teaching methods.
The goal of the Dynamic Teaching Book is to prepare the reader in an hour and a half or less to start using the information.