If you are an automotive instructor or are planning on becoming one, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Education Foundation has a new resource.
ASE's New Instructor Guide has been expanded to help new and nearly new automotive instructors be more successful in making the transition from doing to teaching. It is also a resource for instructors already in the field.
The online automotive instructor guide now has units covering advisory committees and student placement. It is free and was developed through grants from Ingersoll Rand and the National Network of Business and Industry Associations.
Short video segments also are included that outline best practices, tips and techniques for:
- Developing Quality Lesson Plans
- Delivering Lesson Content so it Engages Students
- Managing Successful Lab Sessions
- Assessing Your Students' Progress and Mastery
- Developing the Most Valuable Advisory Board
- Staying Connected with the Current Automotive Industry
- Engaging Local Industry to Place Students in the Workforce
The guide also includes printable resources such as lesson planning templates and job sheets.
The ASE Education Foundation works with over 2,300 automotive technology training programs and over 50,000 students nationally to provide the transportation industry a viable workforce through standards and credentials for institutions, organizations and individuals. The Foundation also offers career development and workplace exposure creating relationships and partnerships with employers.
For more information, visit www.ASEeducationfoundation.org