One way of recognizing the impact this training has had for you is to demonstrate your new knowledge, skills and abilities in practical, real-life ways. Look at the two final assignments, and choose the one that interests you and most closely reflects your goals for professional development.
Learning Outcome: to demonstrate a working knowledge of visual, auditory and organizational learning disabilities, and appropriate strategies that will assist learning for each.
This assignment might be a good one to do if you do not have your own group of learners yet, or you are an instructor who is new to working in an LBS classroom.
Learning Outcome: to demonstrate a way for identifying possible learning disabilities in LBS learners, and an ability to plan approaches to teaching that consider the needs of adults with various learning disabilities.
This assignment might be a good one to do if you are an experienced LBS instructor working in a classroom environment.