ProAdvisors – Stepping into the Role of Instructor



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Great comparison

I love the comparison of training adults versus training teenagers and children. I have always thought that I'd prefer teaching adult learners because of their "choice" to learn the subject without giving thought to the evaluation of the teacher's confidence and competence going on in the mind of the adult student (something of which I too am guilty). Thanks for this series. We'll be reviewing it closely as we build the training arm of our practice.

Michele Roberts 361 days ago

Love it

Would jump at the opportunity to learn how to teach QB.

Rick Hays more than 1 year ago

Love this!

Murph, this is a great article, I have been teaching QuickBooks in the classroom for 16 years, it seems the struggles remain the same, "technology", I have learned patience, patience, patience! I would be interested to know what some "best practices" recommendation the other Instructors have out there in Education-land.. Thanks for this

Pat Hartley more than 1 year ago

I love instructing!

I was one of those people who started off teaching kids, but moved to training adults because they wanted to be there and wanted to learn. Now, not only do I teach popular 1-shot classes, but we've begun to record them and make them available to others! QBO has been particularly popular.

Alicia Katz Pollock more than 1 year ago

trainer training

I would love to be on the list for this material. I'm actually a former kindergarten teacher and daycare owner. I find if I can teach a 4 or 5 year old to read and most especially a 2 year old to go pottie I can use the same skill set to teach my clients to use QuickBooks (smiley face inserted here)...

Linda Carlton more than 1 year ago

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