I’d like to see a series of actual lesson plans (for 30 - 45 minute sessions), which cover the whole syllabus efficiently, yet effectively. I’m slowly trying to get some together for first class. I may make it to leading in the next year…
Some lessons are presentations, but most are suggestions for activities.
Essentially, I want something that - when a staff member has been landed with teaching first class with 10 minutes notice, or simply hasn’t had chance to prep anything - they can pull out and run (with as little thinking as possible) and it still be a reasonably engaging and constructive lesson.
Personally, I’d be against distributing a printed manual - it’s much easier to keep online materials up to date.
What I’d really like to see is some collaboration. I’m fairly confident that somewhere else in the country, someone will have done something similar to what I’m writing (probably with some better ideas as well). The ACC drive is a start, but having an officially endorsed (and promoted) place that we could all use to exchange and improve on resources I think would really help - e.g. a folder on SharePoint that anyone with Bader access could write to (with the specific purpose of it being for training resources).
I vaguely recall there being somewhere hidden in the training officers area that training officers could write to, but I think it got lost in the 365 migration (and, regardless, it had very little in it)?
Even making it easier to suggest updates to existing training materials would be a start.