By using the teaching process outlined on the left of each page in the instructor's guide, the instructor is creating the best learning situation for this program. The teaching process outline tells the instructor what to do. The content outline, on the right of each page, tells the instructor what to say. The handouts, which immediately follow the instructor's guide, are mechanisms to reinforce the knowledge and to provide opportunities for participants to practice some of the procedures. The handouts are designed to be permanent reference materials for the participants.
Burch, Genevieve, "Instructor's Guides Practical Skills for Administrators" (1981). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 149.