Luma Learning Strategies in the Transportation Industry
Teaching Without A Teaching Degree: Luma Learning Lessons contains 52 lesson plans and worksheets with 106 different teaching strategies designed for the trucking industry that can easily be adapted to suit any age and content topic.
Our free Luma Learning Lessons include objectives, estimated time, materials and instructional procedures for classroom and online/blended teaching. We will provide strategies on how to use our new LumaLive technology to collaborate virtually in real-time. We include these pillars from our learning research to illustrate where they are infused in our lessons.
- Arrange the room in stations and put 1 scenario on each table.
- Have learners work in pairs.
- Optional: Have learners come up with team names.
- Have the teams come up with solutions or responses to the scenarios. Feel free to add specific scenarios that apply to you at your company.
- When teams have made their way through all the scenarios, have the groups discuss their solutions.
- Invite the police officer to provide his or her perspective on their solutions.
- Invite the learners to create posters for the office to display that align to tips for communicating with the police.
- Optional: After they leave the class have them review Luma’s eNugget® on How to Communicate When Pulled Over or a similar online content.
- Optional: You can choose 1 poster a month to highlight in a company newsletter. Hang posters in the office and post on social media.
- Assign Luma’s eNugget® on How to Communicate When Pulled Over or a similar online content.
- Provide a challenge for learners to create posters for the office to display that align to tips for communicating with the police. Set a date for them to submit their posters by sending snail mail, dropping it off by a terminal, or taking a picture and sending via mail.
- Have drivers submit questions about communicating with policy before a live classroom or online synchronous session in a webinar tool like LumaLive.
- Invite a police officer to share their experiences and best practices for communicating with police.
- Hold a Q & A with the drivers.