Bulletin 1988 V19-1
REAL ESTATE INSTRUCTOR WORKSHOP
The Real Estate Commission, in conjunction with the North Carolina Real Estate Educators Association (NCREEA), sponsored the Annual Real Estate Instructor in Raleigh on April 11 and 12.
Sharon Montague of the Asheville Professional School of Real Estate discusses the special problems associated with teaching adults.
More than 150 instructors, members of NCREEA, and others interested in real estate education participated in the Workshop sessions which featured experts in a variety of education-related topics, including:
The keynote speaker, Julie Garton, of Coral Gables, Florida, conducted a practical two-hour session focused on "Overcoming Classroom Problems," that was the highlight of the workshop.
Evelyn Johnston, Education Coordinator, updates the workshop participants on the Commission's education requirements.
The Education Department staff presented updates on a variety of areas. Larry Outlaw, Director of Education and Licensing, presented the Commission's outlook on mandatory continuing education and appraiser certification. Evelyn Johnston, Education Coordinator, discussed school performance and instructor certification. And Miriam Baer, Examination Coordinator, reviewed the Commission's in-house examination program as well as problem topics and planned changes in the licensing examination.