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BUREAU FOR INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE COORDINATION BILC CONFERENCE – BRUGES, BELGIUM. 4 -9 May 2014 SG# 3 - Working effectively with SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) An essential step in designing and developing operational language courses requires coordination with SMEs. • This SG should discuss the importance of SMEs and how SMEs can contribute to the success of an operational language course. • Finally, the SG should describe ways to optimise the working relationship with SMEs. Study Group Members: Australia ~ Fiona Curtis Austria ~ Josef Ernst Azerbaijan ~ Azad Alakbarov Bulgaria ~ Trayko Stoykov France ~ Hélène Mourey Finland ~ Annastina Reims Germany ~ Gesche Susanna Sutter Macedonia ~ Toni Zizajkovski Mauritania ~ Mohamed Lemine Sid Abdoullah Poland ~ Agnieszka Burda, Sweden ~ Stephen Henly, United Kingdom ~ Jeremy Nowers
SMEs – SG#3
SMEs ~ A cautionary Tale http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=2 Tookjq. Aq. F 4 http: //en. wikipedia. org/wiki/David_Nutt
Change in, or review of operations triggers a perceived training need Delivery /
SME input Delivery / SME input
Use of An SME in the Course Design Phase ~ Top Tips! • Give clear expectations for the scope & role of SME in the project • Conduct an audit of all available material for possible exploitation • Conduct mutual visits to see training in action – 2 -way process • Cover any safety points – KTPs, KLPs – to consider? • Produce list of necessary terminology & real-world jargon • Creation of effective & authentic assessment strategy • In keeping with national cse design protocols • Official approval, as per national protocols
Use of An SME in the Delivery & Evaluation Phases ~ Top Tips! • Give clear expectations for the scope & role of SME in these phases • To be on hand to monitor and advise • To team / tandem teach where possible • To use authentic materials in classroom situation • To use real-world simulations / trg situations, where available • Put emphasis on the correct use of the specialist language in context • To adhere to an effective assessment strategy • To feed in ‘Lessons Learned’
Challenges • Availability & Continuity of SME • Availability & Continuity of funding • Language barrier • Personality • Striking the right balance between language & technical content • Civ / Mil • Cultural background of students
Areas to Consider • Set out clearly who has primacy at each phase • Maintain mutual respect and trust • Be open to negotiation • Make the SME feel valued • Consider the physical work-place set-up • Consider use of NS SME – international co-operation required • Frequency of debriefs etc • What does success look like?
OMG! Why won’t he stop talking? ! ZZZZzzz zzzzzzzz z Beer O’clock? When do we finish this?