Abstract: This paper describes a practical and experiential workshop designed for training professors and secondary school teachers how to teach. Training professors is a particular problem throughout the world as professors typically hired for their content expertise rather than their teaching skills. The workshop provides a model that enables professors and teachers to develop and deliver successful lessons. The model has six components called the bridge-in, outcome or objective, pre-assessment, participatory/active learning, post-assessment, and summary. The workshop takes four days with the first day covering the theoretical foundations for teaching effectively. The following three days start with an educational topic and then each participant presents a mini-lesson. The mini-lesson cycle lasts forty minutes consisting of up to ten minutes for setting up, ten minutes for lesson delivery, five to seven minutes for self-reflection and written feedback, and thirteen to fifteen minutes for oral constructive feedback. This paper will also discuss how this workshop could be implemented.