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INSTRUCTIONAL SKILLS It is not Just about Learning Styles Jeremy Oyen REI Outdoor Programs & Outreach Curriculum & Training Coordinator ACA ITE: Kayak.

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1 INSTRUCTIONAL SKILLS It is not Just about Learning Styles Jeremy Oyen REI Outdoor Programs & Outreach Curriculum & Training Coordinator ACA ITE: Kayak / Adaptive Paddling ACA IT: Canoe / Kayak / SUP 2012 ACA National Paddlesports Conference Charleston, SC

2 What to Expect? Best Practices for Instruction How should Classes / Programs be Developed? Levels of Expertise Planning your classes

3 Class / Program Development

4 Experiential Outcome Model Class Outcomes CONCLUDING and TRANSFERENCE PHASE Identify & Confirm Desired Class Outcomes PLAN PHASE Choose the Activity Design for education Keep activity design simple Develop clear progression based on outcomes Design framing and closure DO PHASE Do the Activity Frame activityinclude safety briefing Manage and run activity / instruction REVIEW PHASE Assess Through debrief and observation: Self Participants Resources Classroom Program & Class Development

5 Basic Structure Instruction & Activity need to have defined structure to be effective Units need to be framed (introduced) and have closure separately Program & Class Development FramingActivityClosure Kayaking is a sport that involves the occasional capsize. An essential to know what to do when that capsize occurs. We call this the wet- exit Present the progression of wet exit steps on dry land Students complete same steps after instruction Proceed to demonstration and review of steps on (in) water with the addition of deep-water re-entry skills Students complete activity in-water with 1-on-1 instructor supervision Now that we know what to do when our kayak capsizes, and the ways we can re-enter the kayak, we can start working on skill development and increased comfort while on the water. Activity Progression

6 Class Structure – Introduction to Kayaking Program & Class Development Frame Class & 1 st Activity Assess and Transition to next activity Frame 2 nd Activity Assess and Transition to next activity Frame 3 rd Activity Kayak Fit & Wet Exit Maneuvering & Paddle Strokes Rescues & Recoveries Activity Closure Activity Closure + Class Closure Class Content and Instructional Flow Activity Progression

7 Levels of Competency Levels of Expertise

8 The Beginners Mind What is the Beginners Mind? When did you last feel that you were at this point? Lets try something…. HAVE YOU EVER…. In the beginners mind there are many possibilities, in the experts mind there are few. Shunryu Suzuki In the beginners mind there are many possibilities, in the experts mind there are few. Shunryu Suzuki

9 Master Reflective Competence Level of Competency / Expertise False Master Complacent Competence Naive Beginners Mind Effort Tutelage Mentorship Discovery Learning Practice Self Study Peer Review Inactivity Complacency Mindfulness Novice Unaware Incompetence Beginner Aware Incompetence Proficient Deliberate Competence Expert Automatic Competence Negative Experience

10 Learning Styles Multiple Intelligences

11 Learning Style v. Multiple Intelligences What is the Difference? Learning Styles Doer Feeler Thinker Watcher Multiple Intelligences Linguistic Logical-Mathematical Musical Spatial Bodily Kinesthetic Intra-Personal Inter-Personal Natural

12 Planning & Executing a Successful Class

13 Outcomes CONCLUDING and TRANSFERENCE PHASE PLAN PHASE DO PHASE REVIEW PHASE Planning & Executing a Successful Class Plan Phase -Review class resources & materials (Outlines & PPTs) -Determine activities to best reach your students -Add local resources & info to presentations -Print all necessary class materials -Locate & check equipment for class -Laptop -LCD projector -Class specific equipment Do Phase -Run the class as planned -Be ready to change the plan as needed for unplanned situations, different learning styles, other issues that might happen Review Phase -Self – Evaluation of your class -Successes -Opportunities -What you would do next time -Review class evaluations -Class venue -Preparation Concluding / Transference Phase -Did class meet pre- determined outcomes? Yes / No – How & Why? -What needs to be changed for next time? -If aspects of class content / presentation, need to have any changes approved through MM/FC. Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance

14 QUESTIONS? Jeremy Oyen Outdoor Programs & Outreach Curriculum & Training Coordinator |


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