Confucius “What I hear, I forget. What I see, I remember. What I do, I understand.”
Objectives Learned one planning system Identified four types of learning tasks Designed four learning tasks Shared your event plan with one individual
Take Home A learning event of your creation
A System for Planning 8 Steps (and 4 I’s) by Jane Vella Taking Learning to Task Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach On Teaching and Learning
Activity 1: The 8 Steps 5. What? 6. What for? 7. How 8. So What? 1. Who? 2. Why? 3. When? 4. Where?
Step 1: Who? Number of attendees Number of attendees Who are your learners? Who are your learners? What do they know? What do they know? How do they learn best? How do they learn best?
Step 2: Why? Why is this lecture important? Why is this lecture important? Why are you here? Why are you here? Identify need vs. requirement Identify need vs. requirement
Step 3: When? Time of day Time of day How much can be taught How much can be taught Respect for learner’s time Respect for learner’s time How much time to prepare How much time to prepare
Step 4: Where? Site: classroom, lecture hall, etc Site: classroom, lecture hall, etc Convenience & accessibility Convenience & accessibility Small-group facilitation Small-group facilitation AV support as needed AV support as needed Lighting and sound Lighting and sound
Step 5: What? Content of the course Content of the course Informed by the LNA Informed by the LNA Knowledge (cognitive) Knowledge (cognitive) Skills (psychomotor) Skills (psychomotor) Attitudes (affective) Attitudes (affective)
Step 6: What for? What learners will do with content What learners will do with content Learning objectives of the course Learning objectives of the course Specific and measurable Specific and measurable Expressed by verbs Expressed by verbs