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2 Module 2 Objectives Gain knowledge in the variables that comprise the principles of teaching, including the different theories of learning Identify characteristics of adult learners and the various learning styles Verbalize ways to develop individual teaching plans based on adult learning principles and learning styles

3 Is trustworthy, energetic, enthusiastic, responsible, Personal characteristicsWith students Is trustworthy, energetic, enthusiastic, responsible Demonstrates clinical and professional competence Keeps agreements, sets a good example, models appropriate behavior Shows respect, interpersonal regard for the learner, and commitment to their growth and improvement Stimulates interest, has knowledge and presents it with clarity Explains things well, is responsive to questions, provides clear feedback Relates well interpersonallyDisplays high expectations, emphasizes improvement rather than competition Attributes success to effort and failure to lack of effort Respects students’ authority, nurtures self-directed learning, builds student confidence Enjoys patient care and teachingInvolves students’ in learning process Medical College of Georgia

4 Teaching Strategies  Observation and Feedback ▪Be specific ▪Share your observation  Mini-Lectures  Demonstration/Role Modeling  Sharing Reasoning Process/Critical Thinking

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6  Perry’s four stage model of cognitive development  Particularly insightful when a new nurse wants one right answer and the preceptor is trying to get them to see alternative approaches  Understanding cognitive development is helpful to promote growth into the next stage, with challenge and support Call the doctor Let them know Get Tylenol Mobilize patient TCDB ambulate Other options Is there infection? What is wrong with this patient

7  Dualism ▪ Absolutes/right and wrong  Multiplicity ▪ Able to view multiple answers, but unable to adequately justify each answer  Relativism ▪ See “big picture”, knowledge relative to the situation  Commitment ▪ Responsibility and risk by making a commitment Dualism Multiplicity Relativism Commitment

8 Dr. Patricia Benner’s work in the 1980’s of skill acquisition as it applies to nursing Expert Proficient Competent Advanced beginner novice

9  Adults have a deep desire to be self-directed  Adults attach more meaning to learning gained from experience (doing) than from passive learning (lecture)  Adults are ready to learning something when they experience a need to solve a real life problem  Adults want to be able to apply what they learn  Adults are performance-centered and learning should be organized around competencies Billings & Halstead

10 Sensory Preference Organizational Preference Perceptual Preference visual auditory tactual kinesthetic global sequential abstract concrete

11   Good overview information   Entire page of additional resources and a learning style quiz  tml tml  Lots of good information including a quiz and strategies for each style  asp?sponsor=2859&articleName=Learning_Styles_Quiz asp?sponsor=2859&articleName=Learning_Styles_Quiz  Good online quiz 


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