Presentation on theme: "PLANNING AND RUNNING A TUTORIAL Greg Simons. Aim The aim of this interactive session is to introduce Practice Managers to some of the key concepts of."— Presentation transcript:
PLANNING AND RUNNING A TUTORIAL Greg Simons
Aim The aim of this interactive session is to introduce Practice Managers to some of the key concepts of adult education and the tools and techniques in planning and running a tutorial.
Adult Education Think of an effective learning experience last year Think of an ineffective learning experience
Andragogy assumes the following about the design of learning Adults have the need to know why they are learning something. Adults learn through doing. Adults are problem-solvers. Adults learn best when the subject is of immediate use.
Experiential Learning Conventional trainingExperiential learning training-centred/focused - theoreticallearner-centred/focused - really doing it prescribed fixed design and contentflexible open possibilities for external needs (organisation, exams, etc) for internal growth and discovery transfers/explains knowledge/skills develops knowledge/skills/emotions via experience fixed structured delivery/facilitation not delivered, minimal facilitation, unstructured timebound measurable components (mostly) not timebound, more difficult to measure suitable for groups and fixed outcomesindividually directed, flexible outcomes
Planning Who What Why Where When How
Structure Agree AIM Explore the DIFFICULTIES Agree AGENDA Agree the OUTCOME Generalise to EXERCISE REHEARSE to Explore ALOBA FEEDBACK SUMMARISE Adapted from Teaching and Learning Communication Skills in Medicine Suzanne Kurtz, Jonathan Silverman, Juliet DraperSuzanne KurtzJonathan SilvermanJuliet Draper
Tips Plan early Personalise Participation Prepare exercises Paperwork
Resources Teaching and Learning Communication Skills in Medicine Suzanne Kurtz, Jonathan Silverman, Juliet DraperSuzanne Kurtz Jonathan SilvermanJuliet Draper