Presentation on theme: "Objectives to Outcomes Jason Zigmont, PhD System Director, Experiential Learning."— Presentation transcript:
Objectives to Outcomes Jason Zigmont, PhD System Director, Experiential Learning
22 Are you doing this to improve outcomes or to check a box?
33 Core Beliefs We believe that everyone participating in experiential learning activities is intelligent, well-trained, cares about doing their best and wants to improve. Adapted from the Center for Medical Simulation, Cambridge, MA The goal is to improve outcomes through experiential learning Education does not equal learning
44 Blooms Taxonomy
55 Learning Outcomes Model The Individual Experiences Environment Well-Tuned Learning Orientation Mental Models Analogical Reasoning Challenging Emotionally Charged Mistakes or Errors Skilled Mentors Evidence Based Medicine Products and Protocols Improved Patient Outcomes Zigmont et. al., 2011) Theoretical Foundations of Learning Through Simulation. Seminars in Perinatology, April 2011, Vol 35, Issue 2, p
66 Problem Identification and Needs Assessment - Health Care Problem - Current Approach - Ideal Approach Educational Strategies Implementation Goals and Objectives Targeted Needs Assessment Evaluation and Feedback - Individual Learners - Program - Learners - Learning Environment - Obtaining Political Support - Securing Resources - Addressing Barriers - Introducing the Curriculum - Administering the Curriculum - Broad Goals - Specific Measurable Objectives - Content/Method/Simulation Kern DE, Thomas PA, Howard DM, Bass EB. Curriculum Development for Medical Education: A Six-step Approach. Johns Hopkins Press; 1998.