(1987) described this form of instruction as a systematic method of teaching with emphasis on proceeding in small steps, checking for student understanding, and achieving active and successful participation by all students. I have also used the strategy as reference for determining the strengths and weaknesses of my lesson. After conducting in class lesson and reviewing my video lesson multiple times, I was able to identify my strengths
My time spent in the Clinical setting, so far, has been extremely inciteful as to how to become a better educator in a classroom setting. Through the data I collected I was able to connect Borich’s Seven Variables of learning to the students. By being in the clinical setting for nearly two months, I have been exposed to new ways of thinking when it comes to structuring a classroom and instructing a classroom. Within this reflection you will find out how I would better plan an effective lesson for the pupils in my future classroom. You will also discover what I will do about certain issues in the classroom and how I will address/fix them.
I have an internal motivation to improve my clinical and educational skills; I took the opportunity of being in the active learning environment of UBC to attend the Instructional Skills Workshop, a step which I consider one important turning point in this educational
All the teaching I have carried out recently is in relation to people with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. Some is classroom based, such as Risk and Conflict Management, Autism and behaviour interventions relating to an individual service user. I also used to teach PRICE (Protecting Rights In a Caring Environment). This is a physical intervention course which is practical and physical with no desks; therefore the teaching and learning strategies are different for this course. It tends to use a style more like EDIP (Explain, Demonstrate, Imitate and Practice). Allen’s (1919) four-step method, as cited in Gravells (2012, p.95) describes that it starts
July 3 – Your parents lend the company $10,000 cash, in exchange for a two-year, 6% note payable. Interest and the principal are repayable at maturity.
Within the session itself I will use power point, incorporating photos and videos. I will then do a practical presentation, initially with no explanation then I will repeat the demonstration with explanation. Finally I will ask the student to demonstrate the skill, providing the commentary. The teaching technique is known as EDIP, explanation, demonstration, imitation, practise.
Discuss a clinical experience in which you had to incorporate one or more learning styles such as visual, kinesthetic, and auditory. Explain the outcomes and how you created an effective learning experience.
Peyton Approved is a family owned business that has experienced significant growth in bakery and merchandise sales. As a result, Peyton Approved recently expanded into a new manufacturing facility to increase overall production. The new facility has been in operation for three months with the move out of a home-based into a factory based operational mode, and it is essential to review the operational budget. A quarterly review will ensure that appropriate planning, coordination, communication, and benchmarking is performed so that the business is making the proper spending decisions, and that a unified plan is created to meet overall business goals (Miller-Nobles, Mattison, & Matsumura, 2016). As such, the operating budget and variances along
The nurse educators are faced with the challenge of adapting their teaching styles to accommodate a new generation of learners. An effective teacher should take into account the intellectual, social, and cultural characteristics of each student, whereas the students should identify that each teacher has a unique style of teaching. As part of the classroom-online teaching practicum course, I was privileged to shadow an instructor at the University of South Florida. The instructor was giving lectures on both Mondays and Wednesdays for semester 1 students and had fundamentals of nursing lab sessions on both Tuesdays and Thursdays. The teaching styles that I attended in the classroom set up were plain lectures, group discussion with flipped classroom (different instructor) whereas the teaching in the fundamentals lab were done with demonstrations on the manikins (observed various instructors demonstrating various skills).
Founded in a kitchen at home, Peyton Approved comes from humble roots with only your pet’s needs in mind. Although an up-and-comer to the dog food industry, Peyton Approved has begun looking at ways to grow and diversify. The demand is increasing and in order to keep all markets satisfied, Peyton Approved wants to look a different variety of treats. The purpose of this memo is to request a loan so that the company can expand and continue growing. The accounting system used by Peyton Approved will be detailed in order to show the effectiveness when managing their finances. Furthermore, the memo will address any strengths and weaknesses and what opportunities may be available in order to continue growing.
The aim of this assessment is to critically analyse my recent OSCE teaching session, in relation to the experience of how I taught a skill to a junior student. This will involve reflecting upon the experience, critically analysing my strengths in the teaching session and areas for development and evaluation about the implications for my future practice when teaching students, patients and relatives. This will be supported by relevant literature.
Didactic learning is one way to learn but when is supported by visual aid especially hands on experience. The visual aid will reinforce their learning process. They will remember the steps or information that was provided during the simulation courses. And at the end of each class patient and family caregiver will be invited to come back if they need
The educator must take into account that these are adults with a new diagnosis so his or her level of experience may vary. Therefore, the learning activities must engage and encourage each individual from these different experiences and backgrounds. Adult learners incorporate learning domains and learning styles into understanding the material presented (Riding & Rayner, 2013). These learning domains include: cognitive (thinking), affective (emotion/feeling), and psychomotor (physical/kinesthetic). Consideration of the adult learning techniques when developing a training program can help facilitate the acquisition and mastering of this new knowledge (Neidorf, 2012). By matching teaching strategies with learning styles, this maximizes educational effectiveness for the learner.
I found all of our simulations very interesting today. I gained an enormous amount of information which I am sure will enhance my skill performance. Our instructor was very helpful in explaining fetal monitoring and how to interpret the strips. I thought that she did an amazing job explaining how to read the strips and answering the questions we all had. I feel more confident about this material than I did prior to coming to clinical. I would have to say that learning more about this is one of
1) Modeling: one instructor stand on the front to perform certain body movement along with music first, and then encourage his students to follow. The second instructor will assist students in the back. Under this way of teaching, the student doesn’t need to necessarily copy what the instructor is doing, but he can gain some ideas about how to move his body around. (Epstein 74) Because most of my students are either in Precontrol level and Control level, the student in the Precontrol level may not easily perform a certain movement alone, but he can still stretch his body and play with his peer under the protection of both instructors. The student who achieve the Control level can try to imitate what the instructor did and copy that, if he cannot copy it perfectly, he could still have a memory on what the instructor had done. Then he can practice it alone multiple time or ask for the assistance from the teacher assistant until he mastered it.