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Sample Copd Workshop

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I Collaborated with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage to establish objectives for …

I Collaborated with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage to establish objectives for
a staff development day. Design, Developed, and presented a workshop for group of health care professionals delivering a 6 week training program for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

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  • Hopefully you’ll be able to apply the skills you’re learning into designing new material, adjusting current material, improving your presentations.
  • We’ll need to back track a little here… do the analysis..
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    • 1. COPD Workshop Welcome to the COPD Workshop! Presented by Maria Kanter Instructional Designer/ Usability Consultant Concordia University [email_address] In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage Retrieved from http://www.livingwellwithcopd.com/english/home/default.asp?s=1
    • 2. COPD Workshop Agenda In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage E valuation I mplementation D evelopment D esign A nalysis What is Instructional Design (ID)? The A.D.D.I.E. model Procedural learning applied The C.R.A.P. Principle Evaluation Introduction Content Assessment Conclusion
    • 3. COPD Workshop
      • After completing this workshop you should be able to:
        • Describe the Analysis (A), Design (D), Development (D), Implementation (I), Evaluation (E) process
        • Given instructional material, apply the 4 design best practices described in the C.R.A.P. principle.
        • Given different learners, recognize when to apply supplantive vs. generative strategies
        • Given instructional objectives, recognize how to apply good design principles for procedural learning
      In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage Objectives
    • 4. COPD Workshop Scenario (3min) : You are presenting a Workshop on COPD. There are 10 students/patients planning to attend. In order to prepare, design, and deliver an effective workshop, what do you need to know? In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage Opening Activity
      • Should you have a framework? Why?
      • What is your framework?
      • What are the main elements you need to consider?
    • 5. COPD Workshop In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage
        • The A.D.D.I.E. Model
      The A.D.D.I.E. model is a framework used to guide you in instructional design process. What framework should you use?
    • 6. COPD Workshop In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage
        • The Main Elements to Consider
      • A nalysis
        • 15%
      Task
    • 7. COPD Workshop In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage
        • Physiological characteristics
          • Intelligence
          • Level of education
          • Reading ability
        • Affective
          • Motivation
          • Anxiety
        • Social
          • Independent vs. group
        • The Main Elements to Consider
    • 8. COPD Workshop In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage
        • The C.R.A.P. Principle
      • These are the four basic principles of design:
      • C ontrast
      • R epetition
      • A lignment
      • P roximity
      Once you name them, you’ll begin to see them everywhere! Although I will be explaining these separately, they are all interconnected. (Canadian Tire)
      • D esign
        • 20%
    • 9. COPD Workshop Let’s take a closer look at contrast… In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage
        • The C.R.A.P. Principle Applied
      Adapted from fotolio 02- Breathing Management module Reflective tape
    • 10. COPD Workshop
        • Procedural Learning Overview
      Evaluate Feedback In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage
      • Summarize and Review
      • Remotivate and Close
      Introduction Body Conclusion
      • Process information and examples/ Focus Attention
      • Employ Learning Strategy
      • Practice
      • Gain Attention/Arouse Interest and Motivation
      • Establish Objectives
      • Preview Lesson
    • 11. COPD Workshop In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage 11. Question/ comments Any questions/ comments? http://richardwiseman.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/question-mark3a.jpg
    • 12. COPD Workshop In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage Evaluation Evaluation http://sketchedout.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/scared.jpg
    • 13. COPD Workshop
      • References Used
      • Carliner, S. (2003). Training design basics. Alexandria, VA: ASTD Press.
      • Smith, P.L. & Ragan, T.J. (2005), Instructional Design, 3rd Edition . Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
      • Williams, Robin (1994). The non-designers design book . Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press.
      • Additional References
      • An introduction to plain language writing and clear design: How to cut the Gobbledegook
      • How to create effective patient learning material
      • Assessing Readability in English (Flesch-Kincaid)
      • Kirkpatrick, Donald. Evaluating Training: The Four Levels.
      In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage Resources
    • 14. COPD Workshop
      • Other Additional References
      • A Taxonomy for Learning, Teaching, and Assessing — A Revision of Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives; Lorin W. Anderson, David R. Krathwohl, Peter W. Airasian, Kathleen A. Cruikshank, Richard E. Mayer, Paul R. Pintrich, James Raths and Merlin C. Wittrock (Eds.) Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. 2001.
      • Gagne, Robert. (1997.) The Conditions of Learning and Theory of Instruction. Holt Rinehart and Winston.
      • Knowles, Malcolm. (1988.) The Modern Practice of Adult Education : From Pedagogy to Andragogy Cambridge Book Co.
      • Patient Education: A Practical Approach; 3rd Edition. by Kate Lorig and Associates. SAGE Publications, 2000.
      In collaboration with Dr. Jean Bourbeau and Danielle Beaucage Resources cont...

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