The Power of Case Studies in Volunteer Training<br />
Objectives<br />By the end of this webinar, you will have increased abilities to…<br />Explain the key elements involved i...
Use the TEXT tool to type in who you are and where you’re from.<br />Your Name:<br />Your Program (City):<br />Click this ...
Use the TEXT tool to type in who you are and where you’re from.<br />Your Name:<br />Your Program (City, State):<br />
Teaching/learning tool<br />Tells a story<br />Fiction or non-fiction<br />What is a “case study”?<br />
Case Studies in Action<br />
Why do you use a case study?<br />Use #1: Skills Application<br />Use #2: Learning from Actual Experiences<br />
What is a “case study”?<br />
Snapshots in Presenting a Case Study<br />Group Work<br />Presentation<br />On Own (interactive)<br />On Own (individual)<...
<ul><li>Set-up
Story
Resolution</li></ul>What do you pour into a case study?<br />
Giving Information Directly<br />vs.<br />Presenting Information via Case Study<br />To Case Study or Not to Case Study? T...
Use the TEXT tool to type in pros and cons of using case studies in training.<br />Pros:<br />Cons:<br />
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  • Add poll on what the participants’ roles may be – ED, Vol Supervisor, Trainer, etc.
  • Raise hand if you’ve used a case study anywhere (CASA training, school, etc.)Keep hand up if used case study in CASA/GAL training
  • Allow participants to jot down ideas, then clear comments and animate the two general times when case studies are used:Skills application (like a flight simulator) in a safe environmentHarris-Price and Kaylee Moore case are examplesAfter Action Review (like the Army or in a hospital)
  • Set-up: Context, background information, problem, challengeStory: What happened, specifics on what various characters have done to this pointResolution: How it was resolved, where are the teachable moments, what was good, bad or ugly (military: AARs, hospitals: M&amp;Ms)Time for the learners to get involved in the story (simulated experience) then a de-brief, search for teachable moments, what would you do differently in the field, what would you keep the same
  • Comparison between just telling information, using a tool such as a true/false quiz and using a case study to engage the learners in information
  • Small group (breakout room activity) – take about 10 minutes to develop an outline for a case study you could use in an upcoming in-service training in order to spark discussionIf you need help getting started, the focus of your case study
  • Solicit questions about the process of creating and/or facilitating case studies
  • Power Of Case Studies In Volunteer Training (Final)

    1. 1. The Power of Case Studies in Volunteer Training<br />
    2. 2. Objectives<br />By the end of this webinar, you will have increased abilities to…<br />Explain the key elements involved in creating or selecting a case study<br />Develop case studies for use in in-service training based upon your own research or previous experience<br />Facilitate case studies in pre-service and in-service training<br />
    3. 3. Use the TEXT tool to type in who you are and where you’re from.<br />Your Name:<br />Your Program (City):<br />Click this button to select the “TEXT” tool<br />
    4. 4. Use the TEXT tool to type in who you are and where you’re from.<br />Your Name:<br />Your Program (City, State):<br />
    5. 5. Teaching/learning tool<br />Tells a story<br />Fiction or non-fiction<br />What is a “case study”?<br />
    6. 6. Case Studies in Action<br />
    7. 7. Why do you use a case study?<br />Use #1: Skills Application<br />Use #2: Learning from Actual Experiences<br />
    8. 8. What is a “case study”?<br />
    9. 9. Snapshots in Presenting a Case Study<br />Group Work<br />Presentation<br />On Own (interactive)<br />On Own (individual)<br />
    10. 10. <ul><li>Set-up
    11. 11. Story
    12. 12. Resolution</li></ul>What do you pour into a case study?<br />
    13. 13. Giving Information Directly<br />vs.<br />Presenting Information via Case Study<br />To Case Study or Not to Case Study? That is the Question<br />
    14. 14. Use the TEXT tool to type in pros and cons of using case studies in training.<br />Pros:<br />Cons:<br />
    15. 15. Take about 10 minutes to develop an outline for a case study you could use in order to spark discussion or to teach your volunteers more information during an upcoming in-service training opportunity.<br />Your Turn!<br />
    16. 16. Questions about the process<br />
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