LEARNING IS NOT
A SPECTATOR SPORT
Johanna Rhodes
Nursing Educator
PLAN
• Eight Must Knows
• Group Work
• Planning
• Delivering
• Finishing
• Evaluating
1. Make a Large Class Feel
Small
2. Encourage Questions
• Parking Space
• Box of Fears
• One minute thoughts
3. Be Available
4. Try to Learn Student Names
5. Relate Lectures and
Discussions to actual or
potential Student Experiences
6. Pay Attention to Individual
Students
7. Consider Your Self-
Presentation
8. Give Personalised Feedback
Group Work
How can I design successful
group activities?
PLANNING
• Before your lecture (Wheels Turning)
• How will you begin your lecture
• What activities and "energy shifts" ar...
DELIVERING
• Are the main points or outline of the lecture
written on the overhead or blackboard? Are
students aware of th...
FINISHING
• Wheels Turning Faster
EVALUATION
Johanna Rhodes
johanna.rhodes@sit.ac.nz
MTchg
PGCertHighE(Clinical Education)
MHealSc(Nursing)
DipTchingTertiary
Cert...
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NTLT 2013 - Johanna Rhodes - Learning is not a spectator sport

  1. 1. LEARNING IS NOT A SPECTATOR SPORT Johanna Rhodes Nursing Educator
  2. 2. PLAN • Eight Must Knows • Group Work • Planning • Delivering • Finishing • Evaluating
  3. 3. 1. Make a Large Class Feel Small
  4. 4. 2. Encourage Questions • Parking Space • Box of Fears • One minute thoughts
  5. 5. 3. Be Available
  6. 6. 4. Try to Learn Student Names
  7. 7. 5. Relate Lectures and Discussions to actual or potential Student Experiences
  8. 8. 6. Pay Attention to Individual Students
  9. 9. 7. Consider Your Self- Presentation
  10. 10. 8. Give Personalised Feedback
  11. 11. Group Work
  12. 12. How can I design successful group activities?
  13. 13. PLANNING • Before your lecture (Wheels Turning) • How will you begin your lecture • What activities and "energy shifts" are planned • What activities will you use to reach students with different learning styles • What materials will you use in giving the lecture • After your lecture
  14. 14. DELIVERING • Are the main points or outline of the lecture written on the overhead or blackboard? Are students aware of the focus of the day's lecture • Are you familiar enough with the lecture plan to deliver it without reading
  15. 15. FINISHING • Wheels Turning Faster
  16. 16. EVALUATION
  17. 17. Johanna Rhodes johanna.rhodes@sit.ac.nz MTchg PGCertHighE(Clinical Education) MHealSc(Nursing) DipTchingTertiary CertAdultTching PGCertHealSc(Emergency Nursing) PGDipRehab RN BN THANK YOU
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