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  1. 1. Engaging Every Learner Every Time By Dr. Charlotte McCorquodale, PhD Ministry Training Source Slideshare.net: http://goo.gl/7Ucs6R
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  4. 4. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design What is learning?
  5. 5. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Is all learning the same? What has been your best or worst learning experience? Why?
  6. 6. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design “All things are possible when you align purpose, strength, and consistent action.”Resources from: http://4mat4business.com/index.php
  7. 7. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design How do we engage every learner, every time?
  8. 8. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design feeling thinking perceiving
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  18. 18. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design 1 feeler thinker watcherdoer
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  26. 26. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Feelers Value things according to personal feelings, but within the laws of reason Feeling Thinkers Arrange the content of ideas according to a conscious rational norm Intellect Sensors Perception mediated by body senses, consciously and beyond reason. Practicality/Applications Intuitors Perceptions mediated unconsciously as instinctive apprehensions Hidden Possibilities Jung
  27. 27. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Gaining attention, explaining objectives, stimulating recall of pre-requisites Presenting new material Providing learning guidance, eliciting performance, providing feedback Assessing performance, enhancing retention Robert Gagne
  28. 28. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Valuing Skills Imagining implications, listening with an open mind Thinking Skills Organizing information, building conceptual models Problem-Solving Skills Experimenting with new ideas, choosing solutions Risk-Taking Skills Pushing boundaries, seeking and exploring opportunities Kolb
  29. 29. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design meaning conceptual knowledge problem solving creativity McCarthy
  30. 30. Taking 4MAT Online Assessment http://aboutlearning.com/assessments/learning-assessments-online
  31. 31. Our Learners
  32. 32. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design feeler watcher
  33. 33. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design imaginative learners McCarthy
  34. 34. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design meaningful dialogue stories group activity McCarthy
  35. 35. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus personal meaning • focus on people and culture • focus on listening and sharing • favorite question: why? as learners…
  36. 36. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus on individual growth • focus on enhancing self- awareness • focus on dialogue, group work and feelings as trainers/teachers…
  37. 37. Sam Sam is an imaginative, Type One learner. He prefers to be connected with others. He loves interacting in small groups, discussing meaningful issues. He enjoys stories and meaningful dialog. He enjoys authentic, personal trainers who he perceives to have high integrity.
  38. 38. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design thinker watcher
  39. 39. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design 2 What? analytic learners McCarthy
  40. 40. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design organized delivery expert thinking data McCarthy
  41. 41. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus on knowledge • focus on expert thinking • focus on details and facts • favorite question: what? as learners…
  42. 42. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus on transmitting knowledge • focus on accuracy and understanding • focus on facts, details and structure as trainers/teachers…
  43. 43. Grace Grace is an analytic, Type Two learner. She prefers facts and sequential thinking. She loves organized lectures, but sometimes struggles with visionary thinking or random ideas being interjected into the discussion. She prefers to stay on track with the agenda.
  44. 44. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design thinker doer
  45. 45. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design 3How? common sense learners McCarthy
  46. 46. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design “how to” hands-on real world application McCarthy
  47. 47. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus on practical application • focus on solving problems • focus real-world skills • favorite question: how? as learners…
  48. 48. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus on productivity and competence • focus on improving skill • focus on hands on activity and technical skills as trainers/teachers…
  49. 49. Anita Anita is a hands-on, Type Three learner. She loves problem solving. If she never had to participate in another icebreaker activity again, that would be fine with her. She often prefers to do activities herself, to save time and reduce frustration.
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  51. 51. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design If? dynamic learners McCarthy
  52. 52. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Brainstorm Adaptation Creative application McCarthy
  53. 53. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus on self-discovery • focus on change and innovation • focus on possibilities • favorite question: if? as learners…
  54. 54. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design • focus on learner self-discovery • focus on improving the larger system • focus on a variety of training methods to energize and stimulate as trainers/teachers…
  55. 55. John John is a dynamic, Type Four learner. He loves spontaneity and the freedom to explore ideas and likes to interject his own insights into the dialog. He enjoys trainers who create dynamic learning environments and encourage creative thinking.
  56. 56. What is your learning style?
  57. 57. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Why? What?How? If? Engage ShareSkill Perform
  58. 58. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design But wait, it is not just a learning style theory…. It is a learn cycle theory as well!
  59. 59. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Why? What?How? If? Engage ShareSkill Perform
  60. 60. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design The Four Questions (That Drive the Learning Process) Jeannie O’Neil Blackwell 4MAT for Business
  61. 61. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design feeler thinker watcherdoer why?if? what?how? Engage SharePractice Perform
  62. 62. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design FEELIN G THIN KIN G WATCHIN GDOIN G WHY ? HOW? WHAT ? I F ? 14 3 2 Engage=Value What will the learners appreciate and/or value? Share=Knowledge What will the learners need to know in order to apply the information? Practice=Skill How will the learners practice and apply the information in the real-world? Perform= Performance What will the learners commit to?
  63. 63. Course outcomes Value Outcomes-WHY? • To recognize the role that creeds have in our faith. • To realize that the belief in a Trinitarian God is fundamental to Christians. • To appreciate and value the role that the Catechism of the Catholic Church has in articulating what is meant when the Creed is professed. Skill Outcomes-HOW? • To compare the Nicene and Apostles Creed. • To utilize scripture in understanding each person of the trinity, as well as the resurrection and ascension. • To be able to explain basic church beliefs about the resurrection, ascension, second coming, last judgment, purgatory, heaven, and hell. Knowledge Outcomes-WHAT? • To comprehend who is God, the Father, Son, and Spirit as articulated in the Creed, Scripture, and Catechism. • To understand how the Creeds came to be. • To identify the four marks of the church • To reflect on the following questions using the CCC and Scripture: • “Who is God and how has He revealed Himself to you?” • “Who is Jesus Christ?” • “Who is the Holy Spirit?” • “What is Church?” Adaptation Outcomes-IF? • To summarize what Catholics believe about who is God, the Father, Son, and Spirit as articulated in the Creed, Scripture, and Catechism. • To articulate your personal beliefs and how they
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  66. 66. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Right Brain • Sees big picture • Seeks/sees patterns • Creates metaphors • Is simultaneous
  67. 67. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Left Brain • Analysis • Classifies, names things • Generates theory • Number sequence • Sequential
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  69. 69. Words you have heard. Sentences you have heard. Images you have seen.
  70. 70. Words – 90% Sentences – 88% Images – 98% (Shephard, 1967)
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  72. 72. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Hemispheric Mode Indicator
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  74. 74. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Connect Attend Image InformPractice Extend Refine Perform FEELIN G THIN KIN G WATCHIN GDOIN G WHY ? HOW? WHAT ? I F ? 4MAT LEARNING CYCLE Developed by Dr. Bernice McCarthy www.aboutlearning.com 4MAT 4BUSINESS Developed by Jeanine Blackwell www.4mat4business.com 14 3 2 RR R R L L L L Engage SharePractice Perform
  75. 75. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Connect Attend Image InformPractice Extend Refine Perform FEELIN G THIN KIN G WATCHIN GDOIN G WHY ? HOW? WHAT ? I F ? 4MAT LEARNING CYCLE Developed by Dr. Bernice McCarthy www.aboutlearning.com 4MAT 4BUSINESS Developed by Jeanine Blackwell www.4mat4business.com 14 3 2 RR R R L L L L Engage
  76. 76. “You didn’t have a blank slate when you walked into kindergarten twenty, thirty, or forty years ago, one hand gripping your mother’s and the other clutching your favorite “My Pretty Pony” or your stretched-out “Slinky” or your bag of cat’s-eye marbles. You might not have known the names of all the colors – turquoise? chartreuse? magenta? – but you had already experienced them, and that knowledge was pulsing in your brain, just waiting for someone to name them and call them into your conscious world. You didn’t have a blank slate when it came to abstractions, either – you had already figured out that sometimes you got what you wanted by waiting rather than by throwing a tantrum, even if you didn’t know that this state of suspension between agony and hope was called patience. You don’t have a blank slate now when it comes to the concepts most foreign to you, even if you’re a social worker taking a class in computer encryption or an architect trying to work your way through James Joyce’s Ulysses.” - Dr. James Zull The Art of Changing the Brain
  77. 77. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Why? Right (Connect) Left (Attend) Step One: Engage (Value)
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  79. 79. “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” ~ Albert Einstein
  80. 80. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Connect Attend Image InformPractice Extend Refine Perform FEELIN G THIN KIN G WATCHIN GDOIN G WHY ? HOW? WHAT ? I F ? 4MAT LEARNING CYCLE Developed by Dr. Bernice McCarthy www.aboutlearning.com 4MAT 4BUSINESS Developed by Jeanine Blackwell www.4mat4business.com 14 3 2 RR R R L L L L Share
  81. 81. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design What? Right (Image) Left (Inform) Step Two: Share (Knowledge)
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  83. 83. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Connect Attend Image InformPractice Extend Refine Perform FEELIN G THIN KIN G WATCHIN GDOIN G WHY ? HOW? WHAT ? I F ? 4MAT LEARNING CYCLE Developed by Dr. Bernice McCarthy www.aboutlearning.com 4MAT 4BUSINESS Developed by Jeanine Blackwell www.4mat4business.com 14 3 2 RR R R L L L L Practice
  84. 84. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design How? Right (Extend) Left (Practice) Step Three: Practice (Skill)
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  86. 86. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Connect Attend Image InformPractice Extend Refine Perform FEELIN G THIN KIN G WATCHIN GDOIN G WHY ? HOW? WHAT ? I F ? 4MAT LEARNING CYCLE Developed by Dr. Bernice McCarthy www.aboutlearning.com 4MAT 4BUSINESS Developed by Jeanine Blackwell www.4mat4business.com 14 3 2 RR R R L L L L Perform
  87. 87. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design If? Right (Refine) Left (Perform) Step Four: Perform (Performance)
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  90. 90. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design Resources to Learn More About 4MAT • The Four Questions by Jeannie O’Neil Blackwell • The Steps of the Learning Cycle by Jeannie O’Neil Blackwell • Three Things Every Trainer Needs to Know About the Learning Styles by Jeannie O’Neil Blackwell • Free Training Style Assessment: www.4mat4business.com/gift
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  92. 92. ©4MAT 4Business, no reproduction allowed 4MAT: Advanced Instructional Design LET’S CONNECT charlotte@ministrytrainingsource.org Follow me on Twitter: charmccor https://twitter.com/charmccor Follow me on Pintrest: charmccorhttp://www.pinterest.com/charmccor/ https://www.pinterest.com/charmccor/using-digital- technology-and-social-media-in-minis/ Blog: http://www.ministrytrainingsource.org/blog/ Follow me on http://www.slideshare.net : Charlotte McCorquodale
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