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Effective Strategies for Knowledge Retention. Introductions. Name Tent Introductions State one or two "burning questions" you hope will be answered in this session. WELCOME. Trainers: Lucy Castillo-Riley Kevin Baughman. The RCAP Network.

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Effective Strategies for Knowledge Retention


Introductions

  • Name Tent

  • Introductions

  • State one or two "burning questions" you hope will be answered in this session


WELCOME

  • Trainers:

    • Lucy Castillo-Riley

    • Kevin Baughman


The RCAP Network

Western RCAPRural CommunityAssistance Corporation(916) 447-2854www.rcac.org

Midwest RCAPMidwest Assistance Program(952) 758-4334www.map-inc.org

Southern RCAPCommunity Resource Group(479) 443-2700www.crg.org

Northeast RCAPRCAP Solutions(800) 488-1969www.rcapsolutions.org

Great Lakes RCAPWSOS Community Action Commission(800) 775-9767www.glrcap.org

Southeast RCAPSoutheast Rural Community Assistance Project(866) 928-3731www.southeastrcap.org

Rural Community Assistance Partnership(800) 321-7227www.rcap.org


DOLLAR BILL ACTIVITY


How We Learn…


A

Retention

90 %

Say & Do

70 %

Say

50 %

Hear & See

30 %

See

Hear

20 %

10 %

Read

Why Participant-Centered Training


Need to Know

Adult Learners…

  • Self-guided

  • Bring and expect more

  • Require learning “to makesense”


X Marks the Spot - Activity


Youcannot motivate other people.

All people are motivated.

People do things for their reasons, not for your reasons.

3 Principles of Motivation


WII-FM

What’s In It For Me?

MMFG-AM

Make Me Feel Great about Myself


60 minutes– Understanding

20 minutes– Retention

10 minutes- Involvement

60/20/10 Rule


Learning Styles

Active Learners Learn Best When They Can:

Role play

Work in a group

Handle materials

Discuss with others

Make a presentation

Get immediate feedback

Try it out

Demonstrate to others


Learning Styles

Reflective Observers Learn Best When They Can:

Read materials

Observe demonstrations

Move at my own pace

Think over information

Explain to others

Listen to speakers

Work independently

Watch A/V presentations


Generational Styles


Start……………..

Stop…………

Continue………….

Postcards


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