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
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Say & Do
Hear & See
Why Participant-Centered Training
Youcannot motivate other people.
All people are motivated.
People do things for their reasons, not for your reasons.
What’s In It For Me?
Make Me Feel Great about Myself
60 minutes– Understanding
20 minutes– Retention
10 minutes- Involvement
Active Learners Learn Best When They Can:
Work in a group
Discuss with others
Make a presentation
Get immediate feedback
Try it out
Demonstrate to others
Reflective Observers Learn Best When They Can:
Move at my own pace
Think over information
Explain to others
Listen to speakers
Watch A/V presentations