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Teaching /Learning. NU 305 DL Sacred Heart University. Teaching or Instruction. Deliberate arrangement of conditions to promote attainment of some intended goal. Learning. A persistent change in human performance or performance potential. Assessing Motivation to Learn.

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Teaching /Learning

NU 305 DL

Sacred Heart University

Teaching or Instruction

  • Deliberate arrangement of conditions to promote attainment of some intended goal.


  • A persistent change in human performance or performance potential.

Assessing Motivation to Learn

  • Each learner brings a diverse background that directly affects the ability to understand and master information and skills.

Assessing Motivation to Learn

  • Age

  • Culture

  • Physical Characteristics

  • Values and Beliefs

  • Past Experiences

  • Preferred Learning Style

  • Reading and Writing Skills

  • Importance of feelings of well-being

Assessing Motivation to Learn

  • Untoward effects

  • Intellectual capabilities

  • Anxiety

  • Socioeconomic factors

  • Perceptions of illness

  • At-home support structures

  • Locus of control

  • Success

Health and Illness Models

  • Health Belief Model

  • Health Promotion Model

  • Chronic Illness Model

Adult Learning TheoryKnowles

  • Adult’s self concept has moved from being dependent to being a self-directed human being

  • Experience becomes vast reservoir for learning (need to assess this first)

Adult Learning TheoryKnowles

  • Readiness to learn becomes oriented increasingly to the developmental task of his/her social role

    • early adulthood (18-30)

    • middle age (30-55)

    • late maturity (55 and over)

Adult Learning TheoryKnowles

  • Adult’s time perspective is immediate application of knowledge

Adult Learning Theory-Conditions of Learning

  • Learner feels a need to learn

  • Learning environment characterized by physical comfort, mutual trust, respect and helpfulness, freedom of expression and acceptance of difficulties

  • Perceives the goals of the learning experience to be the learner’s goals

Adult Learning Theory-Conditions of Learning

  • Learner accepts a share of the responsibility for planning and operating a learning experience

  • Learner participates actively

  • Learning process is related to and makes use of the experiences of the learner

  • Learner has a sense of progress toward goals

Developing Educational Objectives

  • Domain

    • Cognitive

    • Affective

    • Psychomotor

Cognitive Domain

  • Knowledge and thought processes

  • Comprehension

  • Application

  • Synthesis

  • Evaluate

Affective Domain

  • Attitudes

  • Feelings

  • Values

Psychomotor Domain

  • Processing and demonstration of behaviors

What’s the Domain?

  • Accept feelings concerning being responsible for her children’s nutrition.

  • Take his blood pressure using machine.

  • Demonstrate how to prepare and sterilize a baby’s formula

What’s the Domain?

  • Discuss societal, health care and professional trends which will influence the future of the nursing profession

  • Evaluate the foods provided to determine if the diet is balanced

What’s the Domain?

  • Utilize an ethical decision making framework that incorporates a professional code of ethics, personal values and beliefs, and moral concepts





Compare and contrast








Strong Measurable Action Verbs: Strong or Weak?

So What?

  • The level of the domain will dictate what teaching strategies you will use.

Content of the Objective

  • Who

  • What

  • Result

  • Conditions, if any

  • Criterion for success


Demonstrate the proper technique for coughing and deep breathing following their surgical procedure


Rationale for procedure

Use of incentive spirometer

Coughing techniques

Teaching/Learning Plan

Teaching Strategy


Demonstration and Return demonstration of incentive spirometer

Demonstration and return demonstration of coughing


Written test

Observation of use of incentive spirometer

Observation of coughing

Teaching/Learning Plan


Apply the principles of teaching and learning in teaching individuals and groups


Principles of teaching and learning

Motivation of the learner

Learning Theory

Educational Objectives

Teaching Strategy


Teaching/Learning Plan

Teaching Strategy


Readings in Bastable

Development of Proposal


Peer evaluation of learning proposal

Assess, comment, and review teaching/learning proposal

Teaching/Learning Plan

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