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  1. What’s in a name? Leader as Teacher: Influencing Community and Individuals

  2. Agenda • Course Objectives and Syllabus • Survival BREAK • Best/Worst Learning Experiences • Adult Learning • Needs of Adult Learners • Situational Leadership LUNCH • Electronic Learning Community (ELC) • Learning Styles Inventory • Observation • Understanding by Design

  3. Course Goal At the end of this course, you will have a developing understanding of the needs of the adult learner, what it means for you as an educator, and how to work toward creating effective and engaging learner-focused, evidence-based lessons/training

  4. Objectives • Develop an understanding for the needs and learning styles of adult learners and connect with situational leadership

  5. Objectives • Develop an understanding for the needs and learning styles of adult learners and connect with situational leadership • Learn how to plan for authentic, learner-focused, evidenced-based learning.

  6. Objectives • Develop an understanding for the needs and learning styles of adult learners and connect with situational leadership • Learn how to plan for authentic, learner-focused, evidenced-based learning. • Learn how to plan for authentic, learner-focused, evidenced-based learning.

  7. What do you believe about how adults learn? Do adults learn differently than children?

  8. Best and Worst Experiences • What was the worst learning experience you ever had as an adult? • What was the best learning experience you ever had as an adult

  9. What are the needs of the adult learner?

  10. Children Adults Learning Characteristics Learning Characteristics

  11. Maslow Hierarchy of Needs

  12. Bloom’s TaxonomyLevels of Thinking, Questioning, and Learning

  13. What’s the connection between Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs andBloom’s Taxonomy of Learning

  14. Situational Leadership

  15. Learning Styles • What learning style do you prefer? http://www.personal.psu.edu/bxb11/LSI/LSI.htm

  16. Conducting an Observation • Look-fors: • Engaging • Checking for Understanding • Critical Thinking • Adult Teaching Strategies • Diagram the lesson

  17. Diagram

  18. Shift from Teaching to Learning.

  19. Teaching and Learning Methods and Strategies Learning Styles Technologies Instructional Design Adult Learning Theory (How adults learn) Beliefs

  20. Students are presumed innocent of understanding until convicted by evidence.

  21. Understanding by Design • If you don’t know where you are going, how do you know when you have arrived?

  22. Understanding by Design • If you don’t know what students should learn, how do you know they learned?

  23. Understanding by Design • If you don’t know what you are learning, how do you know you’ve learned?

  24. The UbD Framework A Blueprint for Learning

  25. Understanding by Design Stages 1. Blueprint Identifydesired results

  26. Understanding by Design Stages 1. Blueprint Identifydesired results 2. Laying the Foundation Determine acceptable evidence

  27. Understanding by Design Stages 1. Blueprint Identifydesired results 2. Laying the Foundation Determine acceptable evidence 3. Building the Framework Plan learning experiences

  28. Students are presumed innocent of understanding until convicted by evidence.

  29. Next Class Online • ELC discussion question • Strengthsfinder 2.0/ Strengths Based Leadership Assessment Profile • Conduct Observation