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    1. STRATEGIES FOR SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING: MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNER Ann Marie McGuiness, CST, MSEd, CNOR AST Instructors Workshop - May 2005

    2. OBJECTIVES define the concepts of self-directed learning describe the fourteen characteristics of intelligent behavior that foster self-directed learning develop strategies for motivating todays Surgical Technology learners create lesson plans that foster self-directed learning and self-motivation

    3. BRAINSTORMING IN THE ST CLASSROOM SCENARIOS

    5. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING

    6. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING adult learners can not be threatened, coerced, or tricked into learning something new the learning experiences adults seek out on their own are directly related to life-change events that trigger the seeking Zemke and Zemke - 1981

    7. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING increasing or maintaining ones sense of self-esteem and pleasure are strong secondary motivators for engaging in learning experiences the learning environment must be physically and psychologically comfortable Zemke and Zemke - 1981

    8. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING a self-directed learner is a continual learner who uses a multitude of thinking strategies to maximize his or her own learning due to societal changes, students need to LEARN the skills of self-directness

    9. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING it involves a continual process of: self-management self-monitoring self-modification

    10. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING self-management establishes clear goals thoroughly gathers information persistently stays with a task uses a systematic approach to problem solving, organizational planning, and decision-making

    11. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING self-management uses articulate, thoughtful communication continuous process management of ones behaviors and resources management of resources outside oneself

    12. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING self-monitoring consideration of the ramifications of thoughts, plans, decisions, and actions metacognition - the process of consciously monitoring ones own thinking

    13. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING self-modification revises strategies and strives to maximize his/her effectiveness based on feedback

    14. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING self-monitoring self-reflection self-evaluation process of reflecting on ones own thinking patterns, plans, decisions, and actions

    15. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING self-modification the change in ones behavior based on the data gathered during self-monitoring and on feed back received from others requires: self-evaluation informed decision making

    16. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING How do instructors help? learn model teach process, skills, behaviors

    17. FOURTEEN CHARACTERISTICS OF INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOR from: The School As A Home for the Mind by Arthur Costa

    18. FOURTEEN CHARACTERISTICS PERSISTENCE MANAGING IMPULSIVITY LISTENING WITH UNDERSTANDING AND EMPATHY COOPERATIVE THINKING - SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE FLEXIBILITY OF THINKING METACOGNITION ACCURACY AND PRECISION

    19. FOURTEEN CHARACTERISTICS A SENSE OF HUMOR QUESTIONING DRAWING ON PAST KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE RISK TAKING USING ALL THE SENSES CREATIVITY WONDERMENT

    20. PERSISTENCE stick to a task until completed does not give up easily has a systematic method of analyzing a problem, knowing ways to begin, steps to perform, and data needed

    21. PERSISTENCE Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. Calvin Coolidge

    22. MANAGING IMPULSIVITY thinking before acting forming a vision of a product/goal/destination before beginning

    23. LISTENING WITH UNDERSTANDING AND EMPATHY detecting cues of feelings or emotional states - empathy accurately expressing other peoples concepts, emotions, and problems paraphrasing, clarifying, and building upon others words or emotions

    24. COOPERATIVE THINKING - SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE working effectively in groups teamwork

    25. FLEXIBILITY OF THINKING thinking outside the box considering alternative points of view dealing with several sources of information simultaneously

    26. METACOGNITION being aware of the steps used to solve a problem sequencing steps making a plan of action

    27. ACCURACY AND PRECISION accuracy reading directions checking over your work precision of thought oral and written communication precision of language saying what you mean

    28. A SENSE OF HUMOR ability to perceive situations from an original and humorous point of view

    29. QUESTIONING active problem-solving inquisitiveness

    30. DRAWING ON PAST KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE learning from the past

    31. RISK TAKING pushing the envelope going beyond the correct answer

    32. USING ALL THE SENSES multi-focus experience auditory visual kinesthetic

    33. CREATIVITY the use of ingenious products, solutions, and techniques

    34. WONDERMENT love of learning curiosity life-long learners

    35. BRAINSTORMING IN THE ST CLASSROOM PERSISTENCE MANAGING IMPULSIVITY LISTENING WITH UNDERSTANDING AND EMPATHY COOPERATIVE THINKING - SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE FLEXIBILITY OF THINKING METACOGNITION ACCURACY AND PRECISION A SENSE OF HUMOR QUESTIONING DRAWING ON PAST KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE RISK TAKING USING ALL THE SENSES CREATIVITY WONDERMENT

    36. FOSTERING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING

    37. FOSTERING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING CLASSROOM CLIMATE personalization comfortable fosters risk-taking collaboration teamwork community service celebration sharing peer support

    38. FOSTERING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING QUALITY OF WORK external feedback guidelines peer review internal feedback journaling self-assessment

    39. FOSTERING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT what to do syllabi assignments when to do it prioritization timelines how to do it guidelines rubrics

    40. FOSTERING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING RUBRICS indicates progression through the learning experience a guide to assist students in monitoring their own progress

    41. FOSTERING SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING RUBRICS components performances in measurable terms descriptors progressively more challenging evaluation - rating scale

    42. BRAINSTORMING IN THE ST CLASSROOM USE OF THE 14 CHARACTERISTICS CLASSROOM CLIMATE QUALITY OF WORK ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT RUBRICS

    43. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS

    44. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS many students today are not motivated in school

    45. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS the teacher can be a key to motivating unmotivated students establish a supportive learning environment engage students in the learning process provide students with timely feedback on their performance recognize students for their effort and achievement

    46. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS increasing student motivation requires: quality instructional strategies equitable implementation of those strategies

    47. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY establishing a close physical proximity to the learner circulate place learning tools around the room create a classroom with mobility

    48. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY communicate on a personal level addressing students eye contact call on all students

    49. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY use anticipatory sets relates to the learning objective stimulates interest brief

    50. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY use effective presentation skills facial expression gestures eye contact voice - pitch, speed, and volume movement

    51. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY questioning strategies use wait time randomize your choice for response ask higher-level questions explain.. what do you know about.. what would you expect.. what if..

    52. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY questioning strategies assist students rephrase/clarify give clues/ hints provide additional information ask for expansion on a previously given answer

    53. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY use involvement strategies independent thinking same question/different response voting pass the question collaborative thinking working in pairs/small groups

    54. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY homework strategies clear instructions provide timely feedback involve outside resources in the assignment give choices in assignments use application assignments rather than rote assignments

    55. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY feedback provide analytical performance feedback what is right and wrong justify your response timeliness

    56. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY recognizing achievement specific action acknowledging student effort and achievement grades do not motivate many students without recognition, motivation declines

    57. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY recognizing achievement methods spontaneous recognition/praise notes,awards, stickers, coupons mini-celebrations display/demonstrate work class goals

    58. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS QUALITY recognizing achievement be careful not to overuse them!! students perform for the recognition, not for learning

    59. MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNERS EQUITY gender equity equal opportunity call on all students equal and high expectations for all students

    60. BRAINSTORMING IN THE ST CLASSROOM QUALITY use anticipatory sets use effective presentation skills communicate on a personal level questioning strategies involvement strategies homework strategies feedback recognizing achievement EQUITY calling on all students high expectations

    61. If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams,and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. Henry David Thoreau

    62. STRATEGIES FOR SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING: MOTIVATING TODAYS LEARNER