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  1. Program Planning and Evaluation EAD 877 - 3/19

  2. Designing Transfer of Learning Plans • Importance of Planning for Learning Transfer • Factors Influencing the Transfer of Learning

  3. Internship Interviews Residence Hall Program - D’Andra Mull Business and Industry Pro- gram - Eun-Young Kwon Transfer of Learning - Interactive Step Gap Analysis - Dr. Yeon Min Delphi Results A G E N D A 3/19

  4. Internship Program • Outline due March 26 • Committee Assignments • Examples: Context, Support, Ideas, Needs Assessments, Surveys, Formats, Evaluation, Recommendations, Marketing • Before, During, After • Rationale, Implement, Evaluate

  5. Devising Transfer of Learning Plans • What is Transfer of Learning? • How can what I learned in this class be applicable to my situation? • What skills does one need to assist people making change? • What changes need to happen in the context?

  6. T of Learning is Linked to 5 Components • 1. CONTEXT • 2. NEEDS and IDEAS • 3. OBJECTIVES • 4. INSTRUCTIONAL PLANS • 5. EVALUATION

  7. Sheila and the Recovery Group - Outdoor Adventure • Do the instructional and transfer plans meet stated pro- gram and learning objectives? • How will this be demonstrated to the funder? • Will context, backgrounds, and needs affect what is selected as instructional strategies?

  8. Importance of Transfer of Learning • Rate of Return on Investment - commonly known as ROI • Issues that need to be solved - most likely yesterday • People need assistance in making these changes

  9. Factors that influence Transfer of Learning • Participants - to be or not be influenced by what learned • Program Design and Execution • Content • Changes Required to Apply the Learning • Organizational Content - support • Community and Societal Forces

  10. Framework for T of L(decide beforehand) • When transfer strategies are employed - before, during, after • Variety of Strategies used - incl key people in planning, allowing learners to choose what will help them transfer • Key people involved - not only planner, but sponsor, etc.

  11. T of L Techniques • Individuals • Groups • both Individual/Groups ex: Learning Plans, Support Groups, Networking

  12. Application of Transfer of Learning means: • Getting one’s hands dirty • Having the heart to persevere • Having the touch to apply with sensitivity • Having the guts to make tough choices • Having one’s feet firmly grounded in practical reality