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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

Teaching /Learning

NU 305 DL

Sacred Heart University

Teaching or instruction
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
Assessing Motivation to Learn

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

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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

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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 and Illness Models

  • Health Belief Model

  • Health Promotion Model

  • Chronic Illness Model

Adult learning theory knowles
Adult Learning Theory Knowles

  • 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)

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Adult Learning Theory Knowles

  • 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 theory knowles2
Adult Learning Theory Knowles

  • Adult’s time perspective is immediate application of knowledge

Adult learning theory conditions of learning
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

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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
Developing Educational Objectives

  • Domain

    • Cognitive

    • Affective

    • Psychomotor

Cognitive domain
Cognitive Domain

  • Knowledge and thought processes

  • Comprehension

  • Application

  • Synthesis

  • Evaluate

Affective domain
Affective Domain

  • Attitudes

  • Feelings

  • Values

Psychomotor domain
Psychomotor Domain

  • Processing and demonstration of behaviors

What s the domain
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 domain1
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 domain2
What’s the Domain?

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

Strong measurable action verbs strong or weak





Compare and contrast








Strong Measurable Action Verbs: Strong or Weak?

So what
So What?

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

Content of the objective
Content of the Objective

  • Who

  • What

  • Result

  • Conditions, if any

  • Criterion for success

Teaching learning plan


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 learning plan1

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

Teaching learning plan2


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 learning plan3

Teaching Strategy


Readings in Bastable

Development of Proposal


Peer evaluation of learning proposal

Assess, comment, and review teaching/learning proposal

Teaching/Learning Plan