Our Biggest Fear…. The 8 Steps and 4 I’s : Planning a Learning Event. Scott Grogan Faculty Development Fellow Madigan Army Medical Center. Objectives. Defined the 8 steps of planning Identified the 4 I’s of active learning Applied steps to a future activity. Confucius.
Faculty Development Fellow
Madigan Army Medical Center
“What I hear, I forget.
What I see, I remember.
What I do, I understand.”
Average 24 hr Retention Rate
Source: Adapted from E. Dale, Audiovisual Methods in Teaching, 1969, NY: Dryden Press.
Perform learning needs assessment
“In your experience, what has been the most difficult aspect of planning an effective educational presentation?”
Where’s the Pepto?
Where’s the beef?
Connect with what they know
“What feelings does this scene evoke from you as educators? As learners?”
Learn something new
Practice what they learn
Take it home and use it
Teachers know how to use planning steps
Teachers use planning steps for future active learning
Improved knowledge retention by learners
What are ways we can measure this?