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Using Adult Learning Methods in IM Training
Transcript of Using Adult Learning Methods in IM Training
Methods Benefits of Using AE in IM Training
Using the Right Tools What is Adult Education? Approaches Methods Discussion
& Questions Adult Learning
IM Training Pedegogy vs Adragogy • Pedegogy explicitly means the education of children.
• Child learners' self-concept is dependant.
• Childhood learning is connected to the development of self.
• In their youth, learners sense education as measured and even.
• Childhood learning is subject-centred to provide general knowledge. Self-Directed Learning
Embodied, Spiritual & Narrative Learning
Learning through demonstration
Finding meaning to new knowledge
Learning through storytelling Learning in the Workplace
Adult Cognitive Development
Intelligence & Aging
Memory, Cognition & the Brain Pedagogy is.. Self-Directed
Connection with Experience
Sense of Immediacy
Processes Designing Training
Using AE Discussion Questions? What barriers & challenges face IM professionals in the OPS in providing effective Information and Records Management Training to staff and management?
Contact me at the LTC RIM Office:
Records & Information Management Officer
Yes! I'm on OPSPedia!
Check out my blog: Information Denizen Designing Training Climate Setting
Diagnosing learning needs
Formulating learning goals
Identifying human and material resources for learning
Choosing and implementing appropriate learning strategies
Evaluating learning outcomes. Experiential learning is inductive, learner centered, and activity oriented. Personalized reflection about an experience and the formulation of plans to apply learning to other contexts are critical factors in effective experiential learning. The emphasis in experiential learning is on the process of learning and not on the product.
Experiential Learning Strategy Field Trips
Surveys SDL Strategy Reports
Learning Activity Packages
Learning Centers Directed Learning The Direct instruction strategy is highly teacher-directed and is among the most commonly used. This strategy is effective for providing information or developing step-by-step skills. It also works well for introducing other teaching methods, or actively involving students in knowledge construction. Self-Directed Learning Self-directed learning refers to the range of instructional methods which are purposefully provided to foster the development of individual student initiative, self-reliance, and self-improvement. While independent study may be initiated by student or teacher, the focus here will be on planned independent study by students under the guidance or supervision of a classroom teacher. In addition, independent study can include learning in partnership with another individual or as part of a small group.
Experiential Learning Experiential learning is inductive, learner centered, and activity oriented. Personalized reflection about an experience and the formulation of plans to apply learning to other contexts are critical factors in effective experiential learning. The emphasis in experiential learning is on the process of learning and not on the product.
Interactive Learning Interactive instruction relies heavily on discussion and sharing among participants. Students can learn from peers and teachers to develop social skills and abilities, to organize their thoughts, and to develop rational arguments.
Direct Instruction Strategy Structured Overview
Drill & Practice
Compare & Contrast
Guided & Shared - reading, listening, viewing, thinking
Interactive Instruction Strategy Debates
Peer Partner Learning
Think, Pair, Share
Cooperative Learning Groups
Conferencing Indirect Learning Indirect instruction seeks a high level of student involvement in observing, investigating, drawing inferences from data, or forming hypotheses. It takes advantage of students' interest and curiosity, often encouraging them to generate alternatives or solve problems. Indirect Instruction
Strategy Problem Solving
Reading for Meaning
Writing to Inform
Structured Controversy Scenario:
The local media has published a report on
the dangers of specific chemicals to workers. You, as an employee of MTO know that the Ministry has historically used this chemical.
What do you do? Customize to training scenario
Use the tools available to you
Powerpoint for Impact Prezi.com Social Bookmarking: Delicious Archives of Ontario
Project Management CoE
OPS Centre for Learning & Development
Labour & Transportation I&IT
Problem-based/Experiential Learning How is AE in the OPS Used Today?