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Evidence Based Training

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Transcript of Evidence Based Training

Visual
Representation

Evidence
Based
Teaching/Training

Constructivism
Expectations
What are your expectations/preconceptions of EBT?


What do you want from this course?
Keeping it Fresh
What next?
Sit back
and
Relax...

Remember
this
morning?

How many of the 20 pictures can you recall?
Think about a good learning experience........

.........What was
your

Eureka moment?
How do
you
learn?
So, how well did you do?
We remember 10% of what we hear, 20% of what we read and 50% of what we do.
Is 100% BS
Learning is about
making sense
,
not just
remembering...
Is remembering, learning?
....it is an

active process
,
that creates a

personal interpretation

of what has
been learned....
....it is not just
storing facts and ideas,
but
links
them in a way that

relates to other ideas
and prior learning.
Using prior knowledge,
no matter how little
but then

contextualising

and adding-on.
Experiential learning through
real life experience
to construct and conditionalise knowledge....
So, what has EBT got to do with Constructivism?
...encourages discovery, hands-on, collaborative, project-based and task-based learning.
Origins
Consider Medicine and Medical Practices.
Pre and Post 1800
Consider Medicine and Medical Practices
Anecdotal vs Empirical
Teaching
Strategies
The
Evidence
Myths
Stories
and
Games
Liking It
Media
Panaceas
Learning
Styles
Evidence
Based Teaching

0.5 = 1 Grade at GCSE or A-Level

1.0 = 2 Grades at GCSE or A-Level
What Influences
Student Learning?
Feedback
(0.73)
Teacher/Student
Relationship
(0.72)
Mastery
Learning
(0.58)
Challenge
of Goals
(0.56)
Homework
(0.29)
Ability
Grouping
(0.12)
Peer
Tutoring
(0.55)
Aims and
Policies of
Establishment
(0.24)
Expectations
(0.43)
Diamond Nine
What can we take from the video,
both in terms of

content
and
presentation?
7
(±2)
Cognitive Load
George Miller 1956
Graphic
Organisers
What GOs have you
seen

and which ones have you
used
?


How
and
where
could you use GOs?


What are the
benefits
of using GOs?
Compare
Define
Sequence
Cause
and
Effect
Double Bubble
Venn Diagram
Matrix
Crossed
Continuum
Affinity
Diagrams
Target Maps
Mind Maps
Cycle
Timelines
Flow Chart
Flow
Bubble
Storyboard
Fishbone
Flowscape
Input/Output
Connect
Summary
A Method of
Planning
An
Advanced
Organiser
Display of
Information
A Way to
make Notes
Think Tool &
Source of
Questions
Decisions,
Decisions
How can we
use them?
10-11 MAR
2014
SPEED
DATING
SNOWBALL
MARKET PLACE
ROUNDABOUT
JIGSAW
2 MEDALS
1 MISSION
THINK, PAIR,
SWITCH, SHARE
Show-Me Boards
Manipulatives
Storyboard
Mindmaps
Graphic Organisers
20 Pictures
Petty's Doughnut
Hattie
Marzano
Constructivism
Experiential
Learning
Teaching
Strategies
Visual
Representation
Contextualised
Learning
Anecdotal vs
Experimental
Engagement
Doing
Active
New
Diagrams
Pictures
Changing
Paradigms
Hands-on
Peer Assessment
Keep it
Fresh
Single
Bubble
Double
Bubble
Models and
Techniques
Cognitive Load
7(±2)
Reciprocal Teaching
Cooperative
Learning
Interactive
Teaching
Assessment
for
Learning
Effect
Size
Feedback
Prior
Knowledge
Practical
Approach
Whole Brain
Learning
Making Sense,
not just Remembering
Abstract
Real Life
Experience
EVIDENCE
BASED
TEACHING

Speed Dating
Expectations
Cooperative
Learning
Graphic
Organisers
Interactive
Teaching
2 Medals
1 Mission
Storyboard
Assessment
Manipulatives
Assessment
for
Learning
Jigsaw
Top 6 Teaching
Strategies
Reciprocal
Teaching
Cooperative
Learning
Graphic
Organisers
Diamond Nine
What Influences
Student Learning?
Cooperative
Learning
Graphic
Organisers
Roundabout
Changing Paradigms
Content Review
Reciprocal
Teaching
Cooperative
Learning
Graphic
Organisers
Snowball
Review of
Learning
Cooperative
Learning
Graphic
Organisers
Storyboards
Changing
the Tyre
Graphic
Organisers
Manipulatives
Assessment
for
Learning
Think Pair,
Switch Share
Review of
Graphic Organisers
Cooperative
Learning
Graphic
Organisers
Market Place
Supporting
Information
Cooperative
Learning
Graphic
Organisers
Reciprocal
Teaching
Assessment
for
Learning
Interactive
Teaching
What went well, and why?
What would you change - why and how?
10-11 MAR
2014
SPEED
DATING
SNOWBALL
MARKET PLACE
ROUNDABOUT
JIGSAW
2 MEDALS
1 MISSION
THINK, PAIR,
SWITCH, SHARE
Show-Me Boards
Manipulatives
Storyboard
Mindmaps
Graphic Organisers
20 Pictures
Petty's Doughnut
Hattie
Marzano
Constructivism
Experiential
Learning
Teaching
Strategies
Visual
Representation
Contextualised
Learning
Anecdotal vs
Experimental
Engagement
Doing
Active
New
Diagrams
Pictures
Changing
Paradigms
Hands-on
Peer Assessment
Keep it
Fresh
Single
Bubble
Double
Bubble
Models and
Techniques
Cognitive Load
7(±2)
Reciprocal Teaching
Cooperative
Learning
Interactive
Teaching
Assessment
for
Learning
Effect
Size
Feedback
Prior
Knowledge
Practical
Approach
Whole Brain
Learning
Making Sense,
not just Remembering
Abstract
Real Life
Experience
EVIDENCE
BASED
TEACHING
Decisions
Decisions
6-7 JAN
2014
SPEED
DATING
SNOWBALL
MARKET PLACE
ROUNDABOUT
JIGSAW
2 MEDALS
1 MISSION
THINK, PAIR,
SWITCH, SHARE
Show-Me Boards
Manipulatives
Storyboard
Mindmaps
Graphic Organisers
20 Pictures
Petty's Doughnut
Hattie
Marzano
Constructivism
Experiential
Learning
Teaching
Strategies
Visual
Representation
Contextualised
Learning
Anecdotal vs
Experimental
Engagement
Doing
Active
New
Diagrams
Pictures
Changing
Paradigms
Hands-on
Peer Assessment
Keep it
Fresh
Single
Bubble
Double
Bubble
Models and
Techniques
Cognitive Load
7(±2)
Reciprocal Teaching
Cooperative
Learning
Interactive
Teaching
Assessment
for
Learning
Effect
Size
Feedback
Prior
Knowledge
Practical
Approach
Whole Brain
Learning
Making Sense,
not just Remembering
Abstract
Real Life
Experience
EVIDENCE
BASED
TEACHING
Decisions
Decisions
Cognitive
Conflict
Disequilibrium
Assimilation
Accommodation
Avoidance
Existing Schemas
- What I expect to happen
- What I know
Environmental Objects & Events
- What is unfamiliar?
- What actually
happened?
Jean Piaget
Assimilation
Equilibrium
New Situation
Disequilibrium
Accommodation
Constructivism
Learning Theory
Constructivism is often misconstrued as a learning theory that reinvents the wheel. Rather, it builds upon the
student's innate curiosity
about the wheel, & how is works.
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