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Title: A practical exploration of innovative approaches to learner orientation


1
A practical exploration of innovative approaches
to learner orientation
  • Brock Chisholm
  • Dr. Barb Zelek
  • Northern Constellations
  • Jan 19, 2013

2
Conflict Disclosure Information
  • Presenter Brock Chisholm and Dr. Barb Zelek
  • Title of Presentation
  • A practical exploration of innovative approaches
    to learner-orientation.
  • We have no financial or personal relationships
    to disclose.

3
Your first task.
  • Karibu KIPINDI YETU.Tunatarajia kufurahia, na
    kujifunza Mikakati baadhi nzuri ya inrikta
    wanafunzi wako!

4
Objectives
  • 1. Review of adult learning styles.
  • 2. Gain an understanding of the role and
    importance of a successful learner orientation.
  • 3. Discover practical approaches to innovative
    learner orientation that can be adapted and
    developed for use in any facility using adult
    learning principles.

5
Agenda
  • 1. Background
  • translation challenge - discussion 5 minutes
  • Adult learning styles video and discussion 15
    minutes
  • 2. How To Orient Learners
  • Determining Content task and discussion 15
    minutes
  • Strategies / Models
  • Pre-arrival 5 minutes
  • On Arrival 10 minutes
  • Self-directed onsite - Scavenger hunt 15
    minutes
  • When and how - task and discussion -10 minutes
  • Evaluation/confirmation of learning task and
    discussion - 10 minutes
  • 3. Wrap up/Evaluation of Workshop 5 minutes

6
Principles of Adult Learning
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vCu_PpkqWJGAfeature
    related
  • Malcolm Knowles 6 characteristics

7
Adult Learning Principles
  • Autonomy
  • Life Experience
  • Goal Oriented
  • Relevant
  • Practical
  • Respect

8
Adult Learning why?
  • Benefits reported from adult learning approach
  • Clearly defined structure aids in reducing
    anxiety.
  • Active involvement results in more effective
    learning of initial information.
  • Self-direction enables feelings of mastery and
    competence.
  • Models the approach to self-directed clinical
    practice.
  • (Rauch)

9
Orientation Adult Learning
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Adult Learning How?
  • Rauch orientation strategy based on adult
    learning principles
  • 5 assumptions
  • 1. Orientation is a process that takes place over
    time.
  • 2. Students are adults capable of self-directed
    learning.
  • 3. Instructors role is to enable learning.
  • 4. Active learning better than passive learning.
  • 5. Written objectives guide learning and
    facilitate evaluation.
  • (Rauch)

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Adult Learning How?
  • Treating people as adults-an approach to
    teaching
  • Respect-Mutual, establish immediately
  • Research-Todays students are evidence-based, so
    must you be
  • Responsiveness-Assimilate their learning
    goals/styles with what they must learn
  • Reciprocity-Communication is the key
  • (Brookfield, 1999)

12
Adult Learning Limitless Opportunities for
Orientation
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How To Orient Learners
  • Orientation topic defined, and principles of
    adult learning applied to each topic.
  • 1. Define the content of the orientation
  • what the student will learn and know about the
    topic.
  • 2. Determine the orientation strategy/model. -
    self-instructional requiring independent planning
    and problem- solving.
  • 3. Confirm the learning/Evaluation-
  • Did the student learn the required the content
    of the orientation.
  • (Rauch)

14
Orientation Content What and Why
  • In small groups, spend 5 minutes developing a
    list of what needs to be covered in an
    orientation
  • Use the checklist, and just complete the first 2
    columns
  • What
  • Why
  • Must know (for safety and security)
  • Need to know (to be effective)
  • Nice to know (to be comfortable)

15
Orientation Content - example
  • Refer to handout Appendix 2

16
Orientation Delivery When
  • Pre-arrival
  • On arrival
  • Ongoing

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Orientation Delivery Models - Prearrival
  • Email/letter
  • Online webpage link
  • http//mfht.org/?page_id46
  • http//mfht.org/?page_id48
  • Learner program to provide relevant learner
    information

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  •  Dear Learner(name)
  •  
  • Thank you for requesting your placement at the
    Lake of the Woods District Hospital
    Rehabilitation Department. The physiotherapy
    staff and I look forward to providing you with a
    positive and enjoyable learning experience.
  •  
  • Following are some answers to frequently asked
    questions regarding placement in our facility
  • Hours of operation The Rehab department is open
    8-4, with a one hour lunch break from 12-1,
    Monday to Friday excluding stat holidays.
  • First Day Report to Rehab department, which is
    on the main floor of the hospital at 800 a.m.,
    at which time you will be given an orientation to
    the facility and your specific placement.
  • Parking If you are driving your own vehicle,
    you will be provided with a parking pass for a
    refundable 10.00 deposit, which will allow you
    to park for the duration of your placement in the
    VISITOR parking lot for free.
  • Accommodation If you have not already arranged
    for your accommodations, please contact your
    clinical co-ordinator to ensure that you have
    been allocated an apartment, through NOSM. These
    apartments are within a 30 second walk of the
    hospital, and are fully equipped with all
    amenities.
  • Dress Code Maroon pants with maroon vests, and
    pink shirts are required.
  • Books The Rehabilitation Department is fairly
    well supplied with resource materials for all
    patient care areas. As well, a PC is available
    for student use, with internet access. Please be
    aware that Hotmail is not accessible through our
    hospital due to Virus concerns.
  • Community events Kenora is situatated on
    beautiful Lake of the Woods, which offers an
    abundance of seasonal recreational opportunities,
    in addition to having a diverse and enjoyable
    cultural milieu. For more information go to
    either www.mykenora.com and click on community
    profiles.
  • Flu Shots Flu shots are not mandatory, but in
    the event that a flu outbreak occurs and an order
    is received from the health unit, only immunized
    staff will be allowed. This could put your
    placement at risk if you are not immunized.
  •  
  • P.S. Just kidding about the dress code, you can
    wear any professional dress clothes, as long as
    there are no blue jeans or T-shirts with printed
    messages. Please avoid dangling jewelry, no
    strong perfumes or scents. Footwear policy is
    enforced, and must have closed non-permeable toe
    (ie leather upper mesh runners not allowed) for
    your own safety in the event of a spill or
    dropped sharp.
  •  
  • Should you have any further questions, comments
    or concerns, please call me at 807-468-9861 ext
    214, or email me at mailtobchisholm_at_lwdh.on.ca.
  •  
  • Thank you,

19
Orientation Delivery Models prearrival learner
information
  • Refer to handout Appendix 3

20
Orientation Delivery Models Social Media (pre
or on arrival)
  • Twitter orientation hashtag
  • Facebook
  • Texting
  • Apps
  • Blogs
  • Orientation video link

21
More Orientation Delivery Model on arrival
  • Hard copy/binder
  • One on one with preceptor
  • One on one with support staff
  • Other examples of self directed orientation
    strategies

22
Orientation Delivery Model on arrival
  • Block out time on first day
  • Self-directed onsite Scavenger hunt can be
    effective time saver

23
Lets put our heads together
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Learner Orientation When and How
  • In small groups, spend 5 minutes adding to your
    list of what needs to be covered in an
    orientation
  • Use the checklist, and just complete the 3rd and
    4th columns
  • When
  • Prearrival
  • On arrival
  • ongoing
  • How

25
Orientation Evaluation and Confirmation
  • In small groups, spend 5 minutes adding to your
    list of what needs to be covered in an
    orientation
  • Use the checklist, and just complete the 5th
    column
  • How the learning is confirmed

26
Memorandum of Understanding
  • Include need to know stuff
  • Quiz
  • http//www.stjoes.ca/media/LearnerOrientQuiz.pdf
  • Signed MOU

27
Further learning
  • Links to education sites
  • http//www.preceptor.ca
  • http//www.practiceeducation.ca/

28
Summary
  • Reviewed adult learning principles
  • Need to know vs. good to know content for learner
    orientation
  • Various models for delivering content both before
    and on arrival of learner
  • Confirmation of learner understanding of content

29
Next Steps Imparting Your Knowledge
30
Questions
  • Brock Chisholm
  • bchisholm_at_nosm.ca
  • Barb Zelek
  • bzelek_at_mfht.org
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