Lifelong Learning and Information Technology

Lifelong Learning and Information Technology

THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care We need a Group, Now What Nancy B. Clark, M.Ed. Carol A. Painter, PhD Class 1 1 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care

Review of Group Benefits Everyone brings something to the party Promotes active learning => mastery Supports long-term memory and understanding Allows for monitoring and assessment of knowledge Develops problem-solving and critical thinking skills Encourages collaboration Class 1 2 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Review of Best Group Practices Utilize the Godfather Principle Limit the size Members have basic similarities and preferences They have structure and purpose They dont add more to your plate Class 1 3 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF

developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Compatible Learning Styles Active Learners Meet regularly to process information verbally, draw pictures on white board Reinforce and insure ongoing mastery Process/study individually after class Prep for tests Class 1 Reflective Learners Prepare before class Summarize materials at home and read Meet weekly with group to

reinforce and assess mastery of weeks learning Prep for tests 4 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Compatible Circumstances Structured (Js) Unstructured (Ps) Morning person Not morning person Not Married Married (with children?) Need mix of sensing/intuitives, global/ sequential Group Forming Exercise Class 1

5 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Strategies and Process Establish goals (personal and group) Establish a schedule (when and how long) Set an agenda Establish a purpose ( reinforce learning; test preparation)

Share responsibilities and resources Dont add to what youre already doing: use what you have Class 1 6 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Study Smart, Not Hard Promote intuitive/integrated versus sensing/linear learning style Look for connections between concepts and facts Compare and contrast different concepts Tend to do better on multiple-choice exams in medical school (most do not test recognition and recall of facts and

concepts) One of the best way to assess how well you are doing: evaluate yourself and each other Case scenario problem solving Practice test questions Class 1 7 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Effectiveness versus efficiency Changes to study methods must move toward effectiveness ( smart study), getting the right things done in the time available

Efficiency is the ability to get a lot done in the time available Question analysis is effective Focuses on exam material Increases your chances of answering correctly Class 1 8 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Questions as a Study Tool Available from several sources Active learning- prepare your own possible test questions from lecture objectives and content Board review books

Library online sources Train your brain to think in an exam mode; create the performance environment Class 1 9 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Using Practice Questions to Enhance Integrated Learning To analyze each practice question ask: How would I have had to study to know that the right answer was right?

How would I have had to study to know that each wrong answer was wrong (integrated understanding) Approach the practice question as a study topic; dont worry about the correct answer Does the question require memorization (<1/3), comparison, or deduction of cause and effect? Class 1 10 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Using Practice Questions to Enhance Integrated Learning

Notice that relationships between material are not in strict linear order = change learning in a very important way See the linkages in knowledge Begins to see that it isnt just memorization of facts but interconnection of facts Begins preparation for Step 1 Class 1 11 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care See the linkages in knowledge THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Sample Group Plan Goals: reinforce class and lab learning, prepare for test, improve study methods and learning strategies Members: five Meeting time: Sunday, 3:00-5:00 Plan: members summarize lectures daily; include information from objectives, readings and slides not discussed in class Each member responsible for compiling lists of possible exam questions from one lecture and distributing to group members Class 1

13 THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Additional Group Plans For exam prep, group schedule additional time for: Practice lab practical Practice checklists in CLC Practice exam questions Integrated questions from external sources Additional review Class 1 14

THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE MEDICINE Educating andOF developing exemplary physicians who practice patientcentered health care Resources from Dr. Painter In FSU Blackboard Under My Organizations Look for Learning and Study Resources Class 1 15

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