Location: LA, California, United States

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Mark Clements, Helen Harris, Willa Lewis-Zeiler, Susan Lulee, Nguyen Ngoc An-G

Design/Development Phase - Teaching Strategies

  1. 1. This is part of learner support services offered for all PDPDE students and not a core subject. Interactive media will be used to engage students in the module content.
  2. 2. Learning activities will be created around real life situation cases that are relevant to learners.
  3. 3. Discussion topics will provide opportunity for self reflection and networking between learners.
  4. 4. Each student will conduct a stress assessment to determine their level of stress and identify their personal weakness.
  5. 5. Instructor will listen and help learners to summarize a stress cycle chart so that learners can visualize the psychological consequence of stress. A learning activity might be for students to draw a stress cycle and indicate where they need to intervene for themselves. Instructor provides feedback or questions.
  6. 6. Learners list their ways that they used to deal with stress while instructor leads to classify the items on the list and come to a conclusion of "relief (short term solution) vs. Management (long term solution)" and "react (biomechanical) vs. Respond (rational)". Instructor could play video of Dr. Stevens Kickman's lecture to explain these concepts. For self-paced learners they could find the link in resource listed below.
  7. 7. Learners watch video, practice some tips for stress relief or management. Instructor provides feedback in discussion forum.
  8. 8. During the course, instructor will ask students to complete a pre and post questionnaire to test their knowledge and collect data.
  9. 9. Learners will submit their personal stress plan and give feedback to each other.
  10. 10 Instructor will provide resources for further study.


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