Conversational Model of Learning in Program Development
This the main object to keep in mind:
Discuss the theoretical underpinnings related to developing an education program;
Explore principles used in designing program content;
Explain the principles of planning cost effective education programs
write briefly about curriculum models, and how does it developing The program outcome. Then what framework (Conversational Model here) that will be use to align with the learning theories on which the curriculum is based.Last, Identification of the characteristics that define the learner group. The learner group are nursing assistant in ICU department and the topic is Transmission Based Precautions.
Writing about different types of curriculum models commonly used in nursing and health care education. Explore the curriculum model, along with different models commonly used (one of them is conversational models).
at this point, a definition of the conversational framework can be provided. Comprehensive/detailed knowledge of topic including links with learning theories and the principles related to the Conversational Framework.
tell the reader about the characteristics of the group of learners you are developing the learning program for. (nursing assistant in ICU about Transmission Based Precautions topic). an outline of what will be covered in the body of the essay and what order is usually provided. Use future tens (the essay will discuss. etc.).
Provides a convincing justification for use of the Conversational Framework in nursing in-service education programs.
Two examples of multimedia teaching learning activities to be used.
As the object it important to explain the principles of planning cost effective education programs. consider including at least a brief discussion about any cost constraints that may limit the delivery of your program. Think about how particular techniques, strategies or content that you envisage would be optimal for your program
Analytical and clear conclusion grounded in literature but stated in own words.
Introduces no new ideas.