Reflect on a lesson you would like to teach to a friend or family member. Determine the level of your learning objectives using Bloom’s taxonomy. Construct three learning objectives containing appropriate active verbs. Identify a possible teaching strategy for each of your objectives. Indicate how you plan to measure each objective.
Learning Objective: After reading a handout, family member can properly recite the acronym used as a mnemonic to help detect and enhance responsiveness to the needs of a person having a stroke.
Measurement: When asked to recite and explain FAST family member is able to state (FAST) Facial drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulties and Time to call 911.
Teaching Strategy: Self instruction
Learning Objective: After a brief one on one discussion about how to detect and enhance the responsiveness to the needs of a person having a stroke the family member can verbalize feelings of confidence in stroke detection mnemonic FAST and meaning.
Measurement: Question & Answer
Teaching Strategy: One on one discussion
Learning Objective: After 30 minutes of teaching and demonstrations how to detect and enhance the responsiveness to the needs of a person having a stroke, the family member can perform a return demonstration on FAST mnemonic and stroke detection.
Measurement: Family member can perform return demonstration on how to enhance responsiveness to the needs of a person having a stroke and the mnemonic FAST.
Teaching Strategy: Demonstration and return demonstration
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