Education Theory and Practice
Course DetailsCourse Number: RESP 4223 Section Number: 201
Location: Bridwell Hall
Classroom Number: 305
Days & Times:
Education Theory and Practice
The focus of this course is to train the student in the basic processes of education. Emphasis is placed on classroom as well as clinical instruction. Topics include learning styles, developing objectives, teaching methods, questioning and problem solving strategies, characteristics and roles of the clinical instructor, and use of appropriate evaluation instruments.
Randy Case, MA, RRT
Office: Bridwell Hall # 301
Senior Respiratory Care Students
Participants in this course will have the opportunity to:
1. Identify the purposes, goals, and benefits of client and staff/student education.
2. Identify the terms education process, teaching and learning
3. Identify major ethical principles related to education in health care
4. Define the principal constructs of each learning theory
5. Explain the health educator’s role in the learning process
6. Describe what is meant by learning styles
7. Identify incentives and obstacles that affect motivation to learn
8. Identify the magnitude of the literacy problem in the United States
9. Identify the differences between learning goals and objectives
10. Explain how to evaluate instructional methods
11. Differentiate between instructional materials and instructional methods
12. Describe the effects that technology has had on education for health professionals
Susan Bastable, Pamela Gramet, Karen Jacobs, Deborah Sopczyk, Health Professional as Educator Principles of Teaching and Learning, 2011 Jones & Bartlett, ISBN 978-0-7637-9278-7
American Disabilities Act (ADA)
Midwestern State University (MSU) does not discriminate on the basis of an individual’s disability and complies with Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act in its admission, accessibility and employment of individuals in programs and activities.
MSU provide academic accommodations and auxiliary aids to individuals with disabilities, as defined by law, who are otherwise qualified to meet academic and employment requirements. For assistance call (940) 397-4618 or 397-4515.
Please see the instructor outside of class to make any arrangements involving special accommodations. It is the student’s responsibility to declare any disabilities. After declaration, preferably at the beginning of each semester, the student needs to contact individual instructors to determine any reasonable accommodations that may be required
Please make note of all deadlines and adhere to them. Anything not completed and handed in on time will be considered and graded as a “0”.
Professors have become increasingly aware of, and therefore more adamant about, plagiarism on college campuses. Remember that copying any part of someone else’s work without properly citing it constitutes plagiarism. Further, copying other’s ideas and portraying them as your own, even if not word for word, constitutes plagiarism. The professor will investigate any suspected cases of academic dishonesty. If further action is necessary, the professor will turn the incident into the proper MWSU authorities for disciplinary action. In addition to the issue of plagiarism, academic dishonesty in an online environment may include: having someone else complete any assignment or any portion of an assignment and/or discussing via any medium, even email, any exam question.
All assigned projects must be original work for each course assignment. The faculty will not accept a submission that has been or is being submitted for another course. No Exceptions!
You are expected to do your own work just as you would be in a “traditional” classroom setting.
Student Honor Creed:
All components of RESP 4223 are designed to represent the efforts of each student INDIVIDUALLY and are NOT to be shared, copied, or plagiarized from other sources. When students submit their efforts for grading, they are ating they abided by this rule.
Cheating includes, but is not limited to, (1) use of any unauthorized assistance in taking quizzes, s, or examinations; (2) dependence upon the aid of sources beyond those authorized by the instructor in writing papers, preparing reports, solving problems, or completing other assignments; or (3) the acquisition of s or other academic materials belonging to the university faculty or staff without permission.
Plagiarism includes, but is not limited to, the use of, by paraphrase or direct quotation without correct citation in the text and on the reference list, the published or unpublished works of another person. Students may NOT submit papers and assignments that they have previously submitted for this or other courses. The use of materials generated by agencies engaged in "selling" term papers is also plagiarism. Students are encouraged to review the tutorials and suggested websites for more information about plagiarism.
Academic dishonesty (cheating, plagiarism, etc.) will not be tolerated in this class. Whenever a student is unsure of whether a particular situation will be interpreted as academic dishonesty, he/she should ask the instructor for clarification. If students are guilty of academic dishonesty, a grade of zero (0) will be given for the quiz, assignment, etc. Cases may also be referred to the Dean of Students for possible dismissal from the university.
By enrolling in this course, the student expressly grants MSU a “limited right” in all intellectual property created by the student for the purpose of this course. The “limited right” shall include but shall not be limited to the right to reproduce the student’s work product in order to verify originality and authenticity, and for educational purposes. Specifically, faculty may submit student papers and assignments to an external agency to verify originality and authenticity, and to detect for plagiarism.
A minimum grade of 75 (C) is required in all respiratory courses. Failure to attain a minimum grade of C will prevent the student from progressing in the program.
Attendance/Participation/Syllabus Confirm 15%
Case Studies 20%
Health Care Poster Presentation 25%
CLASS ATTENDANCE PARTICIPATION:
Class attendance (45%) will be a portion of your grade for this class. I do understand that certain circumstances do come up that will result in your inability to be at class. However, I do expect you to notify me when you will not be in class. If I begin to recognize a problem with your attendance, I will ask to meet with you to discuss the problem. This class will meet a total of 10 times. You will receive a 1 point deduction from your Class attendance grade (which is a total of 10 points) for each class that you miss unless the absence has been discussed and approved by me.
Class participation (45%) is also an integral part of this course. In order to earn the maximum amount of participation points you are expected to participate actively in and contribute to the learning experience in this course. You should provide feedback, comments, and thoughts during the process of this course. Participation means providing substantive comments, questions and contributions that advance the learning process for you and/or other learners in the course. Participation may include responding to questions and issues posed by other learners. Non-substantive comments, irrelevant comments and comments of the nature of “I agree” or “I disagree” (unless the latter two are elaborated upon to make them substantive) do not count towards meeting the participation requirement. Again, this class will meet a total of 10 times. You will receive 1 point deduction from your Class Participation grade (which is a total of 10 points) for each class that you do not actively participate in.
The reason for this is based on the style of teaching that we will be conducting within this course. It requires your attendance and participation.
I have also included a Syllabus Confirmation, which states that you are aware and understand the expectations of this course. This confirmation will be a portion of your grade and will consist of 10% of your attendance/participation grade.
Throughout the semester, I will assign case studies that cover the reading assignments for that specific week. You are to answer these case studies using the knowledge and understanding of what you have learned from your reading assignments. Some of these will be thought provoking and will require you to think outside the box. Some may ask specific knowledge based questions and some may require you to utilize your own opinions and thoughts. Your answers must have substantial information to back up your thoughts. A simple “yes” or “no” or “I agree with that” will not suffice. Your answers need to be saved as a WORD document and placed in the appropriate dropbox in D2L by 7:59am on the day it is due. You will also need to bring a copy of your word document to class on the day it is due as we will be discussing that specific case study. Case Studies will not only be graded based on the accurateness of the answers but they will also be graded based on the student’s efforts and the quality of their writing. 2 points will be awarded for each correct answer. 1 point will be awarded for each attempted answer with good effort. 0 points will be given for questions not answered. The Case Studies will account for 20% of your final grade.
There will be a total of four quizzes, which will cover several chapters within the text. Students are expected to analyze and apply their education knowledge during these quizzes. Quizzes are located under assessments. You may use learning resources to help you with the quizzes, however the quizzes are timed and may only be taken once. 90 minutes for each 20 question quiz. Quizzes/Exams account for 40% of your grade, each quiz/exam being worth 10%.
HEALTH FAIR PROJECT PRESENTATION:
As part of your final project, you will create a project that summarizes your topic. This project will be presented as part of the Midwestern State University Health Fair which will be held on Friday March 7th, 2014 from 9-1. During class on March 5th each group will present their project to the class for peer evaluation.
Topic: Health Care Prevention and Screening (Respiratory)
Smoking Cessation PFT Screening
Combustion Products Environmental Hazards
Turberculosis WHO Prevention Strategy
Immunizations Asthma Prevention/Treatment
COPD Education Exercise and Health
Air Quality CPR
Hand-Washing Smokeless Tobacco
Smoking Hazards and Effects Death of a Lung
Second-Hand Smoke Cardio-Pulmonary Rehab
Contemporary Concerns Susceptibility
Other Topic of your Choosing
Projects should include the following:
· Project Title
· Description of your topic and primary source(s) examined—remember to reference all resources
· Based on your research of the topic what do you want viewers to take away from this experience (keep in mind that many of the viewers will have no background in healthcare)
· Use your project to highlight the most important findings and points to your audience
o Too much text is distracting—determine your main points and emphasize those
· Be prepared to summarize your work and answer questions during the health fair
Assignment Due Dates:
Groups – should be formed (2 to 4 members per group) and a list of the members of each group will be submitted within the D2L dropbox by 1159pm on January 15, 2014.
Topics – Topics should be chosen and be submitted within the D2L dropbox by 1159pm on January 15, 2014.
Outline - each group will produce an outline of the material to be covered in the project which will be submitted within the D2L dropbox by February 5, 2014.
Poster Design - work within your group to sketch out your project on a sheet of paper. Remember, whatever visualization you choose, it should guide the viewer through the project. The sketch will be scanned and submitted within the D2L dropbox by February 12, 2014.
· Assignment Specific: The topic is well articulated with issues or questions relating to the topic
· Organization: The project has a logical structure with appropriate headings.
· Development/Support: The poster incorporates data to support the presenter’s purpose
· Grammar/Mechanics: The project utilizes proper grammar and sentence structure
· Design: The poster is well constructed with all visuals serving a specific purpose
· Professionalism: Demonstrate quality professionalism during presentation and fair
· Delivery: The presentation gives a clear and concise summary of the project’s content and adequately answers questions.
GRADING RUBRIC FOR HEALTH FAIR PROJECT PRESENTATION
Course AttachmentsSyllabus Education & Theory Syllabus Spring 2014-20140123-164746.docx
TextbooksHealth Professional as Educator Priciples of Teach