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197 Educational Session format and written requirement 2010

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HRTM 197: CLIFF NOTES ABOUT HOW TO DO AN EDUCATIONAL SESSION: The purpose of an educational session is to build skills and knowledge by providing: 1) information/data/terms/ideas 2) skill acquisition 3) practice- by developing skills and abilities through experiential exercises and sharing 1. Do you research, plan, organize, write your plan (using the below requirements) 2. Facilitate a. LOGISTICS (optional-often not necessary) + SET TONE: set the tone-grab their attention, get them to be personally interested in the subject, “how does this apply to me?” This might serve as an adequate overview and so ‘b’ will not be necessary. b. OVERVIEW (optional): provide them with a brief overview of information; teach them just a little bit. c. ENGAGE: engage them with an activity, sharing, role play, pen and paper exercise, or something else experiential that will help them to engage the material (interact with the material, practice the material, make the material personal). d. SHARE: 1:1, to self, small group, or whole group or a combination. write or talk about how this feels, talk about what I learned, share answers to different parts of the exercise, etc. e. REPEAT ‘c’ and ‘d’ as needed. f. DISEMBARK: help the client make meaning of the session so they can remember something and that they can actually USE something from the session in the future. 1
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REC 197: Recreation Therapist as Educator Format for Recreation Therapy Educational Session Session Description and Guide – Use this to create your written and actual facilitation 1. Logistics : (very brief) This ensures that you have taken care of "Business" in order to move forward.
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