Please join us to connect with and learn from Ontario CLRI educators and peers in your community of practice on the topic of improving learner engagement. In this interactive virtual mini workshop we will use experiential learning approaches and techniques to make frontline education relevant and supportive for all care team members. In the Key to Learner Engagement Part One, we heard you ask for the chance to explore and develop your skills in ‘just in time’ learning, interactive online facilitation, and proactive coaching and reinforcement of applying learning in practice.
Some of the ways we will exchange knowledge and experience among ourselves during the workshop will include live polls, break-out room discussions and online chatting.
Exhale, grab your lunch, and get comfortable. We look forward to learning with you!
Did you miss part one? View the recording on our website!
In this virtual mini workshop, we will explore experiential learning techniques, including how to:
1. Use a ‘just in time’ learning exercise, to help infuse frontline education sessions with relevance
2. Integrate learner input into your online clinical training facilitation
3. Incorporate coaching and reinforcement strategies to translate eLearning into action
Daniel Galessiere, MScPT, BScKin. Daniel is an interprofessional educator for the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-term Care at Baycrest. Daniel is currently involved in the design and facilitation of education for LTC staff, health-care simulation, and knowledge dissemination and translation via workshops, seminars and conference presentations, as well as leadership coaching. Daniel has
13 years of physiotherapy experience as a clinician and preceptor in both the private clinic and geriatric hospital settings.
Shoshana Helfenbaum, MSW RSW PhD(c). Shoshana is an Interprofessional Educator for Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care at Baycrest. Shoshana designs curriculum and educational methodology for
relational care and leadership focusing on mindfulness, simulation and Appreciative Inquiry for knowledge mobilization and sustainable practice change on interprofessional teams. Shoshana’s career spans 20+ years in community, hospital and long-term care settings as a geriatric social worker, psychotherapist, gerontologist, clinical simulationist, instructional and eLearning designer.