This is a Teaching Project Self-Evaluation in reference to Order ID: 55001.
APA format and needs to be 1,400-1,750 words.
1) Brief description of the population aggregate.
2) How the learning needs were determined.
3) Description of the accuracy of the learner and environ-
mental variables (How did these variables affect the
4) Description of the teaching/learning hteories and
principles utilized in the presentation.
5) Evaluation of the student's assessment, development, and
implementation of the process used to complete the
6) Description of the advantages and limitations of the
projects content, audiovisual materials, and evaluation
7) Inclusion of the results of the evaluation tools and an
interpreatation of the results.
8) Evaluation of yourself, the process, and the product.
9) Identification of the strengths of the presentation and
10) Identification of any revision you would make if you
were to repeat this presentation.
11) Briefly summarize your personal learning from this
Reference #1: Young to Middle-Aged Adults at Bible Baptist Church in Chickasah, OK; those of whom took the course ranged in age from 19-40 years old and were both male and female; class completed on Sunday, October 9, 2005 at Bible Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.
#2: Determined the needs of this group by interviewing several people within the target group, and were first time parents.
#3: The target group were nearly all Caucasian from lower-middle class or middle class background; the majority of which graduated from high school and many have attended at least some college; all spoke English as as their birth language. The environment was adequately spaced and well ventilated.
#4: I used both the Red Cross dummies and the American Heart Association materials, marker boards, printed instructions and illustrations to be posted on in their homes, such as on kitchen refrigerator.
#5: The target group voiced undertanding of information presented and completed returned demonstration of CPR on the dummies provided; learned when to active 911; also learned to be more aware of their surroundings and correct potential hazards to infants and young children.
#6: The main advantage that I taught the target group was the highest level of prevention-the support
until medical help can arrive.
#7: The results of evaluation tools and interpretation of results were exceedingly high.
#8: I prepared very well for the CPR class; did researching of material from internet and received information from my hospital education director and borrowed CPR dummies; information was arranged at a four grade level for easier understanding of material; Registered Nurse, CPR Basic Life Support
(BLS)Instructor, Acute Cardiac Life Support
#9: The strengths identified in the presentation were from my experience of being a mother of two children and the hazardous environment I now realize was potential harmful; the knowledge/mastery of the importancy of information and skills taught; I used knowledge from past/present personel and professional experiences; also used humor for a more relaxing environment.
#10: The only revision I would make is the day class was held, instead of being a Sunday afternoon--I would schedule on a Saturday afternoon because the class would not have to rushed to in order to be in church services by 6:00pm Sunday evening.
#11) I learned that I enjoyed teaching to the targeted age group and keeps me up-to-date on the CPR information; self-gratification knowing that a helped save a life
at some point in time.
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