Unit Educator

Using the college library Resources here on the left, and/or other resources, identify a learning theory. You may also use the ADDIE model (link provided below) in this assignment. The ADDIE model is commonly used and is not described in your textbook. Describe this model and how it can be used to teach the staff in the case study below. Identify each step of the model and describe how you will apply these steps to the given scenario.

Your paper should be approximately two pages in length and should explain the model, and apply the process to the case study below.

Please use APA format for your assignment. Please submit this assignment in the designated Canvas drop box.

ADDIE ModelLinks to an external site.

~This link describes two models, please scroll down to the ADDIE model (starts with the ADDIE definition and chart)

ASSIGNMENT:

You are the Unit Educator and have been tasked with designing an education session for your colleagues on the transition from a paper-based documentation system to an electronic medical record (EMR) system. Time is of the essence, and you have three 1-hour sessions planned to cover the information they need to incorporate the new EMR system into their daily practice. Several of your colleagues are concerned about their ability to master the new system. Jack, the nursing unit supervisor, confides, "I am terrified. Learning a whole new system of documentation is overwhelming to my staff. given so many of their other responsibilities. I worry that this new EMR system will have a negative impact on morale, just at the time when we are feeling pressure to increase the amount of work that we do"

1. Describe how you will structure the educational sessions using two of the psychological learning theories discussed in Chapter 3. Explain why you chose each theory.

2. Judge which learning theory can best assist you in addressing the issues your colleagues raise about their ability to master the new system and feelings of being overwhelmed. Why did you choose this theory?

3. What can you do to ensure that learning will become relatively permanent?