- Helping trainees to motivate themselves to learn.
- How to deal with lack of motivation?
- How effective am I as a teacher?
- What is a good teacher/bad teacher?
- What is a good learner/bad learner?
- Temporary incompetence
- “Who to be” in the relationship
- Unconditional positive regard
- Empathy= Risk-taking
- Genuineness = Risk-taking
- Concreteness (“here and now”))
- What is the trainee’s objective?
- Attribution – attributing failings to others
- “What are my objectives for what I am about to say?”
- Learned helplessness
- Does problem-solving result in solutions? If not, change
- the problem!
Restraining forces vs driving forces
More onforce field analysis
The more concepts and attributes you have, the more complicated the problem. Negative values are important.
Focusing Scanning / / Conservative Gambling Successive Simultaneous (eg: computers)
Leadership Task leader “Follow me”
Social leader “You will not be diminished, hurt…”
Skills of a social leader are at this level
Concept: Define adult learning style – use this as a springboard to development.
I like myself (self-esteem)
…To have self-esteem, I need to have achieved something.
- No insight
- Unaware of effect of actions on people around them > put-down without realising.
- No interest
- Will not take on board a teaching method which you can show would be useful.
- No response to emotional cues eg: worried patients.
- Putting emphasis on positive feedback when negative feedback expected. “I need to be encouraged to value myself”.
- Showing an active interest in a topic. “Kids won’t work for teachers they don’t like”. “I’ve discovered people get on with me better”.
Concept: What am I NOT doing?
Challenge = task, workplace objective
Support = roles/activities of trainer
Comfortable UnconfidentConfident > Invitation to become > Uncomfortable SafeUnsafe
REQUIRES RISK – MUST FEEL SAFE TO DO THIS
PROBLEM > data > predictive system > net advantage
PROBLEM > data > evaluative system > risk taking (value driven)
Different trainers have different value clusters – what are mine?