Respond to classmates should be a minimum of 200 words in length.
DQ1 UMBO 1, 2
DQ1 PLG 6
DQ1 CLO 1, 5, 4
Here is the discussion question I would like you to respond to.
According to (Todd, 1999) the questions need to implement a successful presentation revolve around these three concepts. How do you engage the audience and promote learning during a presentation? How do you create an environment that is inclusive for all in attendance? How do you gather feedback from the professional community that will help to further advance your research? These questions target three broad goals that stem from the scientific teaching framework. These are significant at learning presentations, which need to include human equity, and the possibility to improve ones life or health initiative. Using a backward design approach, this study discusses how the lens of scientific teaching and the use of specific active-learning strategies can enhance presentations, improve their utility, and ensure that a presentation is universally accessible to all audience members. Information that is developed to educate is useless unless you understand and make it of immense importance to the learner. The learner is the main objective, not the material you are teaching.
In my presentation, I will be using visual aids and activities that include the learner to promote assimilation of the material. The material I am presenting is charged with cultural beliefs and familial traditions. The goal is to plant the seeds of possibilities to create better feeding practices for infants and young children. Verbal confirmation of respect for the learners knowledge and the rationale of their belief system surrounding feeding practices. The intent is to learn while facilitating, to make a connection; to begin a trusting and truthful conversation regarding infant feeding. My perspective is of less importance as the opportunity to begin a dialog with an underserved group, which is hesitant to access community or hospital-based resources. This is really the challenge going forward.
In addition to practicality, (“Executing a Project Health Assessment,” 2014) describes the importance of considering the short-term and the long-term effect on community presentations pertaining to health initiatives. If the goal is to begin a dialog, address a critical need or influence community stakeholders to join the initiative, a solid foundation is needed. This project is going to strive to impact one family at a time, rather than addressing this issue on a larger scale. This is a small rural community without many resources. A grassroots effort to begin to offer evidence-based resources for healthier feeding practices is the goal.
Executing a project health assessment. (2014). In Project health assessment (pp. 196273). Auerbach Publications. https://doi.org/10.1201/b17576-19
Todd, C. (1999). Using evidence-based medicine to deliver cost-effective care in chd. Inpharma Weekly, &NA;(1175), 57. https://doi.org/10.2165/00128413-199911750-00009
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