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Step 3 Worksheets                                                                                                            Selecting theory and philosophy

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Step 3C: Perspectives on nutrition content and issues

 

Provide your perspective on nutrition content and issues relevant to your program goals.

 

 

Step 3D: Program components

 

List and/or diagram the components that will make up your program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 4 Worksheets                                        Translating behavioral theory into education and support objectives

In Step 4, you translate behavioral theory into the program objectives that you need to guide the design of educational experiences and environmental-policy support activities. These objectives are directed at potential mediators of change.

At the end of the Step 4 worksheets, you will have the following product:

Step 4:    Several sets of objectives for your program that cut across all components.

Use the provided worksheets as a guide to help you write educational and support objectives rooted in your theory model from Step 3. Electronic versions of these worksheets are available at http://nutrition.jbpub.com/education/2e. If you are unable to access the worksheet electronically, you can write onto this blank worksheet or create a text document that uses the same flow of information.

 

Step 4: Nutrition education program objectives for all components

 

Determine the nutrition education program objectives that will cut across all program components to achieve the program behavioral goals for each of the three categories below.

Motivational objectives

 

Action objectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Environmental-policy support objectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 5 Worksheets for Individual-Level Components                                          Designing activities for mediators

In Step 5, you use your theoretical model, philosophy of nutrition education, and nutrition education program objectives to create (1) educational plans for the individual-level components and (2) environmental supports plans for environmental/ policy components.

These pages of the Step 5 worksheets are devoted to designing educational plans for activities directed at individuals, referred to here as the individual-level components. Generally, the primary individual-level component consists of one or more group sessions. (You can also use these worksheets to design other individual-level components, such as newsletters and media-related activities.)

You should have one educational plan for each group session you design (or newsletter or other component directed at individuals).

At the end of the Step 5 worksheets for the individual-level components, you will have the following products:

Step 5A:      General educational objectives for each session or series of sessions directed at the same behavioral goal

Step 5B:      An overall design plan for the session in the form of a matrix that links mediators, objectives, and activities

Step 5C:      A narrative educational plan that translates the matrix into a form ready for teaching or presenting

Use these worksheets as an organizational guide to help you design your educational plan and translate theory mediators into educational activities. Electronic versions of these worksheets are available at http://nutrition.jbpub.com/education/2e. If you are unable to access the worksheets electronically, you can write
onto this blank worksheet or create a text document that uses the same flow of information.

 

Step 5A: General educational objectives

 

Educational plan title:            ______________________________________________________________________

Program goal behaviors:      ______________________________________________________________________

Write the general educational objectives.

Mediator (from Step 3)

General educational objectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 5 Worksheets for Individual-Level Components                                          Designing activities for mediators

 

 

Step 5B: Designing the educational plan: matrix format

 

Design your educational (or lesson) plan in matrix format. Write specific objectives for the mediators in your theory model (Step 3). Identify the learning domain and level for each objective. Then write the theory-based strategy you will employ to address the mediator and create educational activities that will be meaningful, interesting, and appropriate for your audience and will operationalize strategy.

Sequence your educational activities based on the events of instruction. After you have completed creating activities for each of the mediators in your theory model, go back through the design matrix and carefully identify each of the strategies/activities as to where it should fall in a sequence suitable for implementing with your audience. Label each activity as to whether it will be used to (A) gain attention, (S) present stimulus or new material, (G) provide guidance and practice, or (C) apply and close the session. These are referred to as the “Events of Instruction” or “EoI.”

Carefully re-order the matrix. If the mediators and the related activities you have created are not at first listed in your matrix in the properly sequenced order (i.e., gain attention to apply and close), then carefully re-order the matrix so all activities as well as mediators and objectives are in the proper sequenced order ready to use to create your educational plan or teaching plan.

Mediator
(from Step 3)

Specific educational objectives*

Learning domain/level*

Theory-based strategy** and
educational activities, experiences, and/or content

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*C = cognitive domain; A = affective domain; P = psychomotor domain.

 

 

Step 5 Worksheets for Individual-Level Components                                          Designing activities for mediators

 

 

Step 5C: Educational plan

 

Write a narrative educational plan, based on your design matrix, that you will actually use to deliver your session. Think of a catchy title that will be meaningful to your audience. Make sure that activities are sequenced based on order of instruction. For each educational activity create a heading with a title and the mediator(s) addressed. Then write a detailed procedure for the activity. It is customary to place an overview or outline of activities and a materials list at the beginning of the teaching plan.

Overview of Content                                                                                         Materials

Procedure

 


Step 5 Worksheets for Individual-Level Components                                          Designing activities for mediators

In Step 5, you use your theoretical model, philosophy of nutrition education, and nutrition education program objectives to create (1) educational plans for the individual-level components and (2) environmental support plans for environmental/ policy components.

These pages of the Step 5 worksheets are devoted to designing educational plans for activities directed at individuals, referred to here as the individual-level components. Generally, the primary individual-level component consists of one or more group sessions. (You can also use these worksheets to design other individual-level components, such as newsletters and media-related activities.)

You should have one educational plan for each group session you design (or newsletter or other component directed at individuals).

At the end of the Step 5 worksheets for the individual-level components, you will have the following products:

Step 5A:      General educational objectives for each session or series of sessions directed at the same behavioral goal

Step 5B:      An overall design plan for the session in the form of a matrix that links mediators, objectives, and activities

Step 5C:      A narrative educational plan that translates the matrix into a form ready for teaching or presenting

Use these worksheets as an organizational guide to help you design your educational plan and translate theory mediators into educational activities. Electronic versions of these worksheets are available at http://nutrition.jbpub.com/education/2e/. If you are unable to access the worksheets electronically, you can write onto this blank worksheet or create a text document that uses the same flow of information.

 

Step 5A: General educational objectives

 

Educational plan title:            ______________________________________________________________________

Program goal behaviors:      ______________________________________________________________________

Write the general educational objectives.

Mediator (from Step 3)

General educational objectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 5 Worksheets for Individual-Level Components                                          Designing activities for mediators

 

 

Step 5B: Designing the educational plan: matrix format

 

Design your educational (or lesson) plan in matrix format. Write specific objectives for the mediators in your theory model (Step 3). Identify the learning domain and level for each objective. Then, write the theory-based strategy you will employ to address the mediator and create educational activities that will be meaningful, interesting, and appropriate for your audience and will operationalize strategy.

Sequence your educational activities based on the events of instruction. After you have completed creating activities for each of the mediators in your theory model, go back through the design matrix and carefully identify each of the strategies/activities as to where it should fall in a sequence suitable for implementing with your audience. Label each activity as to whether it will be used to (A) gain attention, (S) present stimulus or new material, (G) provide guidance and practice, or (C) apply and close the session. These are referred to as the “Events of Instruction” or “EoI.”

Carefully re-order the matrix. If the mediators and the related activities you have created are not at first listed in your matrix in the properly sequenced order (i.e., gain attention to apply and close), then carefully re-order the matrix so all activities as well as mediators and objectives are in the proper sequenced order ready to use to create your educational plan or teaching plan.

Mediator
(from Step 3)

Specific educational objectives*

Learning domain/level

Theory-based strategy** and
educational activities, experiences, and/or content

Eol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*C = cognitive domain; A = affective domain; P = psychomotor domain.

 

 

Step 5 Worksheets for Individual-Level Components                                          Designing activities for mediators

 

 

Step 5C: Educational plan

 

Write a narrative educational plan, based on your design matrix, that you will actually use to deliver your session. Think of a catchy title that will be meaningful to your audience. Make sure that activities are sequenced based on order of instruction. For each educational activity create a heading with a title and the mediator(s) addressed. Then write a detailed procedure for the activity. It is customary to place an overview or outline of activities and a materials list at the beginning of the teaching plan.

Overview of Content                                                                                         Materials

Procedure

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