How do you retain information best? Is it really “See one, Do one, Teach one?”. Did you ever learn a new process only to forget it two weeks later and wonder why? This retreat will take advantage of the beautiful relaxed environment of the Snake River Grille at Hagerman, Idaho to explore the differences in adult learning styles in an engaging, fun, and interactive setting.
Most of us have heard of auditory, visual, and kinetic learning. However, this workshop explores developments in adult learning in recent years. We will discover how adult learning is different from the traditional student setting, as well as the four basic learning styles that can impact retention of information. Each participant will have an opportunity to explore their own learning style, and identify ways that familiarity with all four styles can benefit one in any work environment. Whether as an employee, or one who is hoping to convey information in a casual or more formal setting.
The Learning Styles workshop will be followed by a Legislative discussion led by Debbie Shell on a topic TBD.
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ASLCS-Idaho Mission Statement
The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science- Idaho Chapter supports and promotes all aspects of the Clinical Laboratory Science Practice. This Society advocates the role our profession plays in ensuring excellent, efficient, accessible and cost effective laboratory services for the consumers of health care.
- Promoting our profession’s contribution to healthcare and our value to the public
- Uniting the profession to speak with one voice
- Advocating on behalf of the profession
- Promoting professional independence
- Enhancing quality standards and patient safety
- Ensuring workplace safety
- Providing professional development opportunities
- Promoting expanded roles and contributions of clinical laboratory professionals to the healthcare team
- Increasing the diversity in our profession and expanding the voice and role of under represented individuals and groups
Idaho Society of The American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS-Idaho) shares the mission and vision statement of the national organization which is to serve as the voice of all clinical laboratory professionals, creating a vision for the advancement of the clinical laboratory practice field, and advocating the value and the role of the profession ensuring safe, effective, efficient, equitable, and patient centered health care.