To respond to the following discussion questions click on the “Motor Learning, My New Skillâ€ link.
1 – Think about and select a new skill/task that you have always wanted to learn. What new skill/task did you choose to focus on?
2 – Briefly explain what this particular skill/task is used for.
3 – Explain, specifically (BE DETAILED!), how you would teach this skill/task to someone. Be specific in listing the exact steps and methods that you would take to teach this individual. BEING SPECIFIC IS IMPORTANT, AS THIS INDIVIDUAL IS LIKELY TO BE IN THE COGNITIVE STAGE OF LEARNING
To respond to the following discussion questions click on the “Module 11 â€“ Motor Learning (Nervous System) Disordersâ€ link.
Attached you will find a lengthy list of nervous system/motor learning disorders. For the module 11 discussion select two (2) of the disorders listed and respond to the following questions for each of your selected disorders.
1 – What motor learning disorders (nervous system disorder) did you choose to research?
2 – Briefly explain the disorders.
3 – What are some of the difficult things to do or difficult tasks to complete for a person diagnosed with this disorder?
4 – Select one of the things/task from the list above (from number 3) and respond to the following:
a. Which task/skill did you choose?
b. Explain how you would work with this individual to either help them learn or to improve on this task/skill. Be specific in listing the exact steps that you would take to teach this individual. BEING SPECIFIC IS IMPORTANT, AS THIS INDIVIDUAL IS LIKELY TO BE IN THE COGNITIVE STAGE OF LEARNING