MASTERY LEARNING AND DELIBERATE PRACTICE DESIGN

  • Diagnostic Entry

    Assessment of a learner’s current knowledge and ability to demonstrate a skill prior to beginning learning.

  • Clear Learning Objectives

    Key performance metrics that a learner is aware of that they will be measured on during and post learning.

  • Practice Engagement

    Practice that is interactive and responsive to a learner’s demonstration of knowledge and/or skill.

  • Continued Practice

    Practice that is continued and tailored per learner that can vary in both time and number of attempts to reach or exceed a passing standard.

  • Minimum Passing Standard

    A clearly defined standard for knowledge and/or skill that learners need to demonstrate for proficiency.

  • Deliberate Practice

    Activities specifically designed to improve a learner’s current level of performance with objected and directed feedback on how to do so.

— Mastery Learning and Deliberate Practice Research —

Deliberate practice in resuscitation training using a feedback device, and the effects of the physical characteristics of the rescuer on the acquisition and retention of cardiopulmonary resuscitation skills: Randomized clinical trial

Study demonstrates that a structured training program with deliberate practice (frequent and structured practice to improve performance) using real-time feedback improves the acquisition of CPR skills and the retention of ...

Resuscitation Education Science: Educational Strategies to Improve Outcomes From Cardiac Arrest: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association

In order to increase educational efficiency in Utstein’s Formula of Survival, instructional design enhancements for CPR training have been identified to increase educational outcomes, patient outcomes, and survival after cardiac ...