Problem-Solving Skills: Learning Logs
To record the details of what is working and not working as people engage in specific activities. It is used to journal learning; to help understand how to best support people in challenging situations; and to simply better understand what is Important To and how to best support.
Remember that this is a skill masquerading as a form. Completing it well requires practice and support. Edit the text in the third and fourth columns to reflect the focus of the learning (e.g. what did you learn about the activity…; what do you learn during your time with ….; what did you learn about the process…) Break things down into parts (e.g. when cooking – looking at the recipe; getting out the ingredients; etc) and record significant learning. Record a quick note (not a long narrative). Use what is learned to inform the plan and/or the actions.