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Most essential, single link in the training chain?
The Instructor.
3 Qualities of an efficient and effective instructor?
(K.A.P.)
-Knowledge (SME)
-Ability
-Personality
Key Principles to applying motivation theory in a training situation?
(NAAVII)
Needs and Drives
Attitudes
Achievements
Values
Interests
Incentives
5 techniques which can assist in developing MOTIVATIONAL STRATEGIES for instruction?
(MEEPS)
-Make Subject matter interesting
-Encourage Participation
-Establish Goals
-Provide informative feedback
-Show interest in student
Ultimate goal of Instructor.
To cause students to remain motivated beyond the instructor's influence and apply what they have learned on the job.
5 ways of learning?
(ITAIT)
Imitation
Trail and error
Association
Insight
Transfer
ITAIT:
IMITATION
Student observe the behavior of other(pri the Instr) and imitate that behavior.
ITAIT:
TRAIL AND ERROR
Called discovery learning, trail and error is learning by doing. Hands-on.
ITAIT:
ASSOCIATION
Comparison of past learning to new learning situations, assosciations is a mental process which serves as a ref point for student.
ITAIT:
INSIGHT
The understanding that the whole is more than just the sum of the parts. "Ah-ha phenomemon."
ITAIT:
TRANSFER
Process of appling past learning to new but somewhat similar situations.
5 LAWS OF LEARNING
(P.I.E.R.E)
Primacy
Intensity
Effect
Readines
Excercise
Single most important factor in students edu advancement
MOTIVATION
(INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL)
5 LEARNING SENSES BY IMPORTANCE
1. SIGHT
2. HEARING
3. TOUCH
4/5. TASTE AND SMELL
SENSES:
SIGHT?
75% OF BASIC LEARNING.
SENSES:
HEARING?
22% FROM HEARING. HEARING AND SIGHT COMBIBNED=90%.
INSTRUCTOR SHOULD BE CONCIOUS OF THE VOLUME OF VOICE AND ENSURING SPEECH IS CLEAR, AND
SENSES:
TOUCH?
MAJOR LEARNING FACTOR WHEN COMBINED WITH OTHER SENSES.
REINFORCES LEARNING BY TAKING AN EXPERIENCE.
SENSES:
TASTE AND SMELL?
NOT SIGNIFCANT IN MANY NAVY TRAINING SITUATIONS, THESE TWO USED AS A WARNING SYSTEM. BAKER FOR EXAMPLE.
6 COMMON CHARACTERISTICS ALL STUDENTS "POSSES".
(S.M.M.E.R.F)
-basic desire to Succeed.
-treated as adults(Maturity)
-make Mistakes (fallibility)
-posses an ability to Evaluate
-Recognition for job well done
-respect INSTR who show a sense of Fair play.
4 BASIC LEARNING STYLES
(C.A.R.A)
-CONCRETE LEARNERS
-ACTIVE LEARNERS
-REFLECTIVE LEARNERS
-ABSTRACT LEARNERS
% OF INFO RETAINED WHEN 1 OR MORE LEARNING STYLES INVOLVED:
ABSTRACT?
20% RETAINED
% OF INFO RETAINED WHEN 1 OR MORE LEARNING STYLES INVOLVED:
ABSTRACT AND REFLECTIVE?
50% RETAINED
% OF INFO RETAINED WHEN 1 OR MORE LEARNING STYLES INVOLVED:
ABSTRACT/REFLECTIVE/CONCRETE?
70% RETAINED
% OF INFO RETAINED WHEN 1 OR MORE LEARNING STYLES INVOLVED:
ABSTACT/REFLECTIVE/CONRETE/ACTIVE?
90% RETAINED
BARRIERS OF COMMUNICATIONS?
(C.A.F.E)
-LACK OF COMMON CORE EXPERIENCE
-OVERUSE OF ABSTRACTIONISMS
-FEAR
-ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS.
3 STEP COMMUNICATIONS PROCESS?
(T.R.F)
TRANSMIT(SEND)
RETRIEVE(DECODE)
FEEDBACK
5 FACTORS MUST BE CONSIDERED IN PLANNING INSTRUCTION DELIVERY?
(G.I.R.A.F.)
GRAMMER
INFLECTION
RATE OF SPEECH
ARTICULATION OF VOICE
FORCE (OF DELIVERY)
IMPORTANCE OF BODY MOVEMENT?
BODY MOVEMENT REINFORCES, EMPHASIZES, AND CLARIFIES VERBALLY EXPRESSED IDEAS.
4 PURPOSES OF ORAL QUESTIONING
(F.A.D.S.)
-Focuses attention
-Arouses interest in subject matter
-Drills students on subj matter
-Stimulates students to think
Characteristics of a good oral question.
(C.L.U.)
Clarity of Meaning
Level of instruction
Use of an interrogative
Types of Oral questions?
(MY CLIFT RR)
Mutiple answer
Yes/No
Canvassing
Leading
Interest arousing
Factual Question
Thought provoking
Redirect and reverse
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
MUTILPLE?
Has more then 1 correct answer. Increase stu participation.
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
YES/NO?
Can be used to arouse interest
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
CANVASSING?
Determines how many stu may already be familiar with the subj matter
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
LEADING?
suggests its own answer
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
INTEREST AROUSING?
Used to focus stu attention
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
FACTUAL?
Asks for specific info
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
THOUGHT PROVOKING?
Stimulates stu thinking
TYPES OF ORAL QUESTIONS AND PURPOSE:
REDIRECT AND REVERSE?
Increase class involvement and provide recognition for stu answering questions.
5 step questioning technique?
(A.P.P.L.E)
ASK
PAUSE
PICK
LISTEN
EMPHASIZE CORRECT ANSWER
7 INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS?
LECTURE
LECTURE W/ AUDIO VISUAL
LESSON
DEMO
ROLE PLAYING
CASE STUDY
DISCUSSION
WHAT ARE THE 3 PARTS OF A LEARNING OBJECTIVE
(B.C.S.)
BEHAVIOR
CONDITION
STANDARD
DISCUSS EACH PART OF A L.O.
"BEHAVIOR"
STU WILL BE ABLE TO DO AS A RESULT OF A LEARNING EXPERIENCE. Consist of SUBJ/OBJECT/VERB
DISCUSS EACH PART OF A L.O.
"CONDITION"
AIDING AND LIMITIING FACTORS IMPOSED UPON THE STU IN SATISFYING THE PERFORMANCE REQ OF THE OBJECTIVE. From memory if not specified TLO.
DISCUSS EACH PART OF A L.O.
"STANDARD"
What degree of proficiency will be required to perform the behavior 100% if not stated in the TLO.
3 learning domains?
(C.A.P.)
Cognitive domain
Affective Domain
Psychomotor Domain
Learning domains:
How many categories with in Congnitive domain?
6levels in order
knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation
Learning domains:
How many levels within Psychomotor domain?
3 levels
perception, set, guided response,
2 methods of testing and their importance?
Knowledge
Performance
Explain KNOWLEDGE method of testing?
Measure the achievement of obj thru the use of items written at the appropriate learning level
Explain Performance method of testing?
Measure skills acquisition by having the stu demo specific behaviors defined by LO.
5 learning levels a knowledge test item may test.
K1-RECOGNITION
K2-RECAL
K3-COMPREHENSION
K4-APPLICATION
K5-ANALYSIS/EVALUATION
DIFFERNT TYPES OF PERFORMANCE TEST?
PRODUCT
PROCESS
COMBINATION
Primary materials used in presenting instruction?
Lesson Plan
Instruction Sheets
Instructional Media/visual
Purpose of Instructional Media Materials (IMM)?
Increase Student:
-Understanding
-interest and motivation
-retention
-uniformity of training
2 types of instructor evaluations?
Classroom and Laboratory
Classroom eval 4 major categories?
Intro
Presentation
Student/Instr interaction
Summary
Laboratory eval 4 major categories?
Intro
Presentation
Student/Instr interaction
Summary