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Purpose of using Instructional Media Material (IMM)?
Student understanding, interest, retention

Adds motivation, uniformity
Six key principles to applying motivation theory in a training situation.
Needs and Drives-Desire to belong to a group

Achivement-Desire to obtain a goal

Attitude positive Att. promotes learning

Values -Allign with the navys

Intrest-View activities as worthwile

Incentives -rewards stimulate motivation
NAAVII
Five factors considered in planning instructional delivery?
Articulation - simple words

Grammar - correct usage

Rate of speech

Inflection-change pitch/tone

Force - adding emphasis
AGRIF
Five learning senses in order of importance
Sight (75% of basic learning)

Hearing

Touch -Major factor when used with other senses

Taste & Smell
Primary material used in presenting instruction?
I.G.-proper sequence/depth

Instruction sheet- give Info/direction

IMM
CLO VS. TLO
C.L.O. skills and knowledge required in a job

T.O. performance expected as the result of training
The single most important factor in a students educational advancement is …….
MOTIVATION
Instructors Responsibilities to Students, Safety, Security, and Curriculum
Students-teach effectivly
-set pos example
-resolve conflict

Security-Do not discuss CLASSIFIED material in excess of course
-Account for all CLASS materials

Traning safety- set example/teach safety

Curriculum- current and accurate
Four purposes of a good oral question?
STIMULATE students thinking

FOCUS attention upon a particular area

AROUSE interest

DRILL students on subject matter
Types of oral questions?
FACTUAL asks for specific info

THOUGHT PROVOKING stimulate thinking

INTREST AROUSING think about subj.

MULTI ANSWER increase participation -think about other student answers

LEADING Suggest its own answer

CANVASSING Determines class level

Yes/No LEAD INTO OTHER Q'S
Purpose of the Navy Training System?
what to train and how to train
Purpose of body movement?
It reinforces, emphasizes and clarifies verbally expressed ideas.
TLO’s VS. EO’s
T.L.O. supports CLO's

E.O. behavior to be exhibited under certain conditions
five techniques to assist in developing motivational strategies for instruction?
MAKE SUBJ INTERESTING

ESTABLISH GOALS (from clo's)

POSITIVE FEEDBACK helps achieve standards, corrects deficiencies

SHOW INTREST concern

ENCOURAGE PARTICIPATION draw students into lesson
MEPSE
Why is listening one of the most important communication skills?
It demands concentration and attention for understanding
Four learning styles? What %?
Abstract = 20% BOOK SMART

Abstract and reflective = 50% FILM

Abstract, reflective, and concrete = 70% (ARC) DEMO

Abstract, reflective, concrete, and active = 90% LAB
ARCA
5-step questioning technique?
Ask the question
Pause
Pick student by name
Listen to answer
Emphasize or clarify
Five learning levels a knowledge test item may test?
RECOGNITION -Verbatim identification

RECALL -Remembering verbatim

COMPREHENSION -not by memory

APPLICATION -Use of knowledge in job-related situation

ANALYSIS -Understanding information
Five laws of learning?
Readiness

Effect

Primacy

Intensity

Exercise
Three parts of a learning objective?
BEHAVIOR student accomplishment after training

CONDITION Aiding/Limiting factors

STANDARD Criteria performance must meet
Barriers to effective communication?
Lack of common core knowledge

Overuses of abstractions/acronyms

Fear

Environmental Factors
LOFE
Five different ways of learning?
TRIAL AND ERROR

IMITATION

TRANSFER

INSIGHT

ASSOCIATION
Five instructional methods?
Lecture
Lecture with audio/visual
lesson
Demonstration
Discussion
Role Play
Case Study
Six characteristics all students posses?
MATURITY Treat students as adults

SUCCEED no one wants to fail

EVALUATE quick to form opinions

FALLIBILITY know they can make mistakes or fail

FAIR PLAY Treat all students the same

RECOGNITION want to be rewarded for accomplishments
Characteristics of a good oral question?
LEVEL OF INSTRUCTION Use simple words, correct grammar, and complete sentences

USE OF INTERROGATIVES Use interrogatory words at the beginning of each question. (What)

CLAIRITY OF MEANING Avoid trick questions
Different types of performance test?
Process-step by step procedures required for the product

Product- observable results, something seen or touched (PROCESS NOT IMPORTANT)

Combination- observable product w/step by step procedures leading to the result
two types of instructor evaluations?
Technical

Technique
Most Essential Single Link in the Training Chain?
INSTRUCTOR
three parts of a communication process?
Send the message

Receive the message

Feedback- ensures clarity
Three Qualities of an Efficient and Effective Instructor?
Knowledge -in depth

Ability -lead motivate teach

Personality -professional interesting
Ultimate goal of instruction?
Keep students motivated beyond the instructors influence
Apply what students have learned on the job
Two methods of testing?
Knowledge Test- Measures achievement of objectives

Performance Test- Measures skills
Process of Identifying Training Requirements for Naval Personnel?
determine fleet’s need for particular job skill.

Are their enough people to perform OJT?

if not

provide formal training.
Three learning domains?
Cognitive

Affective

Psychomotor