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101.1 State the manual numbers and titles in the current and proposed NAVEDTRA 130 series manuals.
a. NAVEDTRA 130A - TASKED BASED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT MANUAL
b. NAVEDTRA 131A - PERSONNEL PERFORMANCE PROFILE BASED CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT MANUAL
c. NAVEDTRA 134 - NAVY INSTRUCTOR MANUAL
d. NAVEDTRA 135B - NAVY SCHOOL MANAGEMENT MANUAL
101.2 List the responsibility of Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
Strive to continuously “improve the quality of our military and civilian work force
101.2 List the responsibility of Chief of Naval Education and Training (CNET)
Provide education and training that ensures leadership is a fundamental attribute of the Navy professional.
Ensure that training is conducted in an economical and effective manner, with special emphasis on responsiveness to fleet training requirements.
Approve Training Project Plans
101.2 List the responsibility of Local Training Authority (LTA)
CNET’s direct representative in assisting the fleet in obtaining training necessary to accomplish their mission.
101.2 List the responsibility of Curriculum Control Authority (CCA)
Monitor milestones for curriculum development and revision efforts.
Make recommendations to CNET regarding changes in training syllabi and training methods necessary for effective accomplishment of assigned mission and functions.
101.2 List the responsibility of Course Curriculum Model Manager (CCMM)
assigned the responsibility for developing, revising and maintaining a course of instruction.
101.2 List the responsibility of Participating Activities
Provide the CCMM assistance in developing and revising curricula.
Maintain a master copy of all training materials
Conduct formal course reviews
101.3 Describe the "A" class of specialized training
Class "A" School - Provides the basic knowledge and skills required to prepare for rating entry-level performance.
101.3 Describe the "C" class of specialized training
Class "C" School - Provides advanced specialized training required to fill a particular billet. Awards an NEC or MOS.
101.3 Describe the "F" class of specialized training
Class "F" School – Provides individual functional skill or rating specific training as required by Fleet or Type Commander. No NEC awarded
101.4 State the 3 minimum requirements (for all courses) for instructor certification.
Complete the activity’s Instructor Indoctrination Training
Practice teach
Receive satisfactory evaluations on a minimum of two separate presentations
101.5 How often is training on safety required for all staff?
Quarterly
101.6 Discuss the categories of attrition. (Now called Academic drop or Non-academic drop).
Academic Attrition-result of an ARB action.
Non-academic Attrition-ARB is not required
101.7 When are Academic Review Boards (ARBs) required?
When a student's course average falls below the minimum passing grade.
When a student is unable to achieve the objectives after counseling, remediation, retesting and an initial academic setback.
When a student’s performance is below the expected academic progress.
When a student fails to achieve the objectives after an academic setback on those same objectives.
101.8 What grade will be assigned to a retest if a student passes the material retested?
The minimum passing grade.
101.9 State the 6 phases of the curriculum development/revision process.
(PADDIE)
Plan
Analyze
Design
Develop
Implement
Evaluate
01.10 Who determines what standard will be used for a curriculum revision?
The Curriculum Control Authority (CCA)
101.11 Who is responsible for maintaining a course audit trail? A master record?
The Course Curriculum Model Manager (CCMM) maintains the course audit trail.
The Curriculum and Instructional Standards Office (CISO) shall maintain the master record.
101.12 Explain briefly the two purposes of Instructor Evaluations.
To provide feedback to instructors on their teaching techniques
To ensure continuous technical qualifications
101.13 The student critique program is divided into what three areas?
(ICQ)
Instructor Critiques
Course Critiques
Quality of Life Critiques
101.14 State how often a Formal Course Review (FCR) will normally be conducted.
Annual, Biannual, or Triennial as determined by the Curriculum Control Authority (CCA).
Shall not exceed three years.
101.15 Name five types of tests.
(Q-COPP)
Pretest
Progress Test
Comprehensive Test
Quiz
Oral Test
101.16 The evaluation of the classroom instructor is divided into what four areas?
Introduction
Presentation
Instructor/Student Interaction
Summary
101.17 The evaluation of a laboratory instructor is divided into what four areas?
Introduction
Presentation
Instructor/Student Interaction
Summary
101.18 Name the Appendices found in the NAVEDTRA 135A.
Appendix A: Formal Training Course Titles, Descriptions, and Training Paths for Instructors
Appendix B: Training Analysis Checklist
Appendix C: Testing Programs
Appendix D: Classroom Evaluation Procedures
Appendix E: Laboratory Evaluation Procedures
Appendix F: Student Critique Forms
Appendix G: Safety Review Checklist
Appendix H: Formal Course Review Program
Appendix I: NITRAS Formulas
Appendix J: Glossary