Flashcards in Section 1 Deck (30)
State the purpose of the Navy Training System
To ensure a systematic approach for determining what to train and how best to accomplish that training.
What is the most essential, single link on the training chain?
-Present knowledge and skills
State the three qualities of an efficient and effective instructor.
Knowledge: be familiar with subject.
Ability: 2 types...leadership and instructional
Personality: Character traits
Responsibilities as an instructor.
-Students: teach effectively, set good example
-Training safety: demonstrate safety
-Security: never discuss classified material.
-Curriculum: currency and accuracy
List the four principles of John Keller's model of motivation.
Attention: first step...sea stories
Relevance: connects learning to job
Confidence: set challenging yet achievable goals
Satisfaction: create opportunities for success.
List and discuss the key principles for applying motivation theory in a training situation.
Values, Attitude, and previous experience
State the ultimate goal of instruction.
Cause students to remain motivated beyond the instructors influence and apply what they have learned on the job.
State the six laws of learning.
Readiness: physically, mentally, emotionally ready.
Exercise: Practice makes perfect/permanent.
Effect: Learning is more effective when reward follows.
Primacy: First instructional event creates strongest impression.
Intensity: If stimulus is real, learning is more likely to occur.
State the five different ways of learning.
Imitation: be a role model
Trial and error: Learning by doing
Association: Compare post and new learning
Insight: understanding the whole is more than the sum
Transfer: Applying past learning to new situation.
Discuss how motivation affects student learning.
Perhaps the single most important factor in a students educational advancement.
State the types of sensory learners.
Visual: 75% of basic learning
Auditory: second most important
Kinesthetic: Hands-on learning
State the four basic learning styles.
Concrete experience: experienced based approach.
Abstract: theory based analytical approach.
Reflective: observe and reflect.
Active: learning by becoming involved.
Discuss the barriers of effective communication.
Lack of common core experience
Overuse of Abstractions
State the purpose of an effective communication process.
Communication is the exchange of thoughts, opinions, and information, through speech, writing, nonverbal ques, signs, and images. The communication process consists of a sender, a message, a delivery vehicle, and a receiver.
Discus the importance of listening communication skills.
-One of the most important communication skills.
-Active process of hearing and understanding.
Describe six verbal skill factors that must be considered in planning instructional delivery.
Rate of Speech
State the importance of body movement as an important part of successful communication.
Reinforces, emphasizes, and clarifies verbally expressed ideas.
State the four purposes of oral questioning.
Stimulate the students to think
State the characterizes of a good oral question.
Level of instruction: use simple words and proper grammar.
Use of interrogative: 5 W's (who....)
Clarity of meaning: keep 1 thought. avoid catch or trick questions.
Discuss the types of oral questions and their purpose.
Factual/Close-ended: asks specific information
Thought provoking/open-ended: stimulates students to think.
Interest-Arousing: focuses attention
Multiple answer: generate a high interest level.
Closed yes/no: answer yes or no
Leading: help student work through questions.
List the five-step questioning technique.
P: Pick student to answer
E: Emphasize the correct answer
List different instructional methods.
Lecture, case study, role playing, facilitation, blended learning, distance learning, team dimensional training.
State and discuss the three elements of a learning objective.
Discuss two methods of testing.
Knowledge tests and Performance tests
Explain the six major categories of Bloom's "Taxonomy of Educational Objectives"
Knowledge : Level 1
What are the different types of performance tests?
Process and Product
List the primary materials used in presenting instruction.
Lesson plan, Instruction sheets, Instructional media material.
Discuss the following as an instructor: Equal Opp. Core Values, Sexual harassment, and Diversity
Equal Employment Opportunity: provides equal opportunity to serve in leadership roles.
Navy Core Values: Serve as a role model
Sexual Harassment: maintain proper student/instructor relationship.
Diversity: Different characteristics and attributes that enhance the mission.
Discuss the instructor qualification process.
Learning centers will direct a formal process to certify new instructors in two areas...instructional technique and technical knowledge.