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1

What is the purpose of the Navy's training system?

to ensure a systematic approach for determining what to train and how best to accomplish that training

2

What is the most essential, single link in the training chain?

The instructor

3

Why is the instructor the most important link in the training chain?

the instructor must simplify the learning process for students of varied backgrounds and experiences

4

What are the three professional qualities of an efficient and effective instructor?

Knowledge, ability and personality

5

What are the two types of ability the instructor should have?

Leadership and instructional

6

Skills such as planning and organizing, optimizing the use of resources, delegating authority, monitoring progress and results, disciplining and rewarding reflect what professional qualities of the instructor?

leadership ability.

7

what instructional quality can be defined as the pattern of collective character, behavioral, temperamental, emotional and mental traits of an individual?

Personality

8

List way you can display a professional attitude towards others?

If you don't know the answer admit it
Keep your remarks professional and appropriate
Be patient
Maintain rapport with students
Treat students with respect

9

What are the instructors broad responsibilities?

Students
Safety
Security
Curriculum

10

________ often has a greater impact on students than do your ________.

behavior, words

11

List the terms related to the instructors responsibilities in regards to curriculum

curriculum
surveillance
Interim change
change
technical change
Revision

12

What term can be described as all training conducted within a school, outlined into specific topics, along with detailed objectives?

curriculum

13

What is a process that provides ongoing evaluation of training or training materials to ensure continued effectiveness and currency of content to meet the training requirements?

Surveillance

14

What term defines a minor change to correct editorial and typographical errors, teachability, safety, or urgent type commander issued subjects?

Interim change

15

What term describes a modification to training materials that does not affect course objectives, increase course length, or require additional resources?

Change

16

What term describes a change to a tactical or training unique equipment or documentation.

Technical change

17

What term describes a change to any course length/terminal objective, an increase in course length, or any changes that requires additional resources?

Revision

18

What are the four principles of John Keller's model of motivational theory?

Confidence
Attention
Relevance
Satisfaction

19

Which of Keller's principles is being met when an instructor uses vivid descriptions of relevant sea stories or questions posed directly to the learner?

attracting attention

20

Which of Keller's principles motivates trainees by connecting what they are learning to what they will be doing on the job?

Relevance

21

What are some way's instructors can build the confidence of their trainees?

setting challenging but achievable goals and helping trainees become aware of the relationship between effort and success

22

What are some way's instructors can increase learners satisfaction?

creating opportunities for them to succeed, maintaining high standards and recognizing students attainment of those standards

23

List the key principle motivational theories in a training situation

Needs, drives
Interest
Values, attitudes and previous experiences
Attitudes
Incentives
Achievement

24

What is described as deficit or lack that causes a desire for satisfaction?

Need

25

What term refers to a person's view of an activity as worthwhile or enjoyable for its own sake?

Interest

26

What term consists of feelings for or against people, objects or ideas?

Attitudes

27

What is the ultimate goal of instruction?

cause the students to remain motivated beyond the instructors influence and apply what they learned on the job

28

What are the six laws of learning?

Law of readiness
Law of exercise
Law of effect
Law of primacy
Law of intensity
Law of recency

29

Which law of learning states students learn best when they are physically, mentally, and emotionally ready to learn?

Law of readiness

30

What law of learning states that practice makes permanent and perfect?

Law of Exercise

31

Which law of learning will always be much more effective when a feeling of satisfaction, pleasantness, or reward accompanies or is a result of the learning process?

Law of effect

32

Which law of learning states that the first instructional event often creates a strong, almost unshakeable, impression on the learner?

Law of Primacy

33

Which law of learning states that if the stimulus is real, a change in behavior is far more likely to occur?

Law of intensity

34

Which law of learning states that all things being equal, the things learned last will be best remembered?

Law or Recency

35

What are the five different ways of learning?

Association
Trial and error
Imitation
Transfer
Insight