Flashcards in IFSTA, Instructor Deck (114):
The three types of domains of learning include the following.
Cognitive, psychomotor and affective
______ is the consistent way a person gathers and processes information.
_______ are ways of organizing information that best fits the way students process information.
When should instructors acknowledge that they are unprepared to teach a topic?
For the new instructor, what is the best way to present an organized presentation?
Practice the presentation
_____ ensures that the presented information flows in a logical and understandable stream.
Transfer of knowledge is...
Professional behavior means...
Being a role model
Possessing a desires to teach affects...
Performance and motivation
To be an effective instructor you must be a...
A well-organized and prepared instructor can also manage...
Evaluating performance against an established objective standard is...
Laws arranged systematically pertaining to one subject area...
Right and proper conduct for an individual in an organization or society is...
Code of ethics
Using the five senses of learning, which one takes in the most information?
Cone of learning, hearing is what percentage?
What is the art of teaching adults?
Practicing and maintaining skills for performance is...
Domains of learning are cognitive, psychomotor and...
Which domain of learning do you gain an understanding about a topic?
Who are the first agents of affective behavioral changes in an organization?
Organizing information to best fit the way students process it is...
To teach a new topic, an instructor first must gain...
Procurement, distribution, maintenance and replacement of materials and personnel are...
Information presented that flows in a logical and understandable pattern...
Information that is accurate and maintains the same level of learning throughout a class...
The cognitive, psycho motor and effective domains are the ______ of learning.
What, how and why
_____ is using a step by step thinking process that has both a beginning and end.
The content of training aids instructors use should reinforce.
By using _____ instructors expose students to different and possibly more successful ways of learning.
Variety of Teaching Methods
Instructors should get to know their students because ______ may hinder their success in a course.
Life Experiences and Responsibilities
This generation thrives on feedback, prefers to work independently and is accustomed to change.
The three parts of the domain of learning are cognitive, psycho manor and ______.
Reports are generally in _______ format and typed.
Which of the following records provide evidence that an individual has completed a specific number of hours of training?
All training records can be subpoenaed under the...
U.S. Freedom of Information Act
The report narrative should be...
Which of the following has all the information relating to the report?
Which of the following summarizes the main points?
Which of the following answers the questions who, what, where, when and why?
Which of the following states that the more an act is practiced, the faster and surer the learning becomes?
Which of the following is the first step lesson in lesson plan creation?
Identify the expected learning outcomes
Which of the following statements about learning objectives is MOST accurate?
They must be specific, detailed and measurable
In which of the following levels of learning in the cognitive domain do students recall and recognize previously learned facts and theories?
In which of the following levels of learning in the cognitive domain do students put parts together to forms new whole?
In which of the psychomotor levels of learning do students witness the motor activity as the instructor demonstrates it?
In which if the psychomotor levels of learning do students practice the activity until the steps become habit?
Which of the following statements is about small group discussions is MOST accurate?
The instructor is NOT a part of the group
What do lesson plan evaluations provide?
Which of the following is used to help determine how a effective a lesson plan has been?
Both student and instructor evaluations
Which of the following consists of assignments that students will complete during class?
Teaching from a newly developed lesson plan is no different than teaching from...
A previously prepared lesson plan
_____ is the transfer of knowledge regarding vocational or technical skills.
A characteristic of a effective instructor would include which of the following?
Instructors can improve teaching skills only though experience, study and _____.
Effective leaders are first effective ______.
Instructors must have strong interpersonal skills that include clarity, sensitivity and _______.
When working with students with learning disabilities, having ______ is especially important.
The ultimate role of the instructor is to...
Provide efficient and safe training opportunities
A _____ is a local law that apply to the persons, things or activities that the instructor must follow in that particular jurisdiction.
_____ is a statement of what is an individual's proper conduct in their activities within the organization.
Code of Ethics
When using a sensory-stimulus approach to learning, _____ take in the most information.
The code of learning illustrates that individuals retain about _____ precent of what they read.
In the cone of learning, students retain _____ percent of what they away and perform.
The cone of instruction proves that the more _____ done, the more information that is remembered.
A ______ is an instructional device or tool that establishes the steps that an instructor will take to complete the various objectives and ultimate goal of the course.
________ are descriptions of the minimum acceptable behaviors that student to must display by the end of an instructional period.
A _________ is a list of information, skills or previous requirements that students must have completed or mastered before entering a course of starring a lesson.
In the four-step method of instruction, how many parts does the preparation step consist of?
What is the purpose of the preparation step in the four-step method of instruction?
To prepare the instructor to teach and the students to learn
What step in the four-step method of instruction does most of the learning take place?
What action should be taken when an instructor is put in the position of walking into the classroom with little opportunity for preparation?
Make the class a discovery zone where everyone learns something
When instructors disagree on a particular fact, they should ______.
Resolve it at this time and not in front of the students
Frequent rest breaks usually are _____ to _____ minutes of instruction.
What are the types of instructor-led presentations?
Lecture, Illustrated lecture, Discussion, Demonstration, Multiple Instructors
What type of instructor-led presentation has a disadvantage of one-way communication and lack of student feedback?
___________ is a presentation method that provides information directed toward the student's senses of sight and hearing.
In the __________, the demonstration is used to illustrate a concept that students are not expected to perform.
In the ________, the demonstration is used to illustrate modeling; that is, how to perform a task that students are expected to learn and repeat in the application step of the four-step instructional method.
To use the demonstration method effectively, instructors should follow a list of guidelines which are divided into the two critical areas of _______ and _______.
Preparing for a demonstration and demonstrating the skill
________ provides students with a exposure to a wide variety of teaching methods and skills training.
When using technology-based training, the instructor must remember that _______ skills-based do not lead themselves easily to this type of teaching.
__________ techniques consist of interpersonal and oral communications skills and the display of attitude and values.
Oral presentations generally consist of these three parts: ______, _______ and _______.
Introduction, body, summary/closure/conclusion
What two methods can instructors apply in order to reinforce learning?
Repetition and behavioral reinforcement
What is considered the road map that guides the instructor through the topic and the instructional methods used to teach the topic?
These laws protect artists, photographers and authors and give then exclusive rights to publish their works or determine who may publish or reproduce them?
______ are the stepping stones the instructor needs to address in order to reach the learning outcome.
These materials can provide real world example of lesson topics on the topics the instructor is presenting?
These types of models are great value when students are learning how the inner workings of mechanical systems operate?
Audio recording, moulage kits and chalk boards are all examples of what type of valuable instructor resources?
Railcars, motor vehicles or forcible entry simulators are all examples of what type of valuable instructional resources?
What NFPA standard is a guideline for live fire training evaluations?
What type of fire service training is considered to be the most hazardous?
What is the first responsibility of all fire or EMS instructors?
Safety of students
What must an instructor do before a training facility, prop or tool is used for hands on training scenario?
After an instructor has explained a technique or skill, what must the instructor do next to help the learning process?
Instructor performs skill
If a student performs a skill poorly, makes an error or violates a safety protocol when must the instructor stop the evolution and explain to the student what they are doing wrong?
What is the last step in the four-step method of instructor?
These types of tests evaluate is the student has successfully accomplished learning the objectives of the course?
These types of tests measure the student's ability to perform skills and tasks as they would on the job?
If students form different ethnic backgrounds or gender with the same ability level or untimely score different on a test. The test is considered to be what?
Formative tests typically help the instructor determine what about the students they are instructing?
At what point during a course are prescriptive tests given?
What type of test is used at the end of a course to measure the knowledge of a students?
What is the most important characteristic associated with being an effective educator?
Desire to teach
The sensory-stimulus theory approach to learning emphasizes that the sense of ______ takes in the most information.
The cone of learning illustrates that individuals retain approximately 50% of the information by...
Hearing and seeing
The cone of learning illustrates that the highest level of remembering occurs when an individual performs a task while ______?
Saying and performing
When motivation is _____ it may be perceived as a negative requirement by the student.
When generation group prefers to work independently with minimal supervisor?
By using a variety of _____, instructors expose students to different and possibly more successful ways of learning.
Skills and activities should be planned around the ____ way of performing them.