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The three types of domains of learning include the following.

Cognitive, psychomotor and affective

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______ is the consistent way a person gathers and processes information.

Learning styles

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_______ are ways of organizing information that best fits the way students process information.

Instructional strategies

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When should instructors acknowledge that they are unprepared to teach a topic?

Never

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For the new instructor, what is the best way to present an organized presentation?

Practice the presentation

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_____ ensures that the presented information flows in a logical and understandable stream.

Continuity

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Transfer of knowledge is...

Training

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Professional behavior means...

Being a role model

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Possessing a desires to teach affects...

Performance and motivation

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To be an effective instructor you must be a...

Effective leader

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A well-organized and prepared instructor can also manage...

Time efficiently

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Evaluating performance against an established objective standard is...

Fairness

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Laws arranged systematically pertaining to one subject area...

Codes

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Right and proper conduct for an individual in an organization or society is...

Code of ethics

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Using the five senses of learning, which one takes in the most information?

Seeing

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Cone of learning, hearing is what percentage?

20

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What is the art of teaching adults?

Andragogy

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Practicing and maintaining skills for performance is...

Qualifications

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Domains of learning are cognitive, psychomotor and...

Affective

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Which domain of learning do you gain an understanding about a topic?

Cognitive

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Who are the first agents of affective behavioral changes in an organization?

Instructors

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Organizing information to best fit the way students process it is...

Instructional strategies

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To teach a new topic, an instructor first must gain...

Thorough knowledge

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Procurement, distribution, maintenance and replacement of materials and personnel are...

Logistics

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Information presented that flows in a logical and understandable pattern...

Continuity

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Information that is accurate and maintains the same level of learning throughout a class...

Course consistency

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The cognitive, psycho motor and effective domains are the ______ of learning.

What, how and why

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_____ is using a step by step thinking process that has both a beginning and end.

Linear

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The content of training aids instructors use should reinforce.

Learning Objectives

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By using _____ instructors expose students to different and possibly more successful ways of learning.

Variety of Teaching Methods

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Instructors should get to know their students because ______ may hinder their success in a course.

Life Experiences and Responsibilities

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This generation thrives on feedback, prefers to work independently and is accustomed to change.

Generation X

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The three parts of the domain of learning are cognitive, psycho manor and ______.

Affective

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Reports are generally in _______ format and typed.

Essay

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Which of the following records provide evidence that an individual has completed a specific number of hours of training?

Attendance

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All training records can be subpoenaed under the...

U.S. Freedom of Information Act

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The report narrative should be...

Simple

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Which of the following has all the information relating to the report?

Body

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Which of the following summarizes the main points?

Conclusion

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Which of the following answers the questions who, what, where, when and why?

Body

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Which of the following states that the more an act is practiced, the faster and surer the learning becomes?

Exercise

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Which of the following is the first step lesson in lesson plan creation?

Identify the expected learning outcomes

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Which of the following statements about learning objectives is MOST accurate?

They must be specific, detailed and measurable

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In which of the following levels of learning in the cognitive domain do students recall and recognize previously learned facts and theories?

Remember

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In which of the following levels of learning in the cognitive domain do students put parts together to forms new whole?

Create

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In which of the psychomotor levels of learning do students witness the motor activity as the instructor demonstrates it?

Observation

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In which if the psychomotor levels of learning do students practice the activity until the steps become habit?

Performance

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Which of the following statements is about small group discussions is MOST accurate?

The instructor is NOT a part of the group

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What do lesson plan evaluations provide?

Feedback

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Which of the following is used to help determine how a effective a lesson plan has been?

Both student and instructor evaluations

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Which of the following consists of assignments that students will complete during class?

Worksheet

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Teaching from a newly developed lesson plan is no different than teaching from...

A previously prepared lesson plan

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_____ is the transfer of knowledge regarding vocational or technical skills.

Training

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A characteristic of a effective instructor would include which of the following?

Motivation

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Instructors can improve teaching skills only though experience, study and _____.

Personal Development

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Effective leaders are first effective ______.

Followers

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Instructors must have strong interpersonal skills that include clarity, sensitivity and _______.

Fairness

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When working with students with learning disabilities, having ______ is especially important.

Empathy

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The ultimate role of the instructor is to...

Provide efficient and safe training opportunities

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A _____ is a local law that apply to the persons, things or activities that the instructor must follow in that particular jurisdiction.

Ordinances

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_____ is a statement of what is an individual's proper conduct in their activities within the organization.

Code of Ethics

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When using a sensory-stimulus approach to learning, _____ take in the most information.

Sight

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The code of learning illustrates that individuals retain about _____ precent of what they read.

10%

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In the cone of learning, students retain _____ percent of what they away and perform.

90%

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The cone of instruction proves that the more _____ done, the more information that is remembered.

Senses used

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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.

Lesson plan

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________ are descriptions of the minimum acceptable behaviors that student to must display by the end of an instructional period.

Learning objectives

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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.

Prerequisite

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In the four-step method of instruction, how many parts does the preparation step consist of?

2

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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

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What step in the four-step method of instruction does most of the learning take place?

Application

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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

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When instructors disagree on a particular fact, they should ______.

Resolve it at this time and not in front of the students

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Frequent rest breaks usually are _____ to _____ minutes of instruction.

45, 50

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What are the types of instructor-led presentations?

Lecture, Illustrated lecture, Discussion, Demonstration, Multiple Instructors

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What type of instructor-led presentation has a disadvantage of one-way communication and lack of student feedback?

Lecture

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___________ is a presentation method that provides information directed toward the student's senses of sight and hearing.

Illustrated Lecture

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In the __________, the demonstration is used to illustrate a concept that students are not expected to perform.

Cognitive domain

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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.

Psychomotor domain

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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

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________ provides students with a exposure to a wide variety of teaching methods and skills training.

Multiple instructors

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When using technology-based training, the instructor must remember that _______ skills-based do not lead themselves easily to this type of teaching.

Psychomotor

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__________ techniques consist of interpersonal and oral communications skills and the display of attitude and values.

Presentation

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Oral presentations generally consist of these three parts: ______, _______ and _______.

Introduction, body, summary/closure/conclusion

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What two methods can instructors apply in order to reinforce learning?

Repetition and behavioral reinforcement

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What is considered the road map that guides the instructor through the topic and the instructional methods used to teach the topic?

Lesson plans

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These laws protect artists, photographers and authors and give then exclusive rights to publish their works or determine who may publish or reproduce them?

Copyright

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______ are the stepping stones the instructor needs to address in order to reach the learning outcome.

Learning objectives

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These materials can provide real world example of lesson topics on the topics the instructor is presenting?

Resource

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These types of models are great value when students are learning how the inner workings of mechanical systems operate?

Cutaway

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Audio recording, moulage kits and chalk boards are all examples of what type of valuable instructor resources?

Training aids

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Railcars, motor vehicles or forcible entry simulators are all examples of what type of valuable instructional resources?

Training props

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What NFPA standard is a guideline for live fire training evaluations?

1403

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What type of fire service training is considered to be the most hazardous?

Live-fire training

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What is the first responsibility of all fire or EMS instructors?

Safety of students

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What must an instructor do before a training facility, prop or tool is used for hands on training scenario?

Inspect

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After an instructor has explained a technique or skill, what must the instructor do next to help the learning process?

Instructor performs skill

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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?

Immediately

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What is the last step in the four-step method of instructor?

Evaluation

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These types of tests evaluate is the student has successfully accomplished learning the objectives of the course?

Written

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These types of tests measure the student's ability to perform skills and tasks as they would on the job?

Performance

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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?

Biased

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Formative tests typically help the instructor determine what about the students they are instructing?

Progress

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At what point during a course are prescriptive tests given?

Beginning

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What type of test is used at the end of a course to measure the knowledge of a students?

Summative

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What is the most important characteristic associated with being an effective educator?

Desire to teach

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The sensory-stimulus theory approach to learning emphasizes that the sense of ______ takes in the most information.

Sight

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The cone of learning illustrates that individuals retain approximately 50% of the information by...

Hearing and seeing

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The cone of learning illustrates that the highest level of remembering occurs when an individual performs a task while ______?

Saying and performing

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When motivation is _____ it may be perceived as a negative requirement by the student.

Forced

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When generation group prefers to work independently with minimal supervisor?

Gen-X

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By using a variety of _____, instructors expose students to different and possibly more successful ways of learning.

Teaching methods

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Skills and activities should be planned around the ____ way of performing them.

Safest

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When should instructors resolve a disagreement on a particular fact?

During planning meeting