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What are the 6 phases of CFITES?
What 3 are we, as instructors, involved in?
- Analysis, Design, Development, Conduct, Evaluation, Validation
- Design, Conduct, Evaluation
Training Docs (Who is responsible) ?
- 2 CAD
- Training units/OTUs
What is the responsibility of the instructor?
To assist the student in acquiring the knowledge, attitude and skills to successfully meet the POs.
What are the Principles of Instruction? (ICEPAC)
Define Developmental teaching
Information should be extracted from the student, exploiting their knowledge. Effective learning is not the result of monologue from the instructor; it is a result of a dialogue with the student
What are the Laws of Learning (Perrier)
What are the four Learning Patterns? (GRATE)
- Rote Learning
- Trial and Error
Transfer of Learning (MERC)
Types of Instructional Methods (7)
- Developmental Lessons
- Case Studies
- Guided Discussions
- Tutorial Method
- Independent Study
Purpose of Questions?
- Stimulate Mental Activity
- Evaluate Learning
- Arouse and Maintain Interest
- Teach Problem Solving Skill
- Guide and Provoke Thought
- Control the Lesson
Types of Questions ?
Verbal Support involves CREST, What is CREST?
Good Questioning technique uses?
Pose, Pause, Pounce
Test can be either:
- Norm Referenced. Results compared to other students; or
- Criterion based. Results compared to a standard.
Tests can be used for two types of assessment:
- Formative. To check progress
- Summative. To check terminal performance.
Validity of Tests can be assessed using? (CORRD)
Board Briefs use AMOL, AMOL stands for?
Common Briefing Errors (7)
- Inadequate motivation of the Instructor
- Poor student participation
- Failure to address common student errors
- Briefings are too long
- Poor planning and timing
- Inaccurate lesson material
- Weak conclusions
The purpose of performance monitoring?
Allow the training establishment to keep track of student progress. This allows the instructional staff to anticipate and, when possible, correct any deficiencies before they become unmanageable.
Student was not capable of completing the task. Student required verbal and/or physical assistance to avoid making major errors. Further instruction is required.
Student completed the task but required verbal and/or minor physical assistance to avoid making major errors. Further practice is required
Student completed the task, making only minor errors. Student required minimal verbal cues to analyze and/or correct errors.
Student completed the task without assistance, making only minor errors. Student was able to self-analyze and correct errors.
Student completed the task without assistance and without error.
Common Rating Errors
- Central Tendency
- Logical Error
- Halo Effect
- Narrow Criterion
- Delayed Grading
What is the purpose of a debrief?
Improve student performance by providing them with specific feedback on their performance and specific suggestions for improving performance.
Format of a Debrief
- Areas for improvement
Four negative types of body language.
Purpose of student counselling
Make the student a more effective learner by helping them cope with training and/or personal issues.
Four components of an air lesson
- Air Lesson brief
- Air Lesson
- De Brief
Student escape mechanisms
Three essential components of evaluation
Errors that significantly detract from the ideal and/or jeopardize the safety or the successful completion of the task.
Errors that detract from the ideal but do not jeopardize the successful completion of the task.
Define a marginal
Trainee was unable to achieve the required proficiency level on one or two review tasks.
Define an Unsat
Trainee's overall performance did not meet the level required and extra dual training is required. Three or more unacceptable review tasks or one new task constitutes an Unsat.
A review mission may be granted after;
- 7 calendar days since the last mission;
- 5 calendar days since the last mission preceding an FTD or flying test; and
- 21 calendar days out of phase.
What are the roles of the instructor?
- Course Management
- Quality Assurance
What are the five tools of instruction?
- Developmental Teaching
- Sub-division of tasks
- Direction of attention
- Airborne questioning techniques
- Performance Analysis
What is the format for delivery of instruction airborne?