BIC Block 2 Day 1

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  1. Whose primary duty as an instructor is to prepare and present the material while ensuring course objectives are met?
    Instructor
  2. Who provides a positive atmosphere and enforces class discipline?
    Instructor
  3. Who manages the specific time scheduled for the course and the physical classroom environment?
    Instructor
  4. Who counsels and evaluates students as needed or required?
    Instructors
  5. Who recommends appropriate academic action to include washback, specialized individual assistance (SIA) and retest, probationary continuation, and/or elimination?
    Instructor
  6. Who serves as a subject matter expert (SME), as needed?
    Instructor
  7. Who documents test and block component actions?
    Instructor
  8. Who schedules instructors for teaching and other training assignments and ensures instructors are prepared to teach the daily objectives?
    Course Director
  9. Who evaluates each instructor's classroom performance and abilities on a regular basis, and assesses their general performance and abilities in the classroom?
    Course Director
  10. Who counsels students, makes recommendations, and decisions; counsels students to determine causes of academic problems?
    Course Director
  11. Who makes decisions on washback/repeat testing and recommendations on Eliminations and Probationary Continuation?
    Course Director
  12. Who counsels students when the classroom instructor feels the course director is more qualified to handle the situation?
    Course Director
  13. Who manages the instructor development program?
    Course Director
  14. Who maintains the instructor faculty records, establishes the instructor training plan, establishes degree plan/training requirements, and monitors Master Instructor progress?
    Course Director
  15. Who oversees the instructor force, including all instructors, course directors, and all other personnel assigned to the flight?
    Education and Training Superintendent
  16. Who reviews, coordinates, and approves student administrative actions?
    Education and Training Superintendent
  17. Who's the approval authority for determining if a student should be placed on probationary continuation?
    Education and Training Superintendent
  18. Who plans, coordinates, and directs the development/implementation of training plans, including career development courses?
    Education and Training Superintendent
  19. Who ensures adequacy of training plans, training standards, facilities, equipment, manpower, and budget factors?
    Education and Training Superintendent
  20. Who conducts special studies and projects such as new course development, anticipated facilities, wartime planning, and personnel requirements?
    Education and Training Superintendent
  21. Who has overall responsibility for oversight of course curriculum within the schoolhouse?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  22. Who is responsible for course content?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  23. Who plans, directs, assists, and prepares technical training material for all Air Force specialties within a department?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  24. Who is responsible for planning, preparing, evaluating, and revising instructional material?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  25. Who is responsible for planning, preparing, evaluating, and revising specialty and course training standards; education plans, plans of instruction, student study guides and workbooks; and multimedia lessons and Air Force publications?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  26. Who evaluates and revises existing courses?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  27. Who ensures continuity of each unit of instruction based upon training standards and Education Plans requirements?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  28. Who develops and maintains course control documents, i.e. education plans, plans of instruction, training standards, and other course control documents and training material?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  29. Who maintains the Electronic Course Record Sets (eCRS)?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  30. What contains all pertinent information regarding course content and development?
    eCRS (electronic course record sets)
  31. Who enters course information into the learning management system (Blackboard), ensuring course control documents are accurate?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  32. Who monitors work performed by subject matter experts (SME) as well as other course development personnel?
    Instructional Systems Specialist (ISS)
  33. Who ensures application of ISD in course development and administration?
    Chief, Academic Development Division
  34. Who coordinates the development of course control documents and training materials?
    Chief, Academic Development Division
  35. Who directs the validation process?
    Chief, Academic Development Division
  36. Who oversees the work of ISSs?
    Chief, Academic Development Division
  37. Who executes and oversees all USAFSAM education and training?
    Office of the Dean
  38. Who advocates for high-quality, efficient, standardized, and cost-effective education and training?
    Office of the Dean
  39. Who implements and monitors all policies and guidance?
    Office of the Dean
  40. Who is the approval authority for all students that have 2 or more washback actions?
    Office of the Dean
  41. Who budgets for, and executes all resources to support USAFSAM education training?
    Office of the Dean
  42. Who decides if a student who fails a block test and had no previous failures should be washed back?
    Course Director
  43. Which duty is NOT a responsibility of the instructional systems specialist?
    Responsible for ensuring the manning for a course or courses is adequate.
  44. Who is responsible for making sure instructors are available for class and are prepared to teach the day's objectives?
    Course Director
  45. Who enters course information into the learning management system?
    Instructional Systems Specialist
  46. Who is responsible for ensuring the course objectives are met?
    Instructor
  47. Who is the designated approval authority for students with two or more washback actions?
    Dean
  48. Who provides a positive atmosphere, regardless of rank, and sees that discipline is enforced within the classroom?
    Instructor
  49. What AFH is the Information for Designers of Instructional Systems - Application to Technical Training, and it provides very specific reference to ISD as it applies to technical training?
    AFH 36-2235, Volume 9
  50. What is a systematic but flexible process used to analyze, design, develop, and implement training in an effective and cost-efficient manner?
    Instructional System Development
  51. What's overall goal is to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of education and training?
    Instructional System Development
  52. What's goal is to produce graduates who can perform their job after receiving initial training?
    Instructional System Development
  53. What's used to develop instruction based on the job performance requirements?
    Instructional System Development
  54. What's used to eliminate irrelevant skills and knowledge instruction from the course?
    Instructional System Development
  55. What's used to ensure graduates acquire the necessary skills, knowledge, and attitudes (SKA) to do the job?
    Instructional System Development
  56. What is a continuous process with the flexibility to enter and re-enter the various phases, as necessary, to develop or revise instruction?
    Instructional System Development
  57. What's activities and system functions focus on continuous quality improvements throughout the life cycle of the training system?
    Instructional System Development
  58. What are the five systems functions of the Instructional System Development process?
    • - management
    • - support
    • - administration
    • - delivery
    • - evaluation
  59. What ISD function is the practice of overseeing, directing, or controlling development of the training system?
    Management
  60. What ISD function is the practice of maintaining all parts of the system, long-term as well as day-to-day?
    Support
  61. What ISD function manages daily student processing and record keeping, i.e. documentation?
    Administration
  62. What ISD function is the means by which instruction is provided to the students?
    Delivery
  63. What ISD function is the practice of gathering feedback data through formative, summative, and operational evaluations to assess system the student performance?
    Evaluation
  64. What evaluation consists of process and product evaluations during the analysis, design, and development phases?
    Formative evaluation
  65. What evaluation ends during the development phase with "technical accuracy review" and "individual and small group tryouts"?
    Formative evaluation
  66. What evaluation involves trying out the instruction on target population in an operational environment?
    Summative evaluation
  67. What evaluation involves identifying possible implementation or operational system problems?
    Summative evaluation
  68. What evaluation happens during the operational tryouts during the development phase?
    Summative evaluation
  69. What is the periodic evaluation of the training system?
    Operational evaluation
  70. What evaluation ensures that graduates continue to meet established job performance requirements?
    Operational evaluation
  71. What phase is the operational evaluation conducted?
    Implementation phase
  72. What is embedded within the system functions?
    System phases
  73. What ISD phase is used by developers to determine what instruction is needed?
    Analysis phase
  74. What ISD phase is used to analyze the job performance requirements and develop a talk list?
    Analysis phase
  75. What ISD phase is used to create the Training Standard?
    Analysis phase
  76. What ISD phase are instructional objectives and tests written?
    Design phase
  77. What ISD phase are existing instructional materials reviewed to determine their applicability to the specific instruction under development?
    Design phase
  78. What ISD phase does the student and the instructor lesson materials are developed?
    Development phase
  79. The POI/Lesson Plan is written during what ISD phase?
    Development phase
  80. What ISD phase includes an internal review of the instruction and materials for accuracy (Technical Accuracy Review), individual tryouts, small group tryouts, operational tryouts or "validation classes"?
    Development phase
  81. How many consecutive validation classes are required with little or no need for further revision before it's time to start implementation?
    Three
  82. What ISD phase is the instructional system is fielded under operational conditions to include the beginning of formal classroom instruction?
    Implementation phase
  83. During the implementation phase, what will provide feedback from the field on a graduate's performance?
    Operational evaluation
  84. Provides direction and control...
    Management
  85. Performs daily processing and record keeping...
    Administration
  86. Brings the instruction to the students...
    Delivery
  87. Maintains all parts of the system...
    Support
  88. Determines what instruction is needed...
    Analysis
  89. Instructional methods and media are selected...
    Design
  90. Develop instructional materials to support system requirements...
    Development
  91. The ISD phase placing the instructional system on line...
    Implementation
  92. The central feedback "network" for the total system...
    Evaluation
  93. A continuous process throughout the life cycle of the instructional system...
    Evaluation

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