Fire and emergency management/Fire service instructor I/Instructional Delivery

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Learning Objectives[edit | edit source]

Terminal Objective: Given a facility and an assignment, organize the classroom, laboratory or outdoor learning environment so that lighting, distractions, climate control or weather, noise control, seating, audiovisual equipment, teaching aids, and safety are considered.

Enabling Objectives:

Students must know:

  • Classroom management and safety
  • Advantages and limitations of audiovisual equipment and teaching aids
  • Classroom arrangement
  • Methods and techniques of instruction
  • Operation of instructional media and materials

Terminal Objective: Given a prepared lesson plan that specifies the presentation method, present prepared lessons so that the method indicated in the plan are used and the stated objectives or learning outcomes are achieved.

Enabling Objectives:

Students must know:

  • The laws and principles of learning
  • Teaching methods and techniques
  • Lesson plan components and elements of the communication process
  • Lesson plan terminology and definitions
  • Oral communication techniques
  • Utilization of lesson plans in the instructional setting

Terminal Objective: Given a lesson plan and changing circumstances in the class environment, adjust a presentation so that class continuity and the objectives or learning outcomes are achieved.

Enabling Objectives:

Students must know:

  • Methods of dealing with changing circumstances

Terminal Objective: Given the instructional environment, adjust to differences in learning styles, abilities and behaviors so that lesson objectives are accomplished, disruptive behavior is addressed and a safe learning environment is maintained.

Enabling Objectives:

Students must know:

  • Motivation techniques
  • Learning styles
  • Types of learning disabilities and methods for dealing with them
  • Methods of dealing with disruptive and unsafe behavior
  • Basic coaching and motivation techniques
  • How to adapt lesson plans and/or materials to specific instructional situations

Terminal Objective: Given a learning environment and equipment, operate audiovisual equipment and demonstration devices so that the equipment runs properly.

Enabling Objectives:

Students must know:

  • Components of audiovisual equipment
  • Use of audiovisual equipment, cleaning and field level maintenance

Terminal Objective: Given prepared topical media and equipment, utilize audiovisual materials so that the intended objectives are clearly presented, transitions between media and other parts of the presentation are smooth, and media are returned to storage.

Enabling Objectives:

Students must know:

  • Media types, limitations, and selection criteria
  • Transition techniques within and between media

Instructional Outline[edit | edit source]

(Skills sheet: Instructional Delivery-001, Instructional Delivery-002)

Prior to beginning this section, the students should have read Chapters 7,8, and 10 of the IFSTA Fire and Emergency Services Instructor, 6th Edition.

Classroom Management and Safety[edit | edit source]

Advantages and Limitations of Audiovisual Equipment and Teaching Aids[edit | edit source]

Classroom Arrangement[edit | edit source]

Methods and Techniques of Instruction[edit | edit source]

Operation of Instructional Media and Materials[edit | edit source]

Laws and Principles of Learning[edit | edit source]

Possible reference sources:

Bloom's Taxonomy

B.F. Skinner

Edward Thorndike

John Dewey

John B. Watson

Learning Theory

Philosophy of Education

Teaching Methods and Techniques[edit | edit source]

Possible reference sources:

Using Wikis in Training

Lesson Plan Components[edit | edit source]

Elements of the Communication Process[edit | edit source]

Lesson Plan Terminology and Definitions[edit | edit source]

Oral Communication Techniques[edit | edit source]

Utilization of Lesson Plans in the Instructional Setting[edit | edit source]

Methods of dealing with changing circumstances[edit | edit source]

Motivation techniques[edit | edit source]

Learning Styles[edit | edit source]

Learning Disabilities[edit | edit source]

Dealing with Disruptive and Unsafe Behavior[edit | edit source]

Basic Coaching and Motivation Techniques[edit | edit source]

Adapting Lesson Plans[edit | edit source]

Components of Audiovisual Equipment[edit | edit source]

Use of Audiovisual Equipment, Cleaning and Field Maintenance[edit | edit source]

Media types, Limitations, and Selection Criteria[edit | edit source]

Transition Techniques within and between Media[edit | edit source]