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FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUCTION. CW3 Sam DeNardi References - Instructor Pilot Handbook Unclassified. Definition of learning Characteristics of learning Laws of learning How people learn Levels of learning Forgetting and retention. Transfer of learning Habit formation Defense mechanisms

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Fundamentals of instruction
FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUCTION

  • CW3 Sam DeNardi

  • References - Instructor Pilot Handbook

  • Unclassified


Agenda

Definition of learning

Characteristics of learning

Laws of learning

How people learn

Levels of learning

Forgetting and retention

Transfer of learning

Habit formation

Defense mechanisms

Teaching methods and development

Normal and abnormal response to stress

Agenda


Definition of learning
Definition of Learning

  • A change in behavior as a result of experience


Characteristics of learning
Characteristics of Learning

  • P Purposeful

  • E Experience

  • M Multifaceted

  • A Active


Laws of learning

R

E

E

P

I

R

Readiness

Exercise

Effect

Primacy

Intensity

Recency

Laws of Learning

Horace Mann - 1837


How do people learn

PERCEPTIONS

SIGHT 75%

HEARING 13%

TOUCH 6%

SMELL 3%

TASTE 3%

= 100%

How do people learn ?

5TH PLT CLASSROOM


Insights

Grouping _____ into meaningful wholes.

#1 Np 106 +- 1

#1 Trq 0

Vibes on left

Loud noise on left side

#1 Ng increased w/ respect to #1 eng

??????

#1Eng Hi speed shaft failure

Collective

Emer Eng Shutdown

Refer to SEF emer pro

INSIGHTS


Factors affecting perceptions
Factors affecting perceptions

  • “peanut butter good to me”

  • P Physical Organisms

  • B Basic Needs

  • G Goals and Values

  • T Threats

  • M Motivation ****


Levels of learning
Levels of Learning

  • What are they?

  • R

  • U

  • A

  • C


Forget vs retain
Forget vs. Retain

  • D Disuse not often used

  • I Interference similar experience

  • R Repression unconscious submersion

Aug 9, 1945 Nagasaki


Retention
RETENTION

  • P Praise

  • A Association

  • S Senses Use all most effective

  • A Attitude (good)

  • R Repetition


Transfer of learning
Transfer of learning

  • When a skill you are learning is aided by a previously learned skill.

  • Swimming…… Scuba diving

  • Basic instruments…. Advanced Instruments

  • This can be negative if done incorrectly


Habit formations
Habit Formations

  • Insist on _______ habits from the start

  • Teach basics, then more complex


Defense
Defense

  • R Rationalization

  • F Flight

  • A Aggression

  • R Resignation

  • Stress responses????


Teaching process
Teaching Process

  • P Preparation (set goals of objectives)

  • P Presentation

    • Lecture, guided discussion, Demo-perform, Programmed Instruction

  • A Application require application of material instructed

  • R Review and Eval- Complete cycle


Methods of teaching
Methods of Teaching

  • Lecture Method

  • Guided Discussion (Common knowledge)

  • Demonstration-Performance

  • Programmed Instruction


Summary
Summary

  • We have covered all topic areas for TD7 with respect to the MOI daily class lesson plan outline page 3.

  • What are your Questions?