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Disrupted Practice

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Practice...Disrupted

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Perception = Evil Student!

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Establish Limitations
Boundaries Protect
Us
Establish Expected
Behaviors
Increase Successful
Field Application

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A short deck examining the issues and solutions of dealing with disruptive students during skills based training. Check out my companion blog for this deck on WordPress at http://christopherstcyr.wordpress.com/2014/01/23/disruptive-students/

A short deck examining the issues and solutions of dealing with disruptive students during skills based training. Check out my companion blog for this deck on WordPress at http://christopherstcyr.wordpress.com/2014/01/23/disruptive-students/

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Disrupted Practice

  1. 1. Practice...Disrupted
  2. 2. Perception = Evil Student!
  3. 3. Establish Limitations Boundaries Protect Us Establish Expected Behaviors Increase Successful Field Application
  4. 4. Keep Your Cool! ● Shows professionalism ● Redirect attention to the skill ● Change demonstrators ● Increased respect for students ● Applies peer pressure on student to comply
  5. 5. One Way Not the only way Focus students on this way Explain they will learn other ways later
  6. 6. Benefits of Skills Based Training Increased Student Participation ● Ensures Student can Perform the Skill ● Increases Successful Field Applications ●
  7. 7. Photo Credits All photos from flickr.com unless otherwise credited under Creative Commons License Chief Petty Officer Brian Brannon DVIDSHUB Tom Conger Mike Tn Doug Weller John Fraissinet Sgt. Ben Eberle USMC (pacom) Author Autho

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