This course presents the methods of instruction, such as lecture, group process,
scenario presentation, that may be utilized in the classroom as well as in the
laboratory/clinical setting. Curriculum development, lesson plans, measurable
objectives and the use of various tools and resources will be developed and practiced.
Methods of instruction, student motivation, elements of reliability and validity will be
presented in such a way as to develop effective teaching styles for all types of adult
learners. This course will allow the participant to develop and practice specific teaching
strategies. There is a computer-based component to this course and students will
need access to a computer and e-mail. Corequisite: EMS* 101 and EMS* 103. Formerly
listed as EMS 102, not open to students who have successfully completed EMS 102.
Prerequisite: Current certification as an EMS provider.