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EMS Instructors

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EMS Discussion Forum

AAOS as Curriculum 3 Replies

Last reply by Jared Vickers Jun 7.

On Teaching Adults to Learn 3 Replies

Last reply by Cory Fuller Mar 20.

Advanced EMT 1 Reply

Last reply by Brian Eveleth Oct 19, 2012.

Care and Feeding of Paramedic Students

Started by David E. Gesner Aug 28, 2012.

Ethical duty to act? Or safety first? 3 Replies

Last reply by Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi Jun 28, 2012.

ECSI or ASHI Programs 7 Replies

Last reply by Dwayne Haynie May 6, 2012.

Which Paramedic foundation textbook do you prefer? 6 Replies

Last reply by Jennifer Everett Nov 27, 2011.

EMT-Basic to EMT-Paramedic directly without any field experience 12 Replies

Last reply by Shadreck Kalongonda Nov 11, 2011.

Can you help me find the right publisher? 3 Replies

Last reply by Paula Miller Oct 26, 2011.

National EMS Educator credentialing exam available. 2 Replies

Last reply by Lindi Holt Oct 1, 2011.

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Comment by Mel Oakley on March 17, 2016 at 2:28pm

Im not sure it would. one of my collagues around here has been talking about holding the first two class sessions as a 'welcome to adult learning' presentation. pretty much a "you're not in high school and they way they tried to get you to learn there isnt going to cut it now" lecture. teaching them how to learn.

I'm thinking about creating content on my page based off his presentation. if you have a way to teach adults how to learn, then i would NOT withhold it from them. they deserve that content in the classroom. many of them get frustrated because they don't know how to approach this material. I'm going to start a discussion  (above) on this topic in particular right now.

Comment by Cory Fuller on March 17, 2016 at 2:19pm

Im game too. The biggest issue I run into is studying. I get students of all ages and half of them, regardless of age, have no idea how to study. Ive considered teaching the first day on study habits, but I kind of feel that it would fall on deaf ears.

Comment by Mel Oakley on March 17, 2016 at 12:57pm

Cool - lets get after it! what should we discuss here? use of media in the classroom? simulation? affective domain? flipped classrooms? im game for whatever develops us as professional educators!

Comment by Cory Fuller on March 17, 2016 at 12:52pm

Lets do it Mel. Lets bring this place back to life, no pun intended lol

Comment by Mel Oakley on March 17, 2016 at 12:49pm

I'll talk!

Comment by Cory Fuller on March 13, 2016 at 12:28pm

So why are there 500 members but no one talking since 2012??

Comment by Ahmed Abdullah AL Harbi on May 30, 2012 at 2:16pm

Hi, Im Ahmed AL Harbi and im Phd candidate , i work as EMS Lecturer and same time i work  as planning officer.

Comment by Joe Repetur on October 17, 2011 at 11:22am

Hey Dave,

Thanx for the info.  I'm going to look into the NAEMSE classes and see if they are recognized where I live.

Comment by Dave Springer on October 17, 2011 at 1:35am
Hi Joe,  I'm not sure what the State of New York or your county require, but the NAEMSE Instructor courses both level one & level two are great courses.  I don't know if your state will recognize them for instructor credentialing.  You may need to do the DOT class, or some state specific course.  Check your state regulations, or talk to your state EMS Office. 
Comment by Joe Repetur on October 16, 2011 at 9:37am

I have been an EMT for 16 years and due to a back injury I can not work the street any more but I still want to be involved in EMS.  I live in the Albany NY area and I am interested in taking classes to become an instructor.  Does anyone know where I can take classes?

Thanx

Joe

 

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