A topic that has been on my radar for some time has been that many adults walk into an EMS classroom and they are expecting to walk out of that classroom knowing how be an EMT. They walk in with a big, empty tool box and we try to fill that tool box with a lot of tools, but we often forget that the last time many of the learned anything in the traditional sense was in a high school classroom, where they had to be there and they didn't want to study. The majority of the adult EMS students could benefit from some 'how to learn' learning.
So, how about it - what do you all do to empower your students to be as successful as possible? What 'tools' do you put in their tool boxes on that first day?
Lets hear it.
awesome thank you!