Quality education starts and ends with competent and knowledgeable instruction. Todayas students demand that educational programs be informative and challenging. With accreditation of EMS programs on the horizonaand the mandate that instructors develop their own teaching materials, not simply use acanneda materials off the shelfaEMS instructors need clear, detailed direction on course design and tools to enhance their courses. Instructional Methods for Public Safety offers a broad-spectrum view of the latest educational trends and cutting-edge information on emergency services instruction. Based on the current National Guidelines for Educating EMS Instructors by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and encompassing the recommendations of the EMS Education Standards, this resource offers new and experienced instructors concise guidance on the development of high-quality, interactive educational and assessment tools.A compound fracture can have pieces of simulated bone embedded into the simulated injury. Add several ... Simulated blood and bleeding bags are used as final touches of realism. ... The scenario directly affects how a burn is made up.
|Title||:||Instructional Methods for Public Safety|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2010-10-25|