Author Bio: Samuel Crenshaw has been licensed paramedic for eight years, of which he has worked for both large and small private ambulance services, in addition to city municipalities. Sam also works in K-12 public education in high needs and low access environments. In this work, Sam now manages a cohort of 30 new teachers who he directly coaches through their first two years of teaching.
The EMS classroom lays the foundation for student career success in the prehospital setting by developing requisite skills, knowledge, and professionalism. Instructors often heavily rely upon scripted lesson plans accented with personal anecdotes of their own experiences. While this method demonstrates some efficacy, many instructors seek ways to design a course that is truly their own; dovetailing educational requirements and their own 'pearls of wisdom.' Unfortunately, many instructors do not possess the necessary tools of lesson planning and implementation to teach in such a way. Upon course completion, instructors will have mastered the basic skills of writing lesson plans that drive student success and future excellence in the field. Each course will require 2-4 hours to complete.
- Explain the importance of writing a strong lesson that leads to student success
- Explain the concept of designing aligned learning objectives and assessments
- Explain the lesson plan protocol
- Create an objective-driven lesson plan that can be implemented in the emergency medical services classroom
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