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CHAPTER  10 INSTRUCTOR  EVALUATION INTRODUCTION Evaluation  of  instructors  and  curriculum  for  the  purpose  of  improving  the  quality  of  training is  an  ongoing  process.  As  an  instructor,  you  should  welcome  every  opportunity  to  be  evaluated by  others.  Through  this  evaluation  process,  you  will  receive  feedback  on  your  strengths  as  well as   those   areas   in   which   you   may   need   improvement. Basically,   two   types   of   instructor   evaluations   are   conducted.   Personnel   considered   to   be subject   matter   experts   (SMEs)   in   the   area   of   instruction   conduct   evaluations   to   ensure   the subject   matter   qualifications   of   the   instructor.   Trained   instructor   evaluators   from   the   command conduct  evaluations  to  ensure  the  instructor  uses  the  most  effective  techniques  to  accomplish training. Evaluations   may   be   conducted   on   a   scheduled   or   unscheduled   basis.   Each   method   of evaluation   has   its   advantages   and   disadvantages.   A   scheduled   evaluation   allows   the   instructor to   prepare   for   the   evaluation. It  may  also  allow  the  instructor  time  to  prepare  a  “show”  that is   not   typical   of   usual   performance.   Remember,   evaluation   is   for   the   purpose   of   improving   the training    provided. You   should   not   change   your   teaching   style   just   because   you   are   being evaluated.   An   unscheduled   evaluation   permits   the   evaluator   to   observe   the   instructor   in   a normal   mode,   which   can   result   in   a   more   realistic   appraisal   of   the   instruction.   The   drawback to  an  unscheduled  evaluation  is  that  it  may  cause  an  inexperienced  instructor  to  feel  threatened and   thus   to   fail   to   perform   as   well   as   usual. Whether   the   evaluation   is   scheduled   or unscheduled,   you   should   never   switch   from   your   usual   performance   for   the   benefit   of   the evaluator. PREPARING   FOR   EVALUATION In  preparing  to  teach,  always  ensure  that  your  instructional  materials  are  ready,  that  you  have prepared  yourself  for  the  lesson,  that  the  classroom  or  laboratory  is  prepared,  and  that  all training  equipment  is  available  and  in  working  order.  Follow  these  steps  each  time  you  instruct. That  will  prevent  you  from  having  to  interrupt  the  lesson  because  you  forgot  to  properly  plan and  prepare. View   the   evaluation   process   as   an   opportunity   to   gather   information   that   will   help   you become   more   effective   as   an   instructor.   A   preliminary   meeting   with   the   evaluator   aids   in   the preparations  to  conduct  the  evaluation.  Answer  any  questions  they  may  have,  and  provide  them with   any   materials   they   may   need   to   conduct   the   evaluation. Always  be  prepared  for  an  evaluation,  because  you  are  always  being  evaluated  when  you 110

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