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Emphasize   Safety ~  Stress  safety  in  the  introduction,  presentation,  and  summary  when  safety  is  a  factor  in  the lesson. LABORATORY   EVALUATION   FACTORS As   with   classroom   evaluation   factors,   you   must   be   familiar   with   the   evaluation   factors   used to  evaluate  laboratory  instruction.    Some  of  these  factors  are  very  similar  to  those  used  in  the classroom.   Others   are   specific   to   laboratory   instruction.   Safety   is   frequently   of   greater   concern in  the  laboratory  than  in  the  classroom. You   must   ensure   that   safety   is   stressed   and   safety procedures  adhered  to.  The  laboratory  checklist  is  used  to  evaluate  the  instructor,  the  students, and   the   facilities. INSTRUCTOR   PERFORMANCE The  Laboratory  Instructor  Evaluation  Checklist   contains   the   following   factors   concerning instructor  performance. Work   Spaces/stations   Ready   For   Class Prior   to   the   start   of   the   laboratory   session   you   should   ensure   that: n   Each   work   station   is   fully   equipped. 9  Equipment,  tools  and  material  are  ready  for  use. -  Instructional  materials  are  available  and  in  usable  condition. n  The  laboratory  area  is  clean  and  free  of  safety  hazards. Explain  The  Objectives n  Ensure  students  understand  the  objectives  and  all  safety  related  considerations. n  Relate  the  objectives  to  the  job  sheet(s). n  Tell  the  students  if  the  laboratory  session  is  a  test. n  In  addition  to  explaining  the  objectives,  you  may  want  to  provide  partially  finished  or completed  projects  for  the  students  to  examine. Review   Safety/sanitation   Procedures At  the  beginning  of  the  lab  you  should  review  the  following  procedures  as  appropriate: n   Training   Time   Out   (TTO). n   Personnel   and   equipment   safety   procedures. 117

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