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~   Sanitation   and   hazardous   waste   disposal. l   If   the   laboratory   extends   beyond   one   training   day,   you   should   review   the   appropriate procedures  at  the  beginning  of  each  day. Review   Instructional   Materials ,  Ensure  the  students  know  what  instructional  materials  are  available  and  how  to  use  them. n  Thoroughly  explain  the  job  sheet(s). Relate   Classroom   Instruction   To   Laboratory   Performance n  Explain  to  your  students  how  the  information  presented  in  the  classroom  relates  to  the laboratory   application. n   When   conducting   a   demonstration,   make   sure   all   the   students   can   see   the   demonstration. Emphasize  safety  at  the  appropriate  points  of  the  demonstration. Issue   Tools   And   Materials n  If  tools  and/or  materials  must  be  issued,  ensure  that  you  explain  the  procedures  for  issue and  turn-in. n  Keep  work  areas  free  from  unnecessary  clutter  with  tools  or  materials. Emphasize   Safety n   Explain   safety   precautions   and   closely   monitor   students   to   ensure   compliance   with   safety procedures. 9  You  must  always  follow  safety  procedures  and  may  want  to  demonstrate  the  procedures for  the  students. Assist  Students  As  Necessary n  provide  an  environment  for  your  students  to  learn  by  doing.  Assist  them  as  necessary, but  do  not  do  their  work  for  them. n  Depending  upon  the  type  of  training,  it  may  be  appropriate  to  use  more  capable  or experienced  students  to  assist  other  students.  However,  you  must  be  particularly  watchful to  ensure  that  proper  procedures  are  being  followed.  It  would  not  be  appropriate  to  have students   aid   other   students   when   safety   is   involved. Recognize   Individual   Student   Differences n   Do   not   compare   any   student’s   performance   with   that   of   other   students. n   Check   for   student   understanding   of   the   assignment. =   Provide   assistance   only   as   required. 118 —.

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