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their  learning  on  the  job.  If  possible,  provide  realistic  exercises  by  using  the  actual  (or  the  same type  of)  equipment  students  will  use  on  the  job.  The  Navy’s  damage  control  team  training  is a   good   example   of   how   this   type   of   learning   takes   place. LAWS   OF   LEARNING Laws  and  principles  of  learning  are  attempts  to define   the   fundamental   conditions   of   the learning  process.  In  general,  we  have  five almost   universally   accepted   laws   of   learning. Each   of   these   laws   has   common   sense applications   based   on   lessons   people   have learned   over   the   years.   Your   mastery   of   these applications   will   greatly   enhance   your   ability to  influence  your  students  to  learn  and  perform at  a  high  level. LAW   OF   READINESS According   to   the   law   of   readiness   students   learn   best   when   they   are   physically,   mentally,   and emotionally  ready  to  learn.  Since  learning  is  an  active  process,  students  must  have  adequate rest,  health,  and  physical  ability.  Students  who  are  exhausted  or  in  ill  health  obviously  cannot learn   much.   Although   these   areas   are   beyond   your   control,   you   must   know   how   to   address them   in   your   classroom.   For   students   to   be   mentally   ready   to   learn,   they   must   master   certain knowledge  and  skills  at  one  level  before  they  can  learn  those  required  at  the  next  higher  level. For  example,  students  who  have  not  learned  the  basic  application  of  a  law  have  little  chance  of applying  that  law  to  more  complex  situations. Just   as   students   must   be   ready   to   learn,   you   must   be   ready   to   teach.   Always   prepare   your lesson  plans,  training  materials,  and  classroom  or  laboratory  before  you  begin  to  teach.  Your readiness  is  an  important  step  in  gaining  the  confidence  and  attention  of  your  students. Remember,  you  only  get  one  chance  to  make  a  first  impression. LAW   OF   EFFECT An  individual  learns  best  those  things  which  result  in  satisfying  consequences.  Since  the  law’ of   effect   has   a   direct   relationship   to   motivation,   it   has   many   practical   applications   for   you   in the   training   environment. One   of   the   most   basic   applications   is   in   your   relationship   with   adult   students.   Adults   want immediate  benefits  from  training,  so  begin  your  instruction  by  presenting  the  benefits  of  the lesson.  Continue  to  remind  students  of  these  benefits  throughout  the  training.  Point  out  the value  of  the  training  in  meeting  the  needs  of  your  students:  self-satisfaction,  self-confidence, improved  skills,  and  so  forth.  Begin  each  lesson  with  a  statement  of  objectives  to  help  students 23

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