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INSTRUCTOR    RESPONSIBILITIES While   you   are   assigned   as   an   instructor,   you   must   abide   by   the   directives   and   instructions within   your   chain   of   command.   You   also   must   exhibit   and   enforce   proper   military   conduct   and discipline  at  all  times. Whatever  your  task,  approach  your  job  with  honesty,  enthusiasm,  and  genuine  dedication. As   a   Navy   instructor,   you   fill   one   of   the   most   critical   positions   in   the   training   program.   Your responsibilities  include  making  the  best  of  your  own  time  and  the  students’  time  to  develop  those skills,  knowledge,  and  attitudes  essential  to  effective  performance. RESPONSIBILITY   TO   STUDENTS Although  your  instructional  and  leadership  role  influences  students  in  the  formal  training environment,   be   aware   that   many   other   influences   also   affect   their   performance   (fig.   2-2). Students   have   many   military   duties   and   responsibilities   that   affect   their   lives.   In   addition, personal   involvements   with   family   members, friends,   and   other   concerns   affect   their performance. PERFORMANCE Figure  2-2.-Influences  on  student  performance. To  the  greatest  extent  possible,  try  to  help  students  resolve  conflicts  resulting  from  these various   influences. Your   role   as   an   instructor   places   you   in   a   unique   position   to   identify persons   experiencing   conflict. Since  you  interact  with  students  on  a  frequent  basis,  notice changes  in  students’  performance  or  behavior;  then  take  steps  to  help  them. Your   responsibility   to   your   students   is   to   teach   effectively,   set   a   good   example   for   them   to follow,  and  help  them  resolve  conflicts  that  hinder  their  training. 11

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