The way that trainees are
required to demonstrate that they have learned a KSA they are expected to
acquire through training is called a
Which of the following terms is
used to reflect maximizing the similarity of the training to the job?
“…. read an altimeter with an
error of no more than 5 feet” is an example of what part of a learning
When examining transfer of
training, how many possibilities are there beyond “positive transfer”?
Which macro theory of training
design is outlined in the text?
____________ learners like to
learn facts and solve problems using well-tested methods.
How many parts are there to an
effective learning objective?
Training methods can be divided
into _____ and _____ approaches.
According to the text, business
games have been developed and used for
Which of the following training
methods is most appropriate when both knowledge and skill are learning
A(n) _____question occurs when
the trainer is asked a question and instead of providing an answer, she re asks
the question of the group.
Which of the following is most
appropriate for training interpersonal skills?
The acronym JIT (an on the job
training technique) stands for
The principles of programmed
Which of the following is NOT a
potential benefit for Electronic Training?
The health and safety training
programs offered as canned DVD training packages are
Simulator sickness refers to
Self-paced learning is when the
The user interface is the _____
that allows the trainee to interact with the Intelligent Tutoring System.
The experiential learning model,
a process for using games and exercises in training, has _____steps.
What is the least expensive and
best alternative if you only have a few employees to be trained?
_____ are those “and uh,” “like,”
“um” space fillers that are injected into speech.
A _____ is the “first test” of
new material designed to be in a training program.
According to the text, the
knowledge component of an effective trainer’s KSAs is comprised of all BUT
which of the following?
A learning point is