Does EMS training make witnessing death more complicated than it has to be? Dan shares a story of a death he witnessed and what his responsibility was in that situation.
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By Chris Ebright EMS is called to a residence to assist in the search for a missing child. At the scene, EMTs are informed that numerous officers are combing a four-block area for a three-year-old male that wandered away from his uncle’s home. The uncle states he was filling a cooler with ice in the […]
Agencies want providers who are well prepared, but in most cases that isn’t the reality. Are you preparing your EMT students to be “street ready” when he or she passes a class and the NREMT?
Click to download chart (PDF) It is our job to provide students with questions that most closely mimic the type of question they see on the NREMT. We pride ourselves on the quality of our questions that make students have to critically think, apply their knowledge and make decisions – just like on the national […]
While there’s a tug-and-pull between flipped advocates and traditional educators, both teaching styles use some of the same techniques (because they work!). This post reviews a few of those techniques.
In the traditional classroom, the tradition seems to be standing in a room and presenting material to whoever may or may not be listening. We’ve always said, teaching does not equal learning. That’s the concept behind the flipped classroom. An educator’s most significant role is not to teach but to facilitate learning. Flipped Classrooms vs […]
Technology is an amazing way to increase engagement and knowledge retention in the classroom… but there are highly effective low-tech ways to do this too! Check some of them out in this article.
Can EMS education prepare the student for the exam and the street?
Eight tips for studying during class for a successful experience in class and on the NREMT.
6 tips on how to write multiple choice exam items that are tight, accurate, well-constructed, and clear.