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How EMS instructors can tip the scale in their students’ favor

In this episode, our co-hosts discuss how different teaching styles may better prepare students to be providers, and the importance of technology to the industry


In this episode, co-hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson discuss the state of education in EMS and debate strategy, technique and philosophies instructors can use in the classroom to help every student be successful. This approach not only pertains to the material itself but how its presented, including a focus on the use of Microsoft PowerPoint, taking adequate time to prepare a well-thought-out lecture and incorporating technology as a vital component of the EMS educational process. Listen to this week’s episode and join in on the discussion below

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