How teaching styles impact the success of today's police recruits

Should we change styles and methods of pedagogy to focus on techniques that resonate with Generation Z candidates?


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Are we doing the best job in teaching the current era of law enforcement recruits? Should we change styles and methods of pedagogy to focus on techniques that resonate with Generation Z candidates?

These are some of the questions Policing Matters host Jim Dudley and his co-presenter Janay Gasparini, Ph.D., discussed at the recent National Association of Field Training Officers conference in Louisville, Kentucky. In this episode, Jim and Janay continue their discussion, addressing the types of instruction that can help recruits be successful both during the police academy and when undergoing field training with an agency.

CONTINUE THE DISCUSSION: 6 ways law enforcement training can adapt to today’s recruits

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