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Title: Building a Framework for Learning: East Burke JROTC COL Scott, SAI SFC Shade, AI


1
Building a Framework for LearningEast Burke
JROTCCOL Scott, SAISFC Shade, AI
JROTC Leadership Education and Training (Leadershi
p, Character, and Student Success)
2
Agenda
  • Program Overview
  • Instructor Status, Staffing, and Training
  • 21st Century Learning
  • Curriculum Overview
  • Lesson Design Instructional Support
  • Additional Programs
  • Conclusion

3
JROTC Overview
JROTC Goals
Measures of Effectiveness SY 08-09
  • Promote citizenship
  • Develop leadership critical/creative thinking
  • Teach to Communicate effectively
  • Improve physical fitness
  • Provide incentive to live drug-free
  • Strengthen positive self-motivation
  • Provide global awareness to include a historical
    perspective of military service
  • Train to work as a team member
  • Inspire to graduate from High School, attend
    institutions of higher learning, and pursue
    meaningful careers particularly in the areas of
    science, technology, engineering, mathematics

JROTC Curriculum
  • Citizenship in Action, Leadership Theory and
    Application
  • Foundations for Success in Wellness, Fitness,
    and First Aid
  • Geography, Map Skills and Environmental
    Awareness
  • Citizenship in American History and Government
  • Cadet Safety and Civilian Marksmanship Program
    (Optional)
  • Integrated Curricular Activities

286,000 High School Cadets 1645 JROTC Units 31
NDCC Units
  • National Competitions
  • JROTC Leadership Symposium Academic Bowl
    (JLAB)
  • Air Rifle (Army Championship and All-Service)
  • Precision Drill (Regional Army JROTC,
    All-Service National)
  • Physical Fitness

4
JROTC Structure
5
JROTC History
  • National Defense Act (as amended) of 1916
    established the JROTC program and the National
    Defense Cadet Corps (NDCC)
  • 1964 changed use of active duty instructors to
    retirees - opened program to other services
  • 1973 authorized female participants
  • 2007 NDAA established JROTC Expansion goal of
    3,600 of JROTC programs by 2014
  • Today Largest program within the Army popular
    support and congressional endorsement

1,910 vs 1,731
6
Laws, Regulations, and Directives
  • National Defense Act 1916 Established concept
    of citizens Army, merged NG, AR and RA into the
    Army of United States and presented military
    instruction to Officers at colleges and
    universities (ROTC). Organized JROTC at all
    other public or private educational institutions
  • The ROTC Revitalization Act of 1964 Directs
    military departments establish JROTC at qualified
    secondary schools. Established 2 and 4 year
    programs for Officers at college and universities
  • U.S. Code, Title 10, Section 2031 Outlines
    Junior Reserves Officers Training Corps for all
    services. Instill in students in U.S. secondary
    educational institutions the values of
    citizenship, service to the U.S. and personal
    responsibility and a sense of accomplishment
  • U.S. Code, Title 10, Section 4651 Provides the
    authority for National Defense Cadet Corps, Army.
    SecArmy may issue arms, tentage, and equipment
    necessary for military training to any
    educational institution at which no unit of the
    ROTC is maintained

7
  • Strategic Plan
  • Goal 1 Qualify, certify, train, retain, and
    manage competent, professional instructors
  • Goal 2 Maintain a world-class citizenship
    curriculum within the character/leadership
    development program of instruction
  • Goal 3 Lead, guide, and direct a viable,
    responsive evolution of the JROTC program

8
Types of Programs
  • National Defense Cadet Corps (NDCC) (31 NDCC)
  • Military Institutes, Academies, and Junior
    Colleges (32 JROTC units are located in Military
    Institutes, Academies and Junior Colleges)
  • Public Schools (1604 JROTC units in public high
    schools)
  • Private Schools (9 JROTC units in private
    schools)
  • Alternative Schools (An alternative school is an
    educational setting designed to meet needs of
    children and adolescents that cannot be
    adequately addressed in a traditional school
    environment)
  • Middle and elementary adopt-a-schools (Directed
    by CCR 145-2)
  • Correctional Centers (Inside the wire
    Birchwood, Columbia, SC and John Smyth, Hanover,
    VA)

9
Program Responsibilities
Title 10, US Code Section 2031 DODI 1203.15 AR
145-2 CCR 145-2 Contract
  • What the Army provides
  • Educational/audiovisual materials
  • Classroom equipment
  • Student books, curriculum guides,
    instructor materials
  • Unit support and maintenance funding
  • Uniforms and organizational equipment
  • Special team equipment (Color Guard, Drill
    Teams, Marksmanship Teams)
  • Partial instructor salary reimbursement
  • What we dont do
  • Require a service obligation
  • Recruit for the Armed Forces
  • Conduct combat skills training

10
JROTC Instructor Status
  • GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Retired E-6 through O-6
  • No record of military or civilian adverse actions
  • Meet the retention medical fitness standards and
    weight standards of CCR 145-2
  • Meet height and weight standard 30 male body
    fat and 36 female body fat
  • No speech impediment
  • No medical disqualifiers (i.e., heart disease,
    asthma, pace makers)
  • VA disabilities gt 30 require medical review
  • Have an excellent record of military performance
  • Have the mentality, personality, appearance and
    bearing to represent The Army well in the
    civilian community
  • Have good moral character, instructional ability,
    and be able to challenge, motivate and influence
    young people in a positive manner
  • Completion of initial qualification training,
    satisfactory interview, and be determined by
    Cadet Command to meet the criteria

Instructors 3992 employed 1932 certified
(waiting list) 144 vacant positions
Hired and employed by the school
Certified by the Army
11
21st Century Learner Framework
  • Standards and Assessments, Curriculum
    Instruction,
  • Professional Development, Learning Environments

12
JROTC Connection to the 21st Century
  • Leadership
  • Service Learning
  • Technology Skills
  • Citizenship
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Learning skills
  • Communication skills
  • Financial Planning
  • Life skills
  • Career skills


13
21st Century Vision Design
Hands-on
InteractiveActivities
Feedback
14
International Accreditation
Southern Association of Colleges
Schools/Council on Accreditation and School
Improvement
  • Comments
  • .it shed most of its early military content.
    citizenship, communications, leadership, life
    skills evolved as the core
  • improved student-centered curriculumreinforces
    competencies taught in other academic subjects
  • learning styles, multiple intelligences,
    critical thinking strategies, reflectionused to
    build a quality educational program
  • The team commends AJROTC on
  • the implementation of a comprehensive quality of
    educational delivery system for students
  • an educational model that ensures student
    success
  • its use of technology, especially in the
    classrooms utilized for instruction

15
Learner-Centered, Performance-Based Learning
Students
  • Learn skills they can use not outlines of
    information
  • Know the performance expectations up front
  • Engage as a active partners in the learning
    process
  • Document accomplishments and competence
  • Learn how to learn

16
Curriculum Overview
  • Interactive Multi-media
  • Higher Order Thinking Tools
  • Learning Styles/Emotional Intelligence
    Assessments
  • Thinking Maps
  • Service Learning
  • SAT/ACT Prep
  • College Entrance Planning
  • Serious gaming
  • Response Systems
  • Internationally Accredited by
  • SACS/CASI




17
Program of Instruction
Leadership Education Training (LET)
  •   Course LET 1 LET 2 LET 3 LET 4 TOTAL
  •          
  •  Unit 1-Citizenship in Action 18   2  6 26
  •  Unit 2-Leadership Theory App 18   12 10 40
  •  Unit 3-Foundations for Success 30   36 16 82
  •  Unit 4-Wellness/Fitness/Frst Aid  28     28
  •  Unit 5-Geography, Map Skills   2    2
  •  Unit 6-Citizenship/History/Govt  36 16   52
  • Leadership Application 20 20 20 20 80
  •  Cadet Challenge  10 10 10 10 40
  •  Service Learning/Cty Service 10 10 10 10 40
  •  Administration/Testing/Inspections 24 24 24 24 96
  •  Additional Teaching Leadership
    Hours 0 0 0 34 34
  • State JROTC Elective Hours 50 50 50 50 200
  • TOTAL HOURS  180 180 180 180 720
  • Note 25 reduction does not apply to required
    lessons.

18
Thinking Maps for Advanced Thought Processes
Thinking Maps are a common visual language in
the learning community for transferring thinking
processes, integrating learning, and for
continuously assessing progress.
19
Personal Awareness Tools
  • Winning Colors behavioral assessment
  • The Success Profiler is a systematic,
    research-based assessment and skill-building
    system designed for
  • Purpose
  • Learn how to manage anger
  • Adapt to change
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Enhance ability to learn
  • Promote sensitivity diversity
  • Build teamwork skills
  • Prevent violent behavior
  • Profile
  • Anger Management Profile
  • The Change Profile
  • The Leadership Profile
  • The Learning Profile
  • The Sensitivity Profile
  • The Team Profile
  • The Violence Prevention Profile

19
20
Tree Map of Phases in Each Lesson
20
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21
Student Learning Plans
  • The Student Learning Plan
  • mirrors the Instructors
  • Lesson Plan to
  • Answer the questions students need to know
  • Guide students through the four-phase lesson
  • Help learners take responsibility for own
    learning
  • Support student metacognition

All Lessons Contain Learning Plans
22
Information Technology (provided by JROTC)
  • JROTC Classroom Automation Equipment
  • Computer (one per instructor/one per classroom)
  • LCD Projector
  • Screen
  • Multifunction Unit (copier, printer, scanner,
    FAX)
  • Digital Camera
  • 32 TV
  • DVD Player
  • Walk and Talk Smart-board
  • Classroom Performance System (CPS)

23
JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC)
No War Fighting
  • FOCUS ON
  • Adventure training
  • Leadership development
  • Confidence Building

24
JCLC Program of Instruction
  • Core
  • Rappelling
  • Leadership Reaction Course (LRC)
  • Map Reading and Land Navigation
  • Water Survival
  • Awards/Graduation Ceremonies
  • Optional
  • Marksmanship and Air Rifle Safety
  • White Water Rafting/Canoeing
  • Static Displays
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Sessions
  • Organized Activities
  • Math and Science
  • (JCLC or On-Campus)
  • Integrated
  • Physical Fitness
  • Leadership
  • Drill and Ceremonies
  • Personal Hygiene and Field Sanitation

25
JROTCs Collective Approach
  • Holistic View of 21st Century Education

Critical for bringing real world content into
the classroom
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JROTCs Collective Approach
  • Holistic View of 21st Century Education
  • JROTC has partnered and/or collaborated with 20
    organizations that --
  • share our vision
  • align with our program outcomes
  • have the capacity to improve educational
    opportunities for those who need it most!

27
DoD Partner Hosts JROTCDistance Learning Courses
  • How to Write Effectively
  • Internet Safety
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Improve Test Taking Skills
  • Time Management
  • First Aid

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50 STEM Partners in Education
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THE RESULT
SERIOUS GAMES
DIGITAL SOLUTIONS TO MANAGE , DELIVER, and ASSESS
INSTRUCTION
30
THE Reward
31
  • JROTC is a large, popular Program that
  • Hails a world class curriculum that employs
    student-centered learning and enhances program
    popularity
  • Teaches citizenship and leadership roles
  • Integrates current instructional strategies
  • Maximizes award winning multi-media materials
  • Aligns to National and State Standards
  • Offers college credit to cadets and instructors
  • Hosts quality competitions to motivate cadets

32
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