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Identifying the State of the Art in E-Learning with the

Learning Data. To modernize courses and enable information sharing, learning technologies must be able to collect and output learning data. There are several popular standards for data. xAPI is an example of one method for capturing, standardizing, and sharing human performance data. Within xAPI, all learning experiences can be represented as

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Journal of Military Learning (JML)

The JML is the Army University’s professional educational journal, bringing current adult learning discussions and current educational research from the field for the development of our current and future leaders, current PME faculty, and all levels of Army staffs.

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U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Virtual …

Blended learning has seen growth over time, primarily because of the increasing accessibility of technol-ogy and ongoing interest in digital learning technologies. Many education advocates have spoken to the advantages of blended learning in the classroom, such as student-centered instruction, data collection, and increased engagement.

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The Changing Face of Military Learning

What is Learning? - Focus On Inquiry

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Metacognitive Reflection: The Framework for Facilitating

Learning outcomes are cognitively and emotionally complex and only temporary and casually organized (Olivares, 2011). Making sense of and effectively assimilating learning requires self-awareness and reflection (Bourner, 2003), but the resources of time, development, and intentionality needed to utilize reflective learning are seldom expended.

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Leader Development, Learning Agility, and the Army …

Leader Development, Learning Agility, and the Army Profession, n learning agility and the notion that learning-agile leaders apply previous learning and embrace new learning in novel or ill-defined environments. The methods of training for the versatile performance of future leaders must be maintained and encouraged to ensure that those men and women are well able to navigate the unknown and

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Motivating and Educating Millennials

The Army’s adaptive, continuous learning model that is routinely improved to provide quality, relevant, and effective learning experiences through outcome-oriented instructional strategies that foster thinking, initiative, and provide operationally relevant context which extends learning beyond the learning institution in a career-long

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Journal of Military Learning (JML)

The JML is the Army University’s professional educational journal, bringing current adult learning discussions and current educational research from the field for the development of our current and future leaders, current PME faculty, and all levels of Army staffs.

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Learning Challenges Faced by Transitioning Military

Adult learning is an ongoing and continuous process within the military. Ci-vilians who join the Army receive months of intense training that emphasizes the fundamentals of soldiering as well as the Army’s core traditions, standards, and ethics (Military OneSource, 2018). …

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Metacognition and the Military Student

Metacognition and the Connection to Professional Military Education. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s (2019) Vision and Guidance for Professional Military Education and Talent Management emphasizes consistently prioritizing critical and creative thinking, continuous learning, and …

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The Changing Face of Military Learning

2. Build upon the foundations of data-driven learning. 3. Foster a learning culture at the organizational level. 4. Encourage and empower social learning. 5. Draw upon deliberate practices and the evidence-based body of knowledge from learning science. If effectively realized, these conditions will construct a pervasive learning context

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The Challenges of Distance Learning

tion courses to the distance learning domain (Cox, 2020). The concern is that there still exists a disparity in grad-uation rates between resident (on campus) and distance learners. Students attending the distance version of the Sergeants Major Course (SMC) are often unprepared for the rigors and unique obstacles of distance education. This

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Learning at a Distance

Distributed learning is integrated into the Army learning model as found in U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Pamphlet (TP) 525-8-2, The U.S. Army Learning Concept for 2015.The Army learning model is a “framework comprised of elements that together create a learner-centric, career-long continuum of learning that is continuously accessible and provides learning at the point …

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military journal of learning

learning play a more significant role in predicting better military performance as a study conducted with Argentinean cadets showed that in their first year, cadets who performed at higher military levels showed higher ratings on the love of learning com - pared to cadets with lower levels of performance (Matthews, 2008). A study on the

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Insights for a Committed Learning Environment

Insights for a Committed Learning Environment, When educating adults, it is critically important to create a committed versus compliant learning environment, which inspires one to learn very deeply on wide variety of complex subjects and their associated challenges. A committed learning environment creates insights that will be deeply ingrained into one’s thinking so they can be implicitly

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Upcoming Conferences of Note

EduData Summit (EDS) is a premier forum for data-driven educators. Learn and share best practices regarding big data, predictive analytics, learning analytics, and education. June 28–29, 2021: Army University Learning Symposium. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. More information to be published.

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Optimizing Learning Outcomes and Development

Optimizing Learning Outcomes For learning to be effective in the U.S. Army it is essential to follow modern content design and prac-tices, but there must also be a process to transfer what students have learned by creating objectives in practical exercises and applications (Weber, 2014). To further optimize learning outcomes, the U.S. Army

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Online Collaborative Course Design for Army E-Learning

The authors propose that learner interaction and engagement in distance learning courses require more than routine interactive treatments such as dragging and dropping objects. User experience and interactivity within the Army’s offering of online courses should include levels of collaboration, along with social presence in each course. A discussion of related educational theories and design

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Army University Press > Journals > Journal of Military

Welcome to the October 2021 edition of the Journal of Military Learning (JML).This edition of the JML includes a peer-reviewed manuscript from the Columbian Army, an article of interest from U.S. Army ROTC, and two best practices from the U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Army War College. The topics cover trait development, student expectations and motivation, the influence of social factors

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Upcoming-Conferences-of-Note

August 2–5, 2021: Distance Teaching and Learning Conference. Madison, Wisconsin. https://dtlconference.wisc.edu/. This conference emphasizes evidence-based practice, educational innovation, and practical applications of theories and research findings in the field of distance education and online learning.

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Student Motivation, Expectation and Engagement, and Views

In terms of adult learning, Confessore and Confessore (1992) explain that there might be situations where teacher-directed learning is the preferred method over self-direct-ed learning. However, even in this instance, which is common in the army (e.g., Xu et al., 2013), Knowles (1975) argues that the learner is still responsible for his or her own

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2013). The learning theory also includes the concept of learning barriers in the three dimensions, and any one of those barriers can impair or misdirect learning (Illeris, 2007). This learning theory therefore includes elements of both cognitive construc-tive and social constructive learning theories with the added component of learning barriers.

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Teaching Professional Use of Critical Thinking to Officer

48 Apr 2021Journal of Military Learning this. In an equally fundamental way, it must also lead officer-cadets to learn how to use it professionally; that is, within the framework of their future duties and respon- sibilities as officers. If properly conceived and framed by clear guidelines, critical

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Learning Organizations Transforming U.S. Air Force

Learning Organizations Transforming U.S. Air Force Squadrons from Masters of Adaptation to Engines of Innovation, MILITARY REVIEW ONLINE EXCLUSIVE · OCTOBER 2017, There is little doubt that Chief of Staff of the Air Force Gen. David L. Goldfein believes in the power of squadrons—but do they deserve it? Goldfein highlighted squadrons in his first focus paper as chief of …

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Insights for a Committed Learning Environment

learning environment from curriculum, seminar, and student perspectives, a short examination of the USAWC’s seminar composition, faculty teaching team, and cur-riculum is warranted. This will enable the reader to better apply insights from this chapter to …

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Reengineering Army Education for Adult Learners

learning that has clear relevance or impact on their job, and (4) adult learning is prob-lem-centered rather than content-oriented.12 Thus, andragogy is a learner-focused the-ory in which learners are internally motivated to construct knowledge by drawing upon

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Andragogy in action: Applying modern principles of adult learning. Jossey-Bass. Knowles, M. (1988). The modern practice of adult education: From pedagogy to andragogy. Cambridge. Kolb, A., & Kolb, D. (2011). The Kolb learning style inventory 4.0: A comprehensive guide to the theory, psychometrics, research on validity, and educational

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Teaching Noncommissioned Officer Professional Military

Online learning is constantly evolving with the advent of new educational technology that will require new online teaching skills and methodologies (Ferdig et al., 2020). The Future. Facilitators learned and continue to learn many lessons from making these changes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. They realized the need for educational

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P E RE H S T S F A S APOJ 16-35 O S R N T K A LE H

without learning. The learning could be as simple as mastering common soldier tasks or as complex as preparing for a new regional area of responsibility. Whatever the case, learning requires the gaining of new knowledge, skills, and processes to modify behavior and gain results. 7. If the organization, like NASA, does not modify its behavior, it

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Lira An Engine for Army Learning

Learning is a “process of enculturation into a community of practice using social interaction among learners and between learners and teachers.” 21 Given that, colleges and universities use their centers of learning to address teaching and learning strategies that most assist the learner in a specific learning environment rather than

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Creating the Blended Online Community Leadership Model

the encompassing structure of the learning environment and the process. Facilitating discourse involves understanding the role of the learning community as a promoter of the construction of knowledge and meaning where a convergence of interest, commit-ment, motivation, and learning takes place (Gutierrez-Santiuste et al., 2015). The last

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NCO History: A Prerequisite to Promotion

learning course would be a more cost effective way to teach this information than a traditional residential or locational model which would require the extension of professional military education courses (Judy, 2016; Winkler, Leonard, & Shanley, 2002). These solutions

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Learning “The Dreadful Trade of Death”

Learning "The Dreadful Trade of Death" Training the U.S. Army at Legionville, 1792-1793 Timothy C. Hemmis. Download the PDF

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The Learning Enterprise Assistance Program

60 Apr 2019Journal of Military Learning The Learning Enterprise Assistance Program Customer Service at the Point of Need Keith R. Beurskens, Maycie Crozier, and Jayson B. Dodge Army University Abstract Army University (ArmyU) was established 7 July 2015. One of the organization’s roles is to identify and promulgate innovative

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