Motivating young people to be better citizens Building

Motivating young people to be better citizens Building a Framework for Learning JROTC Leadership Education and Training (Leadership, Character, and Student Success) Motivating young people to be better citizens Agenda Project Partnership for all Students Success (PASS) Program Overview Challenges Curriculum Manager Our Goal Conclusion Motivating young people to be better citizens Take Aways Awareness of the State of Cadet Command A deeper knowledge of why we do what we do Confidence in the direction of the curriculum A mental framework for curriculum design efforts

Clarity about the role of the JROTC instructor Why JROTC is successful Partnership for All Student Success (PASS) States/Schools/Students Motivating young people to be better citizens Six states (Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Kansas, Mississippi, Nebraska) will participate in the pilot Eligible Local Education Agencies (LEA) select one high school and the high schools feeder middle schools to participate in Project PASS High schools must have an attrition rate of at least 30% and currently be in School Improvement, Corrective Action, or Restructuring Students at these schools will self-select into the program through a schoolbased application process Students may begin participating in middle school and remain in Project PASS through their high school careers JROTC Overview Motivating young people to be better citizens Measures of Effectiveness SY 08-09 School JROTC Attendance

90% 93% Graduation (Seniors) 86% 98% Indiscipline 15% 5% Drop Out 3% <1% GPA 2.7 2.9

JROTC Curriculum JROTC Goals 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 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 5 Quantitative Justification Motivating young people to be better citizens Maryland High School Students SY 2008-2009

Non-Cadets JROTC Cadets GPA 2.60 2.72 SAT 1139.12 1252.64 Graduation Rate 93.70% 98.24% Suspensions 15.09% 5.58%

Dropouts 1.93% 0.21% In Maryland, 9.18% of HS students are enrolled in Army JROTC. JROTC Cadets were awarded $4,092,460 in scholarship money. JROTC Cadets and Instructors performed 47,352 hours of community service. Challenges Motivating young people to be better citizens Re-location to Fort Knox Brigade Realignment Expansion

Budget/Funding Uniforms Credit & Licensure Continued Accreditation Technology Actual Curriculum Use Training Support

JROTC Branding Crisis in Education Your Weapon = Military + Academic Achievement & Technology 7 U.S. Education On-Going Challenge Motivating young people to be better citizens For the last two decades the graduation rate has remained relatively stable Overall 70% African American 56% Hispanic 52% Which means each year 3.5 million youth ages 16 to 25 are not enrolled in school and do not have a high school diploma! Information adapted from Information Paper, LTC Buck, ATAL-AM, U.S. Army Education Working Paper No. 8. Public High School Graduation and College Readiness Rates: 1991-2002, by Jay P. Greene and Marcus A. Winters, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, February, 2005. Accessed on the Internet at http://www.manhattaninstitute.org/html/ewp_08.htm, 29 Nov 07. [1]

The Silent Epidemic: Perspectives of High School Dropouts, By John M. Bridgeland, John J. DiIulio, Jr. and Karen Burke Morison, Civic Enterprises in Association with Peter D. Hart Research Associates: March, 2006; page, 1. [1] U.S. Student Perspective Motivating young people to be better citizens The Reason? The Percentage Class not interesting 47% Not motivated or inspired 68% Outside Events had to get a job, 32% care for tasks at home, 22% became a parent, 26% Falling behind/Missed too many days of school

43% Felt unprepared by elementary and middle school years 45% Too much freedom/not enough rules 38% Little to no parental involvement 41% Information adapted from Information Paper, LTC Buck, ATAL-AM, U.S. Army The Silent Epidemic: Perspectives of High School Dropouts, By John M. Bridgeland, John J. DiIulio, Jr. and Karen Burke Morison, Civic Enterprises in Association with Peter D. Hart Research Associates: March, 2006; page, 1. [1] The Goal Motivating young people to be better citizens Work on the Challenges ..but keep the Goal in mind So what is the Goal? To Win the War

Your New Weapon Motivating young people to be better citizens = The Time to Improve is Now Motivating young people to be better citizens The moment to attack, is more important than all others. Recognizing and acting at that moment is key. Action is hesitations enemy. Among military leaders there is an adage that a 70 percent solution acted on immediately is always better than a perfect solution acted on later. 12 We Have Reached the 70% Solution Motivating young people to be better citizens with a team effort!! Motivating young people to be better citizens

The Instructional Designers Nancy Hite LaDonna Haynes-Cottrell Project Lead and Sr ISD ISD Caryn Small ISD Motivating young people to be better citizens The Programmers Husam Saoudi Teresa Hahn Lead Software Developer Software Developer Janice Donovan Web DL Developer Motivating young people to be better citizens The Graphic Artists Carl Early Video Editor and 3D Animator

Emily Knick Chris Toon Video Editor and 3D Animator Video Editor and 3D Animator Motivating young people to be better citizens Narrator Jennifer Willis Narrator for Cadet DL QA John Williams Lead QA and Analyst/Programme r Motivating young people to be better citizens SAIC eInstruction Janet Sankar

ISD/Training Developer Steve Huff, Ph.D Director of Federal Accounts Sonny Bynum Magic Man 18 Motivating young people to be better citizens WIDS Team Leah Osborn Hal Zenisek Kim Vosicky My Right Hand, Bryon Motivating young people to be better citizens ....z z z z z z z z z These civil service hours of 5 to 8 and sometimes

midnight are killing me! 20 21st Century Vision & Design Motivating young people to be better citizens Learning Model Student-centered Meaningful interaction with instructional Hands-on Interactive Activities & Feedback materials, peers, and instructors Hands-on experience (action learning) Modular 4yr course design Academic Rigor, Relevancy, & Relationships curriculum designed and developed by

Leveraged Technology interactive multimedia, games, and simulations experienced educators up to the doctorate level challenge cadets to analyze, plan, manage, write, speak, reflect, and improve reach-back access, embedded, and live support for a geographically dispersed organization Leadership/Citizenship Development Model Formal and informal mechanisms to maximize individual potential. For example: Team Competitions; Unit Leadership Roles & Responsibilities; Service Learning; Peer Mentorship; Adopt-a-School program The Challenge & Mission Motivating young people to be better citizens 22

The Challenge (3 Clicks or less) Motivating young people to be better citizens ADMIN TIME Log In Training/ How Tos Instructional Effectiveness Planning Build MTS Attendance/ Roster Deliver Instruction 23 Its All in There! Motivating young people to be better citizens Embedded Training JUMS & School Calendar Data Exchange

Revised Lessons Designed for Block & Traditional Schedules Lesson Links for: 3rd Party Software History Timeline NEW Quarterbacks of Life Lessons Cadet Distance Learning Enhanced Success Profiler Revised POI Increased Flex for meeting requirements! Revised MTS and Reporting Process NEW Financing College Distance Learning Based on Research Motivating young people to be better citizens Learner Centered and Performance-based Outcomes-based framework and critical thinking [Robert Marzano] Blooms Taxonomy [Benjamin Bloom, et. al.] Understanding by design and authentic assessment [Grant

Wiggins/Jay McTighe] Brain compatible learning and 4-phase lesson plan [Steven Dunn] Multiple intelligences [Howard Gardner/Thomas Armstrong] Differentiated learning [Carol Ann Tomlinson] Learning for results [Michael Schmoker] Thinking Maps [David Hyerle] Learning Styles [Bernice McCarthy] Motivating young people to be better citizens This is your -EVIDENCE OF SCIENCE BEHIND THE DESIGN

This is your -SCRIPT FOR RESEARCH BASED INSTRUCTION Competencies Motivating young people to be better citizens Address the intended learning results Describe discipline-specific skills, knowledge, and attitudes that are measurable and observable. Provide specifications for assessing mastery of a competency. Show they were learned when applied in the completion of assessment tasks that require one or more of the following:

make a decision perform a skill perform a service solve a problem create a product Student Learning Plans Motivating young people to be better citizens Each lesson includes a Student Learning Plan that 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 Student Learning plan Why is this important? What will I learn to do?

How will I know that Im succeeding? What knowledge and skills will I learn along the way? How will I learn to do it? How will I show that I have learned? Current Lesson Plan Motivating young people to be better citizens Before Class Energizer Phase Reflection Questions Pick Lesson Inquire Phase Current Lesson Presentation &

Reflection Questions Gather Phase Reflection Questions Process Phase Apply Phase Assessment Reflection Questions Revised Lesson Plan Design Energizer Phase Before Class Motivating young people to be better citizens Pick Lesson Self Assessment Focusing Inquire

Phase Keywords Reflection Student Picker Icon Reflection Student Picker Icon Agree /Disagree Statements Gather Phase Reinforcement Application Process Phase Application Application Apply Phase

Reflection Student Picker Icon Reflection Student Picker Icon Application Assessment Reflection Student Picker Icon Health and PE curriculum Motivating young people to be better citizens HEALTH LESSONS IN ORDER FOR TEXT PE LESSONS IN ORDER FOR TEXTBOOK U4-C1-L1 Choosing the Right Exercise Program for You 180

U3-C1-L5 Pathway to Success [Quarterbacks of Life] 90 U4-C1-L3 The Components of Whole Health 90 U2-C3-L1 Development 180 U4-C1-L4 Nutrition - You Are What You Eat 180 U4-C1-L6 Controlling Fat

90 U4-C1-L7 Taking Care of Yourself 90 U2-C1-L5 Sexual Harrassment/Assault 90 U2-C3-L2 Goal Setting (w/QBOL SS1) 90 U4-C1-L8 Understanding and Controlling Stress 90 U4-C3-L1

Use & Effect of Drugs, Alcohol, and Substances 90 U4-C3-L2 Critical Decisions about Substances [Interactive Nights Out] 90 U3-C1-L1 Self Awareness (with QBOL SS2) 180 U3-C1-L2 Appreciating Diversity through Winning Colors 90 U2-C4-L1 Celebrating Differences - Culture and Individual Diversity 90

Causes of Conflict 90 U4-C1-L2 Cadet Challenge (62 units) 1400 U2-C1-L1 Leadership Defined 90 U2-C1-L2 Leadership Reshuffled 90 U2-C1-L3 Leadership from the Inside Out 90

U2-C1-L4 Principles and Leadership 90 U2-C2-L1 Steps from the Past 90 U2-C2-L2 Roles of Leaders and Followers in Drill 90 U3-C5-L1 U3-C5-L2 Conflict Resolution Techniques [Just Two Days] 90 U2-C2-L3 Using Your Leadership Skills/Taking Charge

90 U3-C7-L2 Conflict Resolution and Diversity [Hate Comes Home] 90 U3-C7-L3 Conflict Mediation 90 U3-C7-L4 Violence Prevention [Violence Prevention Profiler] 90 U3-C4-L1 The Communication Process 90 U3-C4-L2

Becoming a Better Listener 90 U3-C4-L3 Communicating in Groups (with QBOL SS3) 90 U2-C6-L4 Communication 90 U2-C6-L5 Motivation 90 U2-C4-L4 Decision Making and Problem Solving (w/QBOL SS4) 90

U2-C4-L3 Negotiating 90 U2-C4-L2 Performance Indicators 90 U2-C4-L9 Mentoring 90 Power Bases and Influence 90 U2-C2-L4 Stationary Movements 90

U2-C2-L5 Steps and Marching 90 U2-C2-L6 U2-C5-L1 U2-C5-L2 U2-C5-L3 Squad Drill Platoon Drill Taking Charge--Knowing Your Responsibilities as a Leader Company Formations and Movement 90 90 90 90 U2-C5-L4 Forming, Inspecting, and Dismissing the Battalion 90

U2-C6-L1 U4-C1-L5 At Risk - Suicide Symptoms and Prevention (w/ QBOL SS5) 90 U2-C6-L2 Styles of Leadership 90 U4-C2-L1 The Need for First Aid/Your Response 90 U4-C2-L2 The First Life-Saving Steps 90 U4-C2-L3 Controlling Bleeding

90 U4-C2-L4 Treating for Shock and Immobilizing Fractures 90 U4-C2-L5 First Aid for Burns 90 U4-C2-L6 First Aid for Poisons, Wounds, and Bruises 90 Heat Injuries 90 U2-C6-L3 Management Skills

90 U3-C12-L1 Preparing to Teach 90 U3-C12-L2 Using and Developing Lesson Plans 90 U3-C12-L3 Delivering Instruction 90 U4-C2-L7 U4-C2-L8 Cold Weather Injuries 90

U3-C12-L4 Use Variety in Your Lesson Plan 90 U4-C2-L9 Bites, Stings, and Poisonous Hazards 90 Enhancements/Learning Strategies Motivating young people to be better citizens Success Profiler/Personal Skills Map Winning Colors You the People eCybermission Written Communication for Sergeants Chief Justice

Thinking Maps Service Learning JLAB PA Veterans CPS High School Financial Planning Program Financing College and Admissions March2Success We the People Junior Achievement Quarterbacks of Life Cultural Awareness (AFJROTC) Prevention of Sexual Assault Motivating young people to be better citizens It is NECESSARY for SAIs and

AIs to work as a team to maintain the integrity of the JROTC unit and prevent the perception of inappropriate relationships This scenario based simulation from WILL Interactive will include choices to react to: the appearance of an inappropriate relationship between a colleague and a student and inappropriate attentions and attempts to interact from a student what to do Cadet dL Courses Motivating young people to be better citizens www.JROTCDL.com FOR CADETS!

How to Write Effectively Internet Safety Conflict Resolution Improve Test Taking Skills Time Management First Aid Financing College 34 Your Role & Responsibility Motivating young people to be better citizens Your Role & Responsibility Motivating young people to be better citizens In JROTC I Learned to: Motivating young people to be better citizens Be a confident, organized leader Communicate orally and in writing Develop a capacity for life-long learning Take responsibility for my actions and choices Do my share as a good citizen in my school, community, country, & the world

Treat myself and others with respect Learn how to learn/Apply critical thinking techniques How to be fit and adopt a healthy lifestyle Graduate from High School & Pursue a meaningful and productive career I Learned Through A: Motivating young people to be better citizens 21st Century JROTC Multi-media Curriculum which includes: Global Awareness Financial, Economic, Business, and Entrepreneurial Literacy Civic Literacy Health and Wellness Awareness

Learning and Thinking Skills Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Literacy Life Skills (to include leadership) 21st Century Assessments (high quality standardized testing along with effective classroom assessments) Source: Partnership for 21 st Century Skills www.21centuryskills.org 38 I Traveled Because of Competence in: Motivating young people to be better citizens Precision Drill SAT and ACT Test Questions Leadership Tenets Citizenship Skills

Army Values Cultural Awareness Technology Curriculum Knowledge Current Event Awareness Financial Literacy Orienteering Skills Teamwork Nutrition, Fitness, & First Aid Marksmanship Proficiency JROTC Academic Bowl and Leadership Symposium (JLAB) Washington DC When I Arrived I Had a Weak Leader Profile On the Skills Map Assessment used in JROTC Motivating young people to be better citizens Now I am a Successful Leader with a College Scholarship Motivating young people to be better citizens I Overcame Challenges Motivating young people to be better citizens Challenges: Cerebral palsy legally blind even with corrective

lenses Corey Napolitano MG Bartell, Coreys brother Connor Victories Successful JROTC Graduate Named a top 100 Senior I Dare You reward 3.74 GPA 4-H scholarship for academic achievement & leadership Scholarship to Lipscomb Because of My JROTC Instructors Motivating young people to be better citizens I want to help others. Motivating young people to be better citizens is one of the basic principles of JROTC, but it is more than just a motto to me. It has become my personal mission statement. Not being someone most teenagers would choose to hang out with, I found a strong group of peers in the JROTC program together with caring and supportive adult leaders. JROTC gave me the foundation to focus on leadership skills, the opportunity to serve others by completing many hours of community service, and most importantly; the feeling of acceptance.

And to think it all happened because I did not want to take PE. 43 And They Showed their Appreciation Motivating young people to be better citizens 44 The Other Cadets Stood in Line to Get Motivating young people to be better citizens 45 Their Pictures Taken with Me Motivating young people to be better citizens 46 You Do it Right! Motivating young people to be better citizens 47 Thank You! Motivating young people to be better citizens

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