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6 Through study in the sciences and mathematics, social sciences, humanities, histories, languages, and the arts MSL 101: Leadership & Personal Development-Personal Development: • Define the basic elements of stress and stress management • Identify benefits of healthy nutrition and diet in a personal fitness program • Develop short & long-term goals for a personal health and fitness program MSL101: Leadership & Personal Development-Officership • Understand the impact of different cultures on leader development MSL202: Foundations of Leadership-Officership • Identify various sources of information about terrorism and to help you make informed decisions in an emergency MSL301: Adaptive Team Leadership-Personal Development • Define standards for the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) • Write short-term and long-term goals to prepare for APFT • Describe the factors of Suicide Prevention MSL402: Leadership in a Complex World-Officership • Develop and present a battle analysis case study brief of a historic military battle • Explain how cultural awareness can impact a unit and mission • Identify and explain the culture of terrorism • Understand the different non-gov. orgs, civilians on the battlefield, and host nation support that can impact unit operations MSL402: Leadership in a Complex World-Tactics and Techniques • Explain counterinsurgency operations in Unified Land Operations Intellectual and Practical Skills Practiced extensively, across the curriculum, in the context of progressively more challenging problems, projects, and standards for performance Inquiry & analysis Cadets had to learn to understand the importance of leadership and personal challenge as it relates to leading. They demonstrated their level of inquiry and analysis via oral and written reflection, introspection and guided discussion. They also had to identify and define the basic elements of stress and stress management as it related to their personal development. We assessed their level of inquiry and analysis through exposure to controlled stress events during leadership labs and field training exercises. Cadets also had to analyze Army leader ethics and case studies, and demonstrate proper leader ethics via situational exercises and decision-making. MSIV’s (seniors) also learn and apply the Army’s Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) to a variety of different training and development situations in their roles as the battalion class leadership team. Critical thinking Critical thinking and decision-making are ELO’s that span our curriculum and grade levels. All Cadets are challenged to demonstrate critical thinking as it pertains to leadership (e.g. understanding the importance of leadership and personal challenge; connecting leader character and competence; distinguishing between leader attributes and core leader competencies, illustrating how an Army Leader leads, develops and achieves excellence, etc.), personal development (e.g. goal setting, time management, managing stress-induced situations, physical stamina), values and ethics (e.g. understanding, explaining and demonstrating the Warrior Ethos; listing and defining the Seven Army Values, understanding how they impact leadership, applying them as principles and explaining their relationship to key army programs, etc.), officership (e.g. explaining the importance of being a model citizen as an Army officer; understanding the impact of different

7 cultures on leader development; understanding the importance of exhibiting professionalism as an officer; explaining how cultural awareness impacts a unit and mission; demonstrating good management of personal finances, etc.), and tactics & techniques (e.g. working effectively in teams with others to solve problems; navigating on land as a team and individual; learning to issue operations orders; applying troop leading procedures to accomplish missions; mentoring and evaluating underclass Cadets, etc.). Problem solving We used a variety of different methods to develop and assess our Cadets’ abilities to solve problems. Scenario-based leadership labs, classroom situational exercises, virtual simulations, Field Leadership Reaction Courses, individual and group land navigational training, and small group projects are examples. Our MSIV’s (Seniors) are installed as Cass Leaders, and are therefore required to assess, plan and execute physical and tactical training, social and mentoring activities for all Cadets in the battalion. Additionally applying the Army’s MDMP process is a cornerstone objective that spans each of the ELO’s, and particularly the area of problem solving. For example, this year Cadets applied the MDMP for at least five different missions that spanned the entire calendar year. Written communication Written communication is something that is assessed across our curriculum at all levels. Cadets are given very specific assignments and topics to demonstrate their written communication skills, to include writing research papers on leadership theories and Army leader attributes and core competencies, reflection papers on their personal leadership growth and development, compiling battle analysis research and briefing materials, writing operations orders Oral communication All Cadets/students are required to demonstrate proficiency in oral communication. This past year we emphasized military briefings based on several requirements including research papers (e.g. leadership requirements model, battle analysis, etc.), application of the troop leading procedures through the operations process, tactical field training exercises (FTX’s), Cadet Staff Call meetings, and information/persuasive speeches. We also evaluated Cadets’ oral communication abilities using our LDP (Leadership Development Plan) Assessment Report (Blue Card) which assessed their performance based on sixteen different leadership dimensions. Quantitative literacy Information literacy We developed and assessed our Cadets’ ability to demonstrate information literacy via a variety of research projects, situational exercises, and in particular utilizing our virtual training scenarios. Teamwork Teamwork was evaluated via leadership labs, developing and executing a battalion field training exercise, weekly physical fitness training, small group projects, and developing group digital stories. Cadets also had to demonstrate teamwork by working together as the Cadet Battalion leadership team with responsibilities to plan and execute training and operations. Personal and Social Responsibility Anchored through active involvement with diverse communities and real-world challenges

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