George D. Keathley Department of Military Science School of Science and Technology

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George D. Keathley Department of Military Science School of Science and Technology. ARMY ROTC (Comanche Battalion) Minor in Military Science. Student Learning or Service Outcomes. Student learning or service outcomes Demonstrate leadership potential Act ethically and morally
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George D. KeathleyDepartment of Military Science School of Science and Technology ARMY ROTC (Comanche Battalion) Minor in Military Science Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Student Learning or Service Outcomes Student learning or service outcomes Demonstrate leadership potential Act ethically and morally Plan, execute and assess training Outcomes that are required by accrediting agencies Successful completion of the Leadership Development and Assessment Course (LDAC), Fort Lewis, WA Physical Fitness Land Navigation Leadership Assessment Military History Completion Degree completion Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Alignment of Outcomes Holistic alignment of student learning and service outcomes :
  • We prepare our students for real-world success (University Mission) as leaders in the United States Army (Active Duty, US Army Reserve and Army National Guard)
  • We teach and encourage high ethical standards and instill confidence to excel (School Mission)
  • We train, retain and develop students (cadets) to commission and serve as Lieutenants in the United States Army (Department Mission)
  • Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Measures of Learning and Service Outcomes
  • Direct measures of student learning outcomes
  • Leadership Evaluations
  • Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT)
  • Exams, Papers, Briefings and Small Group work
  • Practical Exercises (Land Navigation)
  • Indirect measures of student learning outcomes
  • After Action review(AAR)
  • Strategies or methodologies that address shortfalls in student learning or services prior to graduation
  • Mentorship Program
  • Additional training
  • Intervention (if not doing well)
  • Counseling
  • Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Report on actions from previously chosen three priority outcomes Not applicable this year Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 5 Leadership Assessment outcomesoutcome and measurements * See complete list of approved direct and indirect measurements (search program assessment on Cameron’s intranet) Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 6 Leadership Assessment data outcomes Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Analysis of Leadership Assessment data outcomes Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Action plan for Leadership Assessment outcomes Training on the proper way to rate and individual in the 23 criteria. Ratings are turned in every two weeks. Each rater’s performance is reviewed by faculty. No new resources needed to implement plan. Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) outcomesoutcome and measurements * See complete list of approved direct and indirect measurements (search program assessment on Cameron’s intranet) Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 10 Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) outcomesAssessment data Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) outcomesAnalysis of assessment data Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Action plan for Army Physical Fitness Test outcomes Conduct realistic, challenging and varied Physical Fitness Training to improve overall scores. Physical Fitness is conducted M, W, F from 6:00-7:00 am. Progress will be checked monthly in the form of the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT). Actual effectiveness of individual workouts will be analyzed weekly at the Battalion Training Meeting After Action Review (AAR) No new resources needed to implement plan. Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Land Navigation outcomesoutcome and measurements * See complete list of approved direct and indirect measurements (search program assessment on Cameron’s intranet) Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 14 Land Navigation assessment data outcomes Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Analysis of Land Navigation assessment data outcomes Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Action plan for Land Navigation outcomes Increase quantity and quality of Land Navigation instruction in the classroom and the field Land navigation is taught in class and leadership lab during both the Fall and Spring Semesters. Mentors and faculty are used to help newer students. Additional training is conducted if needed. No new resources needed to implement plan. Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010 Comanche Battalion Facts outcomes
  • 106 student cadets in the program
  • 63 contracted
  • 35 prior service (56% of contracted cadets)
  • 80 males (75%) and 26 females (25%)
  • Demographics: White(57%), Black(18%), Hispanic(16%), Asian(3%), American Indian (5%), Other (1%)
  • 7 Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) in footprint (Lawton/Wichita Falls)
  • 16 General Officer Alumni
  • Two brothers enrolled in our program
  • 2009/10 Achievements outcomes
  • MacArthur Award Winners (#1 of 36 schools in Brigade)
  • 10 of 44 Cadet Command Scholarship Recipients
  • 1st Place – Fort Sill Marine Corps Devil Dog Run (2008, 2009, 2010)
  • 1st Place – 2010 Ranger Challenge Competition (Co-ed) (OK/AR)
  • 1st Place – 2010 Ranger Challenge Competition (Male) (OK/AR)
  • AWARDS outcomes General MacArthur Award [Best Battalion in Brigade] 1992 1998 1999 2005 2007 2008 2009 Ranger Challenge Champions Runners up 1992 1995 1994 2004 2003 2006 2008 2009 (OK/AR) 2010 (OK/AR) Current Initiatives outcomes
  • Fort Sill/CU Army ROTC Partnership Program
  • - Field Artillery Captains mentor CU ROTC Seniors
  • Developing CU Army ROTC Alumni Program
  • - 2nd Annual CU ROTC Alumni Reunion (Feb 2011)
  • Wall of Heroes
  • Selected by USAAC as the ROTC Sexual Harassment / Assault Response & Prevention (SHARP) Program
  • Community Service/Volunteering
  • OBI Blood Drive
  • Red Cross
  • Clearing Ice Storm debris
  • Published information on graduates outcomes Program Quality Improvement Report 2009-2010
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