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NCOADLC

Course 15 Set A

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What are the EPME pillars? USAF Core Values, AFI 36-2618 The Enlisted Force Structure, USAF Doctrine Annex 1-1 Force Development and CJCS 1805.01A Enlisted Professional Military Education
What does the AF Core Values booklet explain? The core values booklet explains the ethical and moral obligations of AF employees, provides the foundation for professional character, and guides Airmen’s personal and professional conduct.
What can you use to evaluate your own behavior and actions of those around you? AF Core Values
What is AFI-2618? The Enlisted Force Structure is a document that details the responsibilities of all enlisted Airmen. It provides great insight into both the standards and methods used to accomplish individual duties.
What is the purpose of AFI-2618? To ensure that all enlisted Airmen understand what the Air Force expects from them at each rank.
What is the US Air Force Doctrine ANNEX 1-1, Force Development? A document that discusses leadership and force development principles and tenets that are experienced-based and rooted in all levels of the Air Force.
What should Airmen use as guidance for fulfilling their assigned duties and leadership responsibilities? US Air Force Doctrine ANNEX 1-1, Force Development
What document is the Air Force statement of leadership principles and force development, enabled by education and training, providing a framework for action ensuring Airmen can become effective leaders? US Air Force Doctrine ANNEX 1-1, Force Development
What is the CJCS 1805.01A, Enlisted Professional Military Education (EPME)? A document that defines CJCS objectives and policies regarding the educational and training institutions that comprise the EPME and EJPME programs.
What is the Enlisted Professional Military Education Program (EPMEP)? It provides guidance to military education and training institutions regarding Joint Learning Areas/Objectives (JLAs/JLOs) to achieve the goal of expanding “jointness” to all appropriate levels of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Other that the 4 EPME pillars, what are additional influences for NCOADLC? AF Learning Council (AFLC), HQAF, AFIs, CSAF, CMSgtAF
How often does the AFLC meet to discuss emerging leadership issues and to decide which issues should be covered in EPME? Twice a year
What are examples of priority leadership issues that HQAF insert into PME? Resiliency and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
What do PME objectives identify? The specific skills that will be developed at all officer and enlisted PME schools.
What do PME objectives promote? The development of officer and enlisted leaders who are proficient in their jobs; who understand air, space, and cyberspace power and Air Force doctrine; and who can apply critical thinking skills to solve complex problems.
What is the NCOA Mission Statement? “Prepare technical sergeants to be professional, warfighting Airmen who can lead and manage Air Force units in employment of air, space, and cyberspace power.”
What are the 4 volumes in the NCOADLC Curriculum Graduate Attributes? Operational Airman, Military Professional, Unit Manager, and Managerial Communicator
There are 7 Military Professional Graduate Attributes. List them out. 1. models of discipline, integrity, and courage with a strong understanding of and commitment to the profession of arms 2. are fit, confident members who display professional characteristics and adhere to their responsibilities outlined in 36-2618
There are 7 Military Professional Graduate Attributes. List them out. 3. are resilient warriors who have healthy physical, emotional, spiritual, and social states 4. understand the high expectations of members in the profession of arms
There are 7 Military Professional Graduate Attributes. List them out. 5. seek further understanding of military art and science and unselfishly uphold traditional customs and courtesies 6. demonstrate support for the Air Force’s distinct subculture and strive to adhere to and internalize Air force core values
There are 7 Military Professional Graduate Attributes. List them out. 7. have zero tolerance for unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual assault and are dedicated to maintaining a professional environment in the work place.
There are 5 chapters in The Military Professional volume, what is Airmanship? Focuses on the American Airman, aspects of the Air Force culture, and Warrior Ethos, and you will examine the “Airman Nation Oration” to see how you and your subordinates contribute to the global military mission
There are 5 chapters in The Military Professional volume, what is Human Performance? purpose of this chapter is for you to see your body as a human machine that if not fueled and exercised appropriately will not be able to perform at peak efficiency.
There are 5 chapters in The Military Professional volume, what is Air Force Culture & Heritage? This chapter supports the Airmanship chapter competencies of Air Force military culture, i.e., dress and appearance, flag ceremonies, and reveille and retreat
There are 5 chapters in The Military Professional volume, what is Diversity? intent of this chapter is to expand your existing knowledge of diversity and consider other less-obvious elements that contribute to overall organizational performance.
There are 5 chapters in The Military Professional volume, what is Ethical Leadership? Purpose of this chapter is to help you understand why ethical leadership is important for all military professionals, and how ethics can influence the military professional. You will examine the issue of ethics and the military professional.
There are 8 Operational Airman Graduate Attributes. List them out. 1. are fit, confident professionals who understand and are committed to the profession of arms 2. apply their understanding of leadership concepts in all situations: in garrison, in country, and in combat
There are 8 Operational Airman Graduate Attributes. List them out. 3. properly apply DDR to develop the Op Airmanship skills of subordinates 4. display behaviors, adhere to the Air Force core values, and carry out responsibilities as outlined in AFI 36-2618 with vigor and enthusiasm
There are 8 Operational Airman Graduate Attributes. List them out 5. display solid written, spoken, and interpersonal communication skills to facilitate mission accomplishment 6. understand the national security strategy and joint war fighting structure and can articulate Air Force mission and doctrine
There are 8 Operational Airman Graduate Attributes. List them out 7. have an understanding of the global environment and an awareness of cross-cultural competence 8. are prepared to deploy to support combatant commanders by sustaining operations in austere conditions.
What is the NCOA mission statement? “Prepare technical sergeants to be professional, warfighting Airmen who can lead and manage Air Force units in employment of air, space, and cyberspace power.”
What are PME objectives? Provides the nation with personnel skilled in the employment of air, space, and cyberspace power in the conduct of war and small-scale contingencies
Explain the impact of how applying knowledge of successful learning concepts contribute to individual success throughout the NCOADL experience.
Give examples of how applying knowledge of successful learning concepts contribute to individual success throughout the NCOADL experience.
Give examples of how applying knowledge of successful learning concepts contribute to individual success throughout the NCOADL experience.
Define Learning Process that changes the way people think, feel, or behave
What are different learning styles? Auditory, Visual, Tactile/Kinesthetic, or any combination of the three.
What is reading for comprehension? interpretation, understanding, and recollection of written concepts. "how you read affects how you learn"
What is the affective domain? the manner in which you deal with things emotionally, such as feelings, values, appreciation, enthusiasms, motivations, and attitudes.
What are affective domain levels of learning? Receiving, Responding, Valuing
Describe 'Receiving' affective domain levels of learning? first level of learning. They display awareness and willingness to receive.
Describe 'Responding' affective domain levels of learning second level of learning. After you receive a message, you must respond.
Describe 'Valuing' affective domain levels of learning third level of learning. internalization of a set of specified values, while clues to these values are expressed in the learner's overt behavior and are often identifiable.
What is the cognitive domain? involves knowledge and the development of intellectual skills. This includes the recall or recognition of specific facts, procedural patterns, and concepts that serve in the development of intellectual abilities and skills.
Describe 'Knowledge' cognitive domain levels of learning first level of learning and is very basic. It only requires you to keep, remember, recall, label, recognize, and repeat information you have read.
Describe 'Comprehension' cognitive domain levels of learning 1. Translation: Putting things in your own words. 2. Interpretation: Answers the questions “what was the main idea…?” 3. Extrapolation: Answers the questions “what do you think could have happened next...?” and “what can you predict…?
What cognitive domain level of learning allows you to see relationships, concepts, and abstracts beyond the simple remembering of material? Comprehension
What is the combining of two or more concepts? Lesson principle
Describe 'Application' cognitive domain levels of learning third level of learning. To demonstrate this level of learning, you must identify lesson principles from among other lesson principles in simulated situations.
What is an example of demonstrating comprehension? being able to explain in your own words the steps for performing a complex task.
T/F: Affective objectives are utilized in almost all chapters and are written at the VALUING level. True
T/F: Cognitive samples of behavior demonstrate the interpretation level of comprehension by being able to explain the relationship between two or more concepts. True
What are samples of behavior? require you to demonstrate application of lesson principles; the highest level of learning.
T/F: You’ll know you’re dealing with application level of learning whenever you see a sample of behavior statement containing the phrase “apply lesson principles to simulated situations.” True
What is asynchronous teaching? non-facilitated, self-paced, student-centered teaching method that uses online learning resources to facilitate information sharing outside the normal constraints of time and location to effectively deliver course content.
T/F: Asynchronous learning gives you the freedom to access the course and its instructional material at any time, from any location - allowing accessibility for diverse student populations. True
What is An important aspect of your progress that is intended to identify areas that need improvement? Feedback during progress checks and self-reflection
What do case studies help with? bridge the gap between course theory and practice. They provide opportunities to apply previously learned concepts and principles to simulated situations.
What is critical thinking? “critical thinking is the use of those cognitive skills or strategies that increase the probability of a desirable outcome.” Critical thinking is described as thinking that is purposeful, reasoned, and goal directed.
T/F: Appropriate means suitable for a particular person, place or condition. True
What is the difference between 'appropriate and inappropriate'? Appropriate and inappropriate equate to right and wrong no sliding scale.
“Explain the relationship between unit discipline, unit morale, and mission accomplishment.” take what you learned from reading materials and interpret it to explain the relationship using lesson principles, but in your own words.
“Predict the outcome of actions, decisions, and behaviors involving Rights of the Accused, Preventative Discipline, and Unit Discipline principles in simulated situations.” you must achieve one level above interpretation because now you need to describe a future state using lesson principles in your own words.
What are Self-Reflection Opportunities? opportunity to stop and think about how the chapter material directly impacts you and your Airmen. Reading the material and answering questions isn’t enough. You must internalize the information.
What are the definition boxes? contain key terms and definitions. It’s important that you review these terms since they aren’t defined in the content. You must have an understanding of these terms in order to grasp the concepts and principles.
What are reference boxes? vital step to understanding and valuing the chapter concepts and principles.
What are emphasis box? focus your attention on important information located throughout the chapters. These boxes contain additional information on the topic. They serve to summarize information through bulleted lists or highlight pertinent passages of supplemental information.
What are scenarios? help you practice making effective decisions based on the chapter content. In most cases, there will be a few questions following the scenarios you’ll have to answer based on what you’ve learned.
What are Formative Exercises? The formative exercise is part of the learning process and is not part of the evaluation process. It designed to provide feedback to you on your strengths and weaknesses and provides an opportunity to prepare for the summative evaluation.
What are Summative Evaluations? The summative evaluations determine whether you possess the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform as a military professional in the USAF They will be the measuring stick to determine whether you have met the learning objectives.
EPME breaks the application level of learning into two distinct categories: minimum and maximum application. The first category is minimum application which learners demonstrate when they complete the IDENTIFY step of IDDP.
EPME breaks the application level of learning into two distinct categories: minimum and maximum application. The second category is maximum application which learners demonstrate when they complete the entire IDDP Structured Thinking Process.
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