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Eval11 Session 739: The Value of Adding Complex Problems to Support Collaborative Learning At the United States Army Command Sergeants Major Development

The purpose of the Army School for Command Preparation (SCP) - Tactical Commander Development Program is to instruct new Brigade and Battalion Commanders in leadership and tactical skills prior to taking over a new command. In the past a Pre - Post Course Survey using nominal 1 - 5 item...

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Focus Search - Research Question Values Purpose Improved ability of Command Sergeants Major to accomplish their Commander’s mission The Command Sergeant Major (CSM) is the “senior soldier” of their assigned command team and advisor to their Commander for all matters concerning conduct, performance, and morale of the unit Brigade or Battalion CSMs attend the Command Sergeants Major Development Program (CSMDP) an educational course CSMDP faculty and CSMs lacked personal experience with certain contemporary battlefield conditions and situations – limiting learning in the forum style adult-centered collaborative classroom CSMDP included pre-constructed complex problems to balance experiential deficiencies Intro to Problem Research Method Instructor responses from After Action Reviews CSM comments from daily reflective journal entries Linda Lynch PhD, CSM Joe Parsons 2011 * The Value of Adding Complex Problems to Support Collaborative Learning at the US Army Command Sergeants Major Development Program   What values resulted from adding pre-constructed complex problems to the Command Sergeants Major Development Program curriculum?