Abstract

Using Army Learning Model techniques to conduct a modified first-stage Sergeant’s course to Armenian soldiers, motivational and cultural issues were observed affecting learner experience/outcome. This action research observed that successful outcomes were achieved through specific use of facilitation, demo, and practical exercise instructional techniques, with firm control of class interactions.

Keywords

motivation, culture, Army learning model, ALM, facilitation

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May 19th, 9:30 AM

Motivational/Cultural Issues in the Utilization of Army Learning Model (ALM) Techniques While Instructing Armenian Soldiers

Using Army Learning Model techniques to conduct a modified first-stage Sergeant’s course to Armenian soldiers, motivational and cultural issues were observed affecting learner experience/outcome. This action research observed that successful outcomes were achieved through specific use of facilitation, demo, and practical exercise instructional techniques, with firm control of class interactions.