Developing Adaptive Training in the Classroom
U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2009 - Leadership
The need for self-aware and adaptive leaders in the Army has been widely documented; however, the study of adaptability and how it is developed is still relatively new. This product provides end users with information about what it means to be adaptive, how to identify adaptive performance training needs, how to develop and evaluate adaptability training for a classroom setting, and factors to consider beyond the classroom. It provides usable tools and guidance for each of these steps, including a sample course outline, sample evaluation tools, and a planning guide for self-development. Individual characteristics that may predispose one to act in an adaptable way are also discussed.
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