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Rose, M. Richard

Works: 4 works in 6 publications in 1 language and 12 library holdings
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Most widely held works by M. Richard Rose
Educating the American military officer : the system and its challenges: an overview by M. Richard Rose( Book )

2 editions published in 1975 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Over the years there has developed within the Department of Defense perhaps the most elaborate and successful system dedicated to the intellectual and professional development of officers of the Armed Forces to be found in any institution in the world. An examination of this process, its components and its genesis, reveals a composite of separate programs developed and adapted over the years to satisfy specific needs. That the programs so developed have been successful in the aggregate cannot be denied. We need only to look at the officer corps of the Armed Forces, as they now exist, to be persuaded of the effectiveness of these programs as instruments for the development of professionalism and expertise. The nation and the Armed Forces have just completed the longest, most divisive and difficult war in our national history. In the course of that war, the overall performance of the Armed Forces, as it reflects officership, was superb. The dedication and professionalism exemplified by the American prisoners-of-war, as representative products of the system, during their long incarceration and their subsequent return to our nation with their honor intact, attests to this quality and substance of these programs
Instructional technology in the Department of Defense, now and in the future by M. Richard Rose( Book )

2 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Because the Department of Defense spends more than $7 billion annually on training and educational opportunities, new instructional technologies are constantly explored in an attempt to make education and training more cost effective. Technologies which have been tried include: (1) instructional systems based on behavioral objectives; (2) instructional systems augmented by computer and audiovisual technology; (3) learner centered instructional research; (4) instructional television; (5) cable television; (6) miniature computers/microprocessors; (7) holography; (8) rapid transmission and storage system; (9) satellite communication; (10) computer-assisted instruction; (11) computer-managed instruction; (12) simulations; and (13) wired garrison concept. By combining these technologies in proportions which most effectively meet the educational needs of the armed services, and by pooling available instructional resources and delivery systems to avoid redundancy, the military can enhance the quality of the personnel while reducing unit costs for education. This report briefly describes each of these technologies, and suggests applications in military training programs. (Emh)
A Summary of Voluntary Education in the Armed Forces by M. Richard Rose( Book )

1 edition published in 1974 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Department of Defense is providing about $6.6 billion for training and educating military personnel during fiscal year 1974. The primary purpose is to prepare individuals in the services to perform their duties efficiently. In the era of the All-Volunteer Force, military education must also represent a source of coherent career development for each individual who chooses to enter a service branch. Moreover, the growth that a person achieves while in uniform must be recognized by civilian employment and education institutions. In this context, the Department of Defense has begun efforts to make education more accessible, continuous, and creditable in relation to civilian career development requirements. This involves new attempts to establish greater integration of the military and civilian components of the nation's education and guidance communities. The design, operation, and future direction of these new developments are discussed in terms of their implications for educational and occupational guidance. (Author)
An educational road map to human goal fulfillment by M. Richard Rose( Book )

1 edition published in 1972 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

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