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Peer-to-Peer Learning and the Army Learning Model

  title={Peer-to-Peer Learning and the Army Learning Model},
  author={Devon F Adkinson},
Abstract : The Army Learning Model (ALM) is the new educational model that develops adaptive leaders in an era of persistent conflict. Life-long, individual-based learning will blend together self-development, institutional instruction, and operational experience across the operational and institutional components. In January 2011, the Army released the Army Learning Concept 2015, now referred to as the ALM. The ALM changes the method and manner in which education will be delivered to the… Expand
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