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Distance Learning

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Distance Learning Registration

 

 

Cadets will use their own personal email address as their Log-in name.

 

If they are a JROTC cadet, then they click the check-box next to YES.

 

 

NOTE:  If a cadet does not have a personal email account, they can create a free email account through web sites such as Google, Yahoo, and Hotmail.   If they do not have a computer at home, they can use computers in their school lab or at the local library.

 

 

CADET ENROLLMENT

 

From the Drop-down menu the cadet will pick which JROTC program they are participating in.  When they select a service it will then auto load the list of schools that are in that program. 

 

They can then search for their high school by typing in the school name or scrolling through the list and the clicking on the school name.

 

Once completed, they click the Return to Login Screen button.    It will then exit them out to the login screen.  

 

 

 

STUDENT ENROLLMENT

 

If a user is NOT a cadet, then they can either search for their high school or they would just select None – Not in High School from the school list and then click the Return to Login Screen button.

 

After the cadets have registered, they will receive an email with a temporary password they can use to log into the site.  They will also be given information of the minimum systems requirements and required plug-ins.

 

 

NOTE:  Upon first logging in with the system password, the cadet will be prompted to change their password.  Please make sure you tell the cadets to keep track of the password they create.  If they forget, they can click the E-mail Your Password? button located on the home page of the site. The system will email the cadet their current password.

 

After they log into the site, it will take them to the Recommended Training tab which has the list of courses that are available. Each course is comprised of lessons and a course final exam.

 

To view the lessons within a course the cadet will click on the arrow next to the folder title to expand the list.  Next they will click on the Launch button to open the lesson.  Cadets must make sure all pop-up blockers are disabled since the lessons will open in a new browser window.

 

If the cadet would like to know what each lesson teaches, they can click the Info button.  This will display how long it will take to complete the lesson activity and give a brief description of what the lesson is about.

 

After the cadets complete the course final exam with a passing score, they can then print off a certificate of completion.

 

NOTE:   Cadet 104 – How to Write Effectively has a pre-test that must be taken before the cadets can take any of the lessons.   This course is also designed to be used in conjunction with the "Written Communication for Sergeants: A Self-Paced Text" by Hughes, Susan E. M.A.

 

NOTE:   The Cadet 100 – Introduction to Cadet DL is designed as a “Help Guide”.  It will always stay under the Recommend Training tab.   The “Getting Started” lesson contains information on how the site works, links to the plug-ins, and helpful information on what to expect in the lessons. 

 

All distance learning information came from the "JROTC Cadet DL User Manual" and can be downloaded for further information by clicking the title.

 

 

 

 

Distance Learning Course Information

 

DL Course

Lesson Name

Core/Elective

Source Text

Conflict Resolution

U3C5L1

Causes of Conflict

Core

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 5, Lesson 1

pp 142-151

 

 

U3C5L2

Conflict Resolution Techniques

Core

 

 

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 5, Lesson 2

pp152-162

 

 

U3C7L1

Managing Anger

 

 

Core

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 7, Lesson 2

pp.201 -208

 

 

U3C7L2

Conflict Resolution and Diversity

Core

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 7, Lesson 2

pp.209 -216

 

 

U3C7L3

Conflict Mediation

Core

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 7, Lesson 3

pp 218-222

Improve Test Taking Skills

U3C3L3

Study Habits that Work for You

Core

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 3, Lesson 3

pp 106-111

Internet Safety

U2C1L5

Sexual Harassment/Assault

Core

Citizenship in Action and Leadership Theory and Application, Chapter 1, Lesson 5

pp 244

Time Management

U3C10L3

Time Management

Core

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 10, Lesson 3

pp 347-354

 

 

U3C3L3

Study Habits that Work for You

Core

Foundations for Success In Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 3, Lesson 3

pp 103-105

Writing

U3C6L1

Becoming a Better Writer

Core

Foundations for Success in Life, Career, Health and Wellness, Chapter 6, Lesson 1

pp 165-170

 

 

 



 

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