Journal of Military Learning

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October 2018

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Letter from the Editor


Foundational Theories and Approaches to Ethics Education within the U.S. Military: A Literature Review

Stephanie K. Erwin

Leslie Kirsch

Using Digital Textbooks to Improve Student Learning: Lessons for Military Educators

Col. Liam Collins, PhD, U.S. Army

Maj. Jake A. Miraldi, U.S. Army

Maj. John Spencer, U.S. Army, Retired

What Our Professional Military Leaders Need to Know: Enhancing the Professional Military Educational Structure

Jonathan E. Czarnecki, PhD


Incorporating Reflection Exercises to Identify Soft Skills in Army Education

Michael Kirchner, PhD

Kimberly O’Connor, JD


U.S. Air Force Military Training Instructor and Instructor Trainer Competencies: Training the Instructors of the Next Generation of Airmen

Laura Barron, PhD

Lt. Col. James Young, PhD, U.S. Air Force

Mark Rose, PhD

James Johnson, PhD

The Intersection of Leadership and Emotions Lessons and Actions Leading to Change

Wes Smith, EdD

Troy Messer, EdD

Jeffrey C. Sun, PhD

Meghan J. Pifer, PhD

Educating Soldiers in a Virtual Environment

Thomas E. Hennefer, PhD

The Army Learning Coordination Council as a Change Catalyst: Exportable Educational Change Management for the Twenty-First Century

Col. Thomas Bolen, U.S. Army

Vince Carlisle, PhD


Organization and Administration of Adult Education Programs: A Guide for Practitioners

Harold A. Laurence, PhD


Army University Update: Faculty and Staff Learning Forum


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