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Presentation at the annual 2009 IAFIE Conference, University of Maryland, on Teaching Intelligence Online

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  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 Teaching Intelligence Online David Jimenez, Faculty American Mili A i Military U i University i
  • AMU Administration, Charlestown, West Virginia
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 More then 49,000 student enrollments BA Intel program is one of the largest programs within AMU April 2009 several thousand enrolled in undergrad intelligence studies 2009, studies, 25% more than the previous year AMU offers a wide range of courses -Strong educational reputation throughout the military and the g y government -Diversity of Intel backgrounds and professionalism of our professors
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 Our intelligence studies program is our largest academic program Approximately two thirds of our intelligence studies students are studying at th undergraduate l t d t t d i t the d d t level ( b t l (about one third at the graduate level)
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 Instructor background: ODNI's office, DIA, FBI Counterterrorism Training Academy, retired and active CIA officers, NSA analysts, Many have FBI backgrounds - Law enforcement is well represented represented. Coast Guard and retired Navy Intelligence trainers - 90% have had active military service SF and Covert Ops are highly represented as well as wartime interrogators. g Intelligence Program Director Matthew Degn- previous Senior Policy/Intelligence Adviser to the Iraqi Ministry of Interior and the senior advisor for the organization of the Iraqi Counterterrorism Agency
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 Rubrics Grading on Concepts Experience Concepts, Experience, Citations, & Writing Standards
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 LEARNING OUTCOMES Strongly Neutr Disag Strongly Agree Agree al ree Disagree Apply knowledge to real 30.6% 48.1% 16.7% 3.7% 0.9% (1) world settings (33) (52) (18) (4) Technological 23.1% 43.5% 25.9% 6.5% 0.9% 0 9% (1) proficiency (25) (47) (28) (7) 41.1% 38.3% 15.0% 3.7% Written communication 1.9% (2) (44) (41) (16) (4) Master theories, 32.4% 47.2% 16.7% 2.8% concepts, principles, 0.9% (1) (35) (51) (18) (3) etc. 37.4% 46.7% 13.1% 1.9% Critical thi ki C iti l thinking 0.9% 0 9% (1) (40) (50) (14) (2)
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 STUDENT FEEDBACK “Although I enjoyed my time with AMU and my courses, by g j y y y y receiving my degree it made me more competitive on my promotion board in the Air Force “ “Demanded very high level of literary skill over a long period of time; improved my writing skills by 1000%” “During a j b i t “D i job interview last year for a counter-terrorism i l t f t t i position, I was able to readily recall information learned during my courses at AMU. It got me the job offer which I was able to use to bargain for an $8 000 pay raise . $8,000 raise”
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 Please use the selections below to indicate how your education contributed to your career advancement. (Select all that apply) Response Count Percent Better writer 75 43.1% Enhanced problem-solving skills 54 31.0% Enhanced analytical skills 74 42.5% Exposed to different viewpoints 59 33.9% Increased Salary 40 23.0% Promotion: Civilian o ot o C a 17 9 8% 9.8% Promotion: Military 29 16.7% Promotion: Government/Security 10 5.7% Post-Retirement opportunities 19 10.9% Second career opportunities 34 19.5% Other (please specify) 6 3.4% 3 4%
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 Other Responses: Confidence in intelligence-related matters outside of the Department of Defense Defense. Helped my instruction as an intelligence professional More knowledge to apply when teaching students Human Intelligence Collection skills My studies at AMU were the primary reason I received my current position Pay Raise Possible civilian promotion While I have not yet achieved a promotion, I will be commissioning in the Reserves upon completion of my current enlistment. p p y
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 In Search of Qualified Faculty
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 Intelligence Program Director Matthew Degn, POC mdegn@apus.edu mdegn@apus edu Cyber-terrorism, and Geographic Intelligence experience of special interest Also The Department of Intelligence Studies invites applications for an assistant professorship in Intelligence Studies More at www apus edu/e ployment/positions/faculty www.apus.edu/e,ployment/positions/faculty
  • IAFIE Annual Conference – May 27, 2009 AMU: dj245@online.apus.edu ICE: david.jimenez@dhs.gov (915-760-2064) Home: swnmia@juno.com
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