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RESPONSIBILITY   FOR   CURRICULUM Since   a   relatively   small   number   of   instructors   have   curriculum   development   duties,   your assignment   to   such   duties   is   unlikely. However,   you   may   become   involved   in   curriculum revision   and   will   almost   certainly   be   involved   with   curriculum   maintenance.   Therefore,   you need   to   understand   the   following   terms   and   definitions   associated   with   the   maintenance   of curriculum. The   source   of   this   information   is   the   Navy   School   Management   Manual, NAVEDTRA   135,   and   Military   Standard   1379D. Curriculum.   All   training   conducted   within   a   school,   outlined   into   specific   topics,   along with  detailed  training  objectives. Surveillance.   A   process   that   provides   ongoing   evaluation   of   training   or   training   materials to   ensure   continued   effectiveness   and   currency   of   content   to   meet   the   training requirements. Interim   Change. A   minor   change   to   correct   editorial   and   typographical   errors, teachability,   safety,   or   urgent   type   commander-issued   subjects. Change.  A  modification  to  training  materials  that  DOES  NOT  affect  course  objectives, increase  course  length,  or  require  additional  resources. Technical  Change.  Any  change  to  tactical  (i.e.,  shipboard)  or  training-unique  equipment or   documentation   originating   in   the   Training   Support   Agency’s   (normally   a   SYSCOM) parent   material   agency   that   affects   curriculum.   A   technical   change   mayor   may   not   affect individual   lesson   objectives,   but   DOES   NOT   affect   course   objectives,   course   length,   or resources. Revision. A   change   to   any   course   learning/terminal   objective,   an   increase   in   course length,  or  any  change  that  requires  additional  resources. Curriculum  maintenance  is  an  ongoing  effort  to  ensure  the  course  curriculum  is  both  current and   accurate.   Any   deficiency   noted   as   a   result   of   surveillance   requires   a   change   to   the curriculum   or   training. FRATERNIZATION As  an  instructor,  you  must  be  aware  of  the  Navy’s  policy  on  fraternization  particularly  as  it applies   between   you   and   your   students. Fraternization   is   defined   as   personal   relationships between  officer  and  enlisted  members  which  are  unduly  familiar  and  do  not  respect  differences in   rank   and   grade.   Such   relationships   are   inappropriate   and   against   long-standing   custom   and tradition   of   the   naval   service.   Similar   relationships   involving   two   officers   or   involving   two enlisted   members   where   a   senior-subordinate   supervisory   relationship   exists   are   also inappropriate.   Inappropriate   conduct   of   this   nature   is   to   be   avoided   and,   when   it   is   found   to exist,   commands   are   expected   to   take   administrative   or   disciplinary   action   as   necessary   to correct  it.  Additionally,  such  inappropriate  relationships  subject  the  involved  members  to disciplinary  action  under  the  Uniform  Code  of  Military  Justice  (UCMJ)  when  the  actions  or relationships:  (1)  are  prejudicial  to  good  order  and  discipline;  or  (2)  bring  discredit  to  the  naval service. 13

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