MCJA math.doc - Maine Department of Education Career and Technical Education Public Safety 43.0107 Maine Criminal Justice Academy(MCJA Intersections

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Maine Department of Education Career and Technical Education Public Safety: 43.0107 Maine Criminal Justice Academy (MCJA) Intersections with Maine College and Career Readiness-Mathematics Standards Framework, Duties and Tasks Mathematics Content Standards and The Eight Mathematical Practices ( CCSS ) Demonstration of Proficiency (Possible Evidence, Project, Performance Assessment, Certification etc.) Maine Learning Results- Guiding Principles, and Career and Education Development 1. Police Ethics and Moral Issues a. Define the terms ethics and professionalism. b. Identify why the highest ethical and moral standards are necessary for law enforcement officers. c. Define the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics and identify how it relates in terms of actions and performances. d. Identify how immoral conduct by an officer adversely affects the officer in the performance of his official duties. e. Recognize those situations within his/her jurisdiction which may lead him/her to act in an unethical or immoral manner . Statistics and Probability: Understand and evaluate random processes underlying statistical experiments (Math.S-IC.A.1 and Math.S-IC.A.2) Statistics and Probability: Make inferences and justify conclusions from sample surveys, experiments, and observable studies (Math.S-IC.B.6) Standard- Model with Mathematics (Math.MP.4), Use appropriate tools strategically (Math.MP.5), Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others (Math.MP.3), Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them (Math. MP.1) Students are given sets of scenarios and are told to find the actual crime, find the section of the crime, the subsection of the crime, and the page that they fold it on and explain why it is the most appropriate choice Guiding Principles: B. A self-directed and lifelong learner who: 2. Applies knowledge to set goals and make informed decisions 3. Applies knowledge in new contexts 7. Uses interpersonal skills to learn and work with individuals from diverse backgrounds D. A responsible and involved citizen who: 3. Demonstrates ethical behavior and the moral courage to sustain it Career and Ed: A3 Interpersonal Skills Students demonstrate
Framework, Duties and Tasks Mathematics Content Standards and The Eight Mathematical Practices ( CCSS ) Demonstration of Proficiency (Possible Evidence, Project, Performance Assessment, Certification etc.) Maine Learning Results- Guiding Principles, and Career and Education Development behaviors that reflect positive interpersonal skills and evaluate successful strategies that improve positive interpersonal skills in ways that lead to success in a variety of school, work, and community settings. a. Getting along with others b. Respecting diversity c. Working as a member of a team d. Managing conflict e. Accepting/giving/using constructive feedback f. Accepting responsibility for personal behavior g. Demonstrating ethical behavior h. Following established rules/etiquette for observing/ listening j. Dealing with peer pressure B2 Skills for Individual/ Personal Success in the 21st Century Students evaluate strategies to improve skills that lead to lifelong learning and success 2

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