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Paul J. Kroutter

Adjunct Professor

Notheastern State University

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Paul Kroutter, Jr.


Tulsa Technology Center

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Paul Kroutter, Jr.Paul Kroutter, Jr., Zone 6 Appointed in 2004 to fill the remainder of the Zone 6 position's term, Paul Kroutter Jr. brings a unique perspective to the Board.He is currently serving as Administrative Captain responsible for internal investigations, planning and research for the Broken Arrow Police Department and is a former TTC student, attending aeromechanics classes in the early 1970's.A long-time resident of Broken Arrow, Kroutter teaches law enforcement classes at Rogers State University in Claremore.In 2003 he served an internship with TTC's Board of Education while participating in Leadership Broken Arrow.He is also working toward a doctoral degree in Occupational Education at OSU-Tulsa.


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Criminal Justice Curriculum Team: Cheryl May of the Criminal Justice Institute (CJI); Paul Kroutter (UAFS); Adam McKee (UAM); Cheryl Peterson of the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville (UACCB); Brian Shoonk (UACCB); and Sharunda Thrower (UAPB).


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Dr. Paul Kroutter, Jr., a member of Tulsa Tech's Board of Education since 2004, and retired Broken Arrow Police Captain, presented "Simulation and Virtual Technologies for Workforce Learning" at this year's conference.
Kroutter currently serves as Department Head for Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Arkansas - Ft. Smith. As a member of a consortium of educators, Kroutter helped develop a research project to illustrate how technology can be utilized successfully in the classroom and how simulations and concepts related to virtual realities can be customized to fit the needs of a specific group. One of Kroutter's contributions to this collaborative effort was a research project involving a 3-D medical patient mannequin and health occupations students who speak English as a second language. These students are often referred to as ESL students by educators. "Our group of ESL students were struggling to understand both the terminology and concepts," Kroutter says. Another contribution from Kroutter to the overall project was to develop a virtual crime scene that allows students to become immersed in a 360-degree world of an actual crime scene. Students are able to learn all of the steps related to processing the location of a possible crime while their progress is monitored and evaluated by their instructor. "There's so much information that needs to be observed and recorded by the students when they arrive on scene," Kroutter says. "These virtual environments allow the students to gain valuable experience and to become part of this simulated learning environment." Simulations and virtual realities will continue to have an impact on our real world as they become more frequent in our daily lives, in everything from entertainment and games, to education and instruction. "There's still a lot of research to be done," Kroutter says.


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Paul Kroutter, Jr.
Paul Kroutter, Jr., Zone 6 Appointed in 2004 to fill the remainder of the Zone 6 position's term, Paul Kroutter Jr. brings a unique perspective to the Board. He is currently serving as Administrative Captain responsible for internal investigations, planning and research for the Broken Arrow Police Department and is a former Tulsa Tech student, attending aeromechanics classes in the early 1970's. A long-time resident of Broken Arrow, Kroutter teaches law enforcement classes at Rogers State University in Claremore. In 2003 he served an internship with Tulsa Tech's Board of Education while participating in Leadership Broken Arrow. He is also working toward a doctoral degree in Occupational Education at OSU-Tulsa.


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