Rajub Bhowmik

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About Me

Dr. Rajub Bhowmik is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice, in the Department of Law, Police Science and Criminal Justice Administration at John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology, in the Department of Behavior and Social Science at Hostos Community College of the City University of New York (CUNY). Dr. Rajub Bhowmik is an active law enforcement officer, in the Critical Response Command at Counter-Terrorism Bureau of the New York City Police Department (NYPD).

My Topic and Purpose

This course designed to cultivate a comprehensive understanding of good and bad actions among the kindergarten students and in doing so, the coursework will try to only show the absolute goodness of actions and how actions of one’s actions do result in impacting the lives and well-being of others. In conducting the session of this coursework, the students will not be forced to follow or believe in a very specific ideology or philosophy. After the conclusion of this course, students will be able to recognize the goodness or badness in their actions while also having a recognition of the impact that their actions have on others. Once the students can fully comprehend their actions and the value in being a good citizen, it will serve as a good foundation for the development of a good character and a productive member of society in the future.

This coursework will include powerpoint presentations, poster competition, book reading, discussion, and role-play learning activities, and direct interaction with the teacher about the understanding of the concept of being good. The assessment will include collaboration and discussion to ensure that all students are able to understand the concept and build their own understanding effectively.

Learning Outcomes

Needs Assessment

1. Instructional problem


2. What is to be Learned


3. The Learners


4. Context for Instruction

5. Exploring the Instructional Problem and Solution


6. Goals of this Mini-Course


Analysis of the Learner and Context

Performance-Based Objectives

Task Analysis

Elaborate and analyze the objectives to identify more specific enabling and supporting objectives.

Curriculum Map

Map out the sequence of learning units and activities to achieve the defined objectives.

References and Resources