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  • 1.  AN EXAMPLE OF CONTEXTUALIZED TEACHING AND LEARNING ◦ Team taught ◦ Hands-on ◦ Bilingual support
  • 2. Students are prepared for the world/jobs more quickly(accelerated learning).Learning is based in context of career, with a hands-onapproach; basic skills are embedded.Students feel more confident in their lives.Teachers collaborate with flexibility.Teachers and students are more engaged.
  • 3.  Collaboration among faculty to understand material and teach Flexibility in curriculum development, adapting to student needs Content faculty can help basic skills classesby doing “demos” More cross disciplinary work ia better for faculty and for the institution.
  • 4. We valuestudent workexperience,and input.Studentscollaborate onresearchprojects andin-class peerlearning.
  • 5. Because of the context, students are engaged. This increases the speed of learning and frames their understanding.For example:Learning terminology they need for their careers…Or the abbreviations they need to know to read a blueprint…Or using algebra and other math concepts to set up a machine.
  • 6.  Collaboration and team teaching Flexibility in curriculum development Professional development for faculty not trained as teachers Community of support and services for studentsMore information: Sonja Franeta sfraneta@peralta.eduOr Myron Franklin mfranklin@peralta.edu

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