AN EXAMPLE OF CONTEXTUALIZED TEACHING AND LEARNING ◦ Team taught ◦ Hands-on ◦ Bilingual support
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.
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.
We valuestudent workexperience,and input.Studentscollaborate onresearchprojects andin-class peerlearning.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.orgOr Myron Franklin email@example.com