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  1. Welcome • Welcome to “Getting Results” • A National Science Foundation project developed by WGBH with the League for Innovation and 13 community colleges from across the U.S.

  2. Getting Acquainted Working with a partner: • Introduce yourself to a colleague. • Describe the courses you teach.

  3. “Getting Results” Goals • To impact teaching and learning in ATE and STEM programs • To impact teaching and learning in community colleges

  4. Module 4 Moving Beyond the Classroom

  5. Module 4 Intended Outcome • As a result of this learning experience, you should be able to create learning opportunities that integrate industry and community resources and better prepare students for jobs in the workplace.

  6. “Moving Beyond the Classroom” Watch the video: http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/module4/introduction/module_overview_video.html How do the guest lecturer and field trip complement what students are learning in their course?

  7. Creating Community Learning Opportunities Creating and managing community-based learning opportunities involves: • Examining your course outcomes • Developing and managing learning experiences

  8. Creating Community Learning Opportunities Creating and managing community-based learning opportunities involves: • Connecting them to the academic curriculum • Evaluating those experiences

  9. “Making Internship Connections” Watch the video: http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/module4/ learning/internship_connections_video.html • How is this internship well suited to the student and the community? • What kind of preparatory work do you think the instructor had to do to make this internship happen?

  10. “Developing Expertise Through Internships” Watch the video: http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/module4/learning/internship_expertise_video.html • How is this internship preparing the student for a career in the field of information technology? • How do the instructor’s actions support the students’ learning?

  11. Uncovering Community Resources Through online and local searches, faculty can identify potential community resources for:• Field trips• Student internships• Service learning projects• Other curriculum-related activities

  12. Uncovering Community Resources Look at the following activity designed to provide faculty guidelines for uncovering community resources: http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/module4/learning/uncovering.html

  13. “Pursuing Related Work Experiences” Watch the video: http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/module4/working/index.html How does this student’s job build on and reinforce what he has learned in class?

  14. Evaluating Community-Based Learning There are many different methods you can use for evaluation, including: • Exams • Papers • Journals • Presentations

  15. Evaluating Community-Based Learning • Whichever way you choose to structure reflection and assessment, it is important to let students know, prior to the experience, what type of reflection/assessment will be linked to it.

  16. “Using Job-Shadowing Experiences” Watch the video: http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/module4/working/shadowing_video.html • What did the student learn in her job shadow that she would not have been able to learn in class? • How might other students benefit from job shadowing?

  17. “Experiencing Industry Interviews” Watch the video: http://www.league.org/gettingresults/web/module4/working/experiencing_video.html What are these students learning from their mock interview experience?

  18. Looking Back When helping students move beyond the classroom, you need to: • Create and manage community-based learning opportunities that reflect course outcomes and connect to the academic curriculum.

  19. Looking Back When helping students move beyond the classroom, you need to: • Build learning experiences by seeking out opportunities for students to become involved in industry, including field trips, guest speakers, and service learning.

  20. Looking Back When helping students move beyond the classroom, you need to: • Help students improve their résumé writing and interviewing skills, and use job shadowing experiences to expose them to the variety of jobs available in their field.

  21. Next… Module 5: Teaching with Technology