Integrated Teaching Training Modules

This resource helps practitioners better understand career pathways programs and expand practioners’ professional knowledge.

Amy Muia
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Skagit Valley Community College
Washington State Board of Community and Techinical Colleges
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This guidebook consists of nine modules, each focusing on a different aspect of curriculum integration, to be implemented in a content teacher / ESL teacher partnership. The modules are designed to be completed one per week in sequence, throughout the course of a ten-week teaching session. If time allows, it is preferable to begin the modules a week or two before the teaching term begins.
Each module contains three parts: an informational section which the instructors can read independently; discussion springboards and a plan of implementation in which the instructors prepare to activate the information in the classroom; and a reflection summary to be completed after implementation, to contemplate the results in writing. Modules include:

Module 1: Collaboration
Module 2: Curriculum Selection and Materials
Module 3: Teaching Styles
Module 4: A Brief Overview of ESL Instruction
Module 5: The Pre-Academic Student
Module 6: Cultural Differences in the Classroom
Module 7: Moving Students from Dependence to Independence
Module 8: Student Learning Styles
Module 9: Reflection and Capturing

Benefits and Uses

Instructors who collaborate using these materials will be able to create learning experiences that encompass both content area and ESL instruction.

Resource Notice

This resource was reviewed and vetted through the Designing Instruction for Career Pathways initiative of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education under Contract No. ED-CFO-10-A-0072/0001.