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Taking the Classroom Into the Community
A Guidebook



May 1996 | 80 pages | Corwin
Get state-of-the-art equipment you can't afford to buy by putting students "to work" with the businesses in your community. Students will learn to meet industry standards of performance and how to work on an individual project within a larger group project. Glasgow shows you how to recruit the best community mentors. He includes a model for using student portfolios to evaluate and document progress and gives you tips for solving the liability issues.

 
Taking the Classroom into the Real World
One School's Approach

 
 
Changing Roles for Teachers
 
Mentoring
New Roles and Learning Outcomes

 
 
Looking for Help
Recruiting Mentors

 
 
Communicating with the Community and the Mentors
 
Is There Room for Something New?
 
Managing It All
The Portfolio

 
 
Putting the Portfolio to Work
Examples of Student Project Portfolio Evolution

 
 
Examples of Mentored Project Experiences
 
In Conclusion
The Future of the Classroom in the Community

 

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