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Creating more learning-centered community colleges
|Contributions||League for Innovation in the Community College (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Get this from a library. Creating more learning-centered community colleges. [Terry O'Banion; League for Innovation in the Community College (U.S.)].
TITLE Creating More Learning-Centered Community Colleges. INSTITUTION League for Innovation in the Community Coll. PUB DATE NOTE. 38p. on Education and the American Association of Community Colleges.
The book may be ordered from Oryx Press by calling All royalties have been donated to. documents: a monograph entitled Creating More Learning-Centered Community Colleges and a book entitled A Learning College for the 21st Century.
O’Banion, who had already been a popular speaker, was in high demand across the country. • InThe League for Innovation in the Community College surveyed over community college.
In its broadest terms, the learning paradigm calls for institutional change and institutional responsibility for learning outcomes. Leaders have to develop structures and processes that allow for more flexibility and creativity. Decisions have to become more data-driven.
Barriers to student success have to be identified and removed. This book explores issues such as developing an Cited by: 3. Learning-centered community colleges have ex isted about three decades. The notion of learning-centered model emerged in the mid s and many community colleges in theAuthor: Krishna Bista.
Two widely read publications by O’Banion, a monograph entitled Creating More Learning-Centered Community Colleges and the book A Learning College for the 21 st Century offer guidelines for becoming a learning college and cite examples of some attempts.
As he lays out his descriptions of the learning college, he poses two key questions. This monograph reviews the emerging emphasis on learning in education and the development of the concept of "learning colleges," providing specific case studies of reform efforts at community colleges.
Following introductory materials, chaptersall authored by Terry O'Banion discuss the following: Chapter 1 discusses the wave of educational reform arising from the. "A renaissance of innovation is taking place in America's community colleges.
This book documents and analyzes stimulating changes that have marked the s and points the way to new practices and structures that will continue to invigorate the community colleges during the s. Creating more learning-centered community colleges by.
he terms “learning colleges.” Two widely read publications by O’Banion, a monograph entitled Creating More Learning-Centered Community Colleges and the book A Learning College for the 21st Century offer guidelines for becoming a learning college and cite examples of some attempts.
As he lays. Serving the Bexar County community through its programs and services that help students succeed in acquiring the knowledge and skills needed in today's world. Today, five colleges fulfill this promise with a vast array of courses and 2-year degrees.