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TEAM A: ELIZABETH ANDREWS ALICIA KIMMEL DOHNYALE PALMER AISSATA ZERBO Innovative Program Brief AET 510 November 16, 2013 Devin Andrews
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Hands of Serve is a Texas program developed in 2004. Program focus is the specific needs and expectations of adult learners. Incorporates industry-based terminology into an academic curriculum.
HISTORICAL CONTEXT Driven by the need for an educated adult workforce Based on the CTTC Response to Senate Bill 280 Answers employment demands for the community Provides an answer to educating Adult ELL and Adult Technical learners
ANDRAGOGICAL ASPECTS Allows students to achieve their goals Helps them with job readiness Helps adults excel in the workforce Gives students relevant education skills
FUTURE EFFECTS Tailored skills for adult learners: Use of industry specific terminology built into curriculum Fostering an early understanding of specific industries Results in specialized adult students ready for the job market
FUTURE EFFECTS CONTINUED Educational skills tailored to the current job market Partnership between career services department and key industry leaders Employers contribute input to programs, based on needs Guaranteed employment for graduating students
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