High School teachers
High School teachers and college professors work hand-in-hand to develop curriculum and teaching strategies to better prepare students for college success.
- Acquire discipline-specific, professional development
- Build relationships with your campus colleagues
- Share your own teaching best practices with university faculty
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What do other High School dual-credit instructors have to say?
“Having the opportunity to collaborate with UWL faculty on a daily basis has taken my teaching to a higher level.”
- Wendi Hundt, West Salem High School, UWL Communications Studies 110
Teachers who participated in university professional development on the impact of dual credit teacher preparation on their high school teaching practice:
“I have examined my personal philosophy of teaching and I am rethinking how I teach and what makes me a good-great teacher vs. a mediocre teacher.“
“I have a better awareness of what is expected of college freshmen.”
“I have already been putting many of the principles of the course into action in my classroom. It has really helped me to focus on the specific skills seniors will need as they prepare for the next step of college.”