We value personalized learning experiences by approaching everyone as individuals.
We recognize in education that one size does not fit all. Learners have their own unique experiences and skill sets that influence the way that they learn or remain present during the process. Therefore, we strive to employ inclusive teaching practices for all.
We commit to evidence-based practices that facilitate significant learning experiences and utilize data to inform our services, curriculum design and development.
We enhance best practices for learning, teaching, and professional development using cognitive and meta cognitive strategies that encourage continuous reflection and reconciliation in our offerings.
We enable students, faculty, staff, and other members of Forsyth Tech community to learn and explore their professional motivation and interests which is proven to increase confidence and performance.
We expect opportunities for self-assessment and other forms of practice in the learning process. Practice is necessary for the facilitation of safe and penalty-free learning environments.
We educate learners on the importance of aligning “critical course components” to learning objectives and course outcomes for the elimination of material, technologies, and concepts that are unaligned. – From Quality Matters
Featured Professional Development
The Center for Teaching and Learning continuously provides a centralized mechanism to share, demonstrate, and promote evidence-based strategies and methodologies for the enhancement of instruction while engaging all participants as learners. Click the sections below to view our course offerings and explore our professional developoment tracks.