Collaborative Teaching

Collaborative teaching (sometimes called cooperative or team teaching) involves educators working in tandem to lead, instruct, and mentor groups of students. D26 facilitates the creation of collaborative teams involving instructors from more than one club.

Working with our clubs' educational officers, D26 seeks to promote:​​

  • Inter-club sharing of instructors to:

    • Help all clubs meet members' learning needs

    • Provide mentorship to newer instructors

  • Multi-club cohorts of instructors who teach the same curriculum, to:

    • Promote shared experience

    • Facilitate team teaching, in person or in virtual classrooms available to all D26 students

  • Multi-club on-water training programs, to:

    • Expand student access to on-water training

    • Expand D26's Boat Operator Certification certifier capacity

 

As multi-club collaboration may involve the use of virtual classrooms, D26 also supports the appropriate use of technology and design of activities that increase student engagement and learning. 

Questions?

Talk to your club's Educational Officer, the D26 Educational Officer, or the Collaborative Teaching chair.

 

We Want Your Photos

All D26 Clubs are invited to share photos of your teaching teams engaging with students. Send them to the Content Manager.
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Thurmond Lake teaching team
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America's Boating Club of Hilton Head teaching team.