Dr. Evangeline Manjares
NCC’s Applied Learning program has valuable impacts on the community, the college and especially the students. We want more students and faculty to get involved in Applied Learning. We believe that it is an important teaching and learning method that helps to build and strengthen communities while bringing the curriculum to life. Applied Learning has been embraced by Nassau Community College for several years. Its formalization came about with the creation of the Center for Service Learning in the fall of 2010. With SUNY’s mandate in May 2015, the Center for Service Learning was replaced to Center for Applied Learning. Several applied learning activities have occurred on campus. Please browse through our newsletters.
For more information, please call Dr. Evangeline Manjares, 516.572.9775 or Evangeline.Manjares@ncc.edu
Functions in coordination with the Academic Senate’s ad-hoc Committee on Applied Learning:
Activities and Tasks in coordination with the Academic Senate’s ad-hoc committee on Applied Learning:
Applied learning is referred by SUNY as an educational approach whereby students learn by engaging in direct application of skills, theories and models. Students apply knowledge and skills gained from traditional classroom learning to hands-on and/or real-world settings, creative projects or independent or directed research, and in turn apply what is gained from the applied experience to academic learning. Must be a structured opportunity for students to self-assess, analyze, and examine The Activity Must be Assessed and Evaluated Outcomes and processes should be systematically documented with regard to initial intentions and quality outcomes.
SUNY Discovers: student research, entrepreneurial ventures, field study, and international experiences.
SUNY Works: clinical placements, internships, and cooperative education in which faculty and area employers have jointly developed curricula that integrate classroom instruction and on-the-job experience.
SUNY Serves: service-learning, community service, civic engagement, and volunteerism.
Three Applied Learning Roles - Student | Faculty & Staff | Community
High Impact Practice