Acquiring contextual competency allows individuals to identify and integrate relevant past and present issues affecting individuals, organizations, local societies, and global communities and to understand the constraints and impacts of social, cultural, environmental, political, and other contexts on issues and solutions.
Thelma Farley ’61
Bachelor of Arts in Music Education
If you think about it, none of us learns from a cookie-cutter approach, one-size fits all or all on the same day at the same time, Thelma advises. Children and teens learn through very specific ways, depending primarily on their age and stage of development.
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