TAMU Collaborative Learning Center Difference and Benefits

The CLC Difference

Unique Program Features

Our full-day, full inclusion preschool program for children ages 2.6 – 6.0 years provides an encouraging and interesting environment for early learning and skill development. CLC exceeds expectations for high quality care and education. Unique characteristics of CLC include:

Nurturing Environments

Nurturing and well-managed classroom environments that help children develop self-regulation and respectful communication

Nationally Recognized Curriculum

Nationally recognized proven-effective comprehensive curriculum that includes 10 domains of learning; aligned to all state and national standards/guidelines

Real-world Learning

Real-world learning opportunities for college students entering professions in childcare, education, health sciences, state and local agency service providers

Collaborative Learning

Collaborative learning opportunities for learners ages 2.6 years through senior citizens

Collaborative Partnerships

Collaborative expertise with TAMU faculty from the College of Health Sciences and Nursing, College of Engineering, College of Education and Human Development, Department of Educational Psychology

Intergenerational Learning

Part of Intergenerational Learning Center, TAMU collaboration with multiple colleges to provide senior living facilities, services, and activities that promote well-being and healthy lifestyles socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically

Intergenerational Learning Center

The Intergenerational Learning Center is the first of its kind in the United States. The model will combine research, education, healthy lifestyle activities, and cooperative learning strategies purposed to enhance the quality of life for children, families and senior citizens and inform others about best practices for preventing and maintaining healthy living.
Collaborative Learning Center is proud to partner with the Intergenerational Learning Center, and looks forward to the official opening in 2021.