Document Type

Event

Event Title

Challenges and Opportunities in Teaching with Civic Learning and Community Engagement Curricula

Location

MC 415

Start Date

10-1-2018 1:15 PM

End Date

10-1-2018 2:15 PM

Description

Would you like to help your students learn course material while also contributing to the university and local community? This session brings together faculty from English, Communication Arts, Sociology, and Chemistry and Food Science—many of whom participated in the 2016–2017 Civic Learning, Engagement and Outreach (CLEO) faculty workshop—to share their experiences with different types of service learning initiatives. Topics include finding a partner organization, clearly communicating expectations, and creating meaningful assignments. Panelists will share both their success stories and their stumbling blocks. You’ll have a chance to explore and discuss your own ideas about how to incorporate service learning and community work into your teaching.

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Jan 10th, 1:15 PM Jan 10th, 2:15 PM

Challenges and Opportunities in Teaching with Civic Learning and Community Engagement Curricula

MC 415

Would you like to help your students learn course material while also contributing to the university and local community? This session brings together faculty from English, Communication Arts, Sociology, and Chemistry and Food Science—many of whom participated in the 2016–2017 Civic Learning, Engagement and Outreach (CLEO) faculty workshop—to share their experiences with different types of service learning initiatives. Topics include finding a partner organization, clearly communicating expectations, and creating meaningful assignments. Panelists will share both their success stories and their stumbling blocks. You’ll have a chance to explore and discuss your own ideas about how to incorporate service learning and community work into your teaching.