CAT is excited to collaborate with the Center for Community Learning to publicize this community-engaged pedagogy workshop. In this session, you’ll hear how the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused UCLA faculty to change the ways in which we teach community-engaged courses. This session will present some examples from instructors who have not only managed to pivot to new formats of community-engaged pedagogy, but have found successful methods of providing both their students and their community partners with tangible benefits, despite the need to remain socially distant.
David Shorter, Professor, World Arts & Cultures
Carla Suhr, Lecturer, Spanish & Portuguese
Shalom Staub, Director, Center for Community Learning
Please RSVP to the Center for Community Learning and join the workshop via this Zoom link
About the Workshop Series:
Community-engaged pedagogy is an approach that seeks to create reciprocal value for the learner and the community. Faculty in many disciplines have embraced this pedagogy in creative ways in a wide range of courses. Watch for more events in this workshop series!
Center for Community Learning, Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Center for Diverse Leadership in Science, and Institute for Inequality and Democracy