The Center for the Advancement of Teaching is excited to announce a new collaboration with the Center for Community Learning: Community-Engaged Pedagogy Faculty Workshops.
Join us for a lunchtime discussion with colleagues engaged in various forms of community-engaged teaching and research. Our first event will be on October 23rd from 12-1:30 in Powell 186.
MULTIPLE MODELS FOR COMMUNITY-ENGAGED TEACHING
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.
In this session, you’ll hear from colleagues to illustrate various models for this community-engaged teaching and learning: client/consulting, co-learning, research, and direct service approaches. You’ll also learn about the new draft framework for community-engaged teaching under review by the Undergraduate Council.
Andy Atkeson, Economics
Jenny Jay, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Lauri Mattenson, Writing Program
Carla Suhr, Spanish and Portuguese
Shalom Staub, Center for Community Learning