Thinking About Impact in Community-Engaged Teaching
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to our Community-Engaged Pedagogy Faculty Workshops. Join us via Zoom with colleagues engaged in various forms of community-engaged teaching and research.
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 about the UCLA Labor Center’s Community Scholars Program, a long-standing initiative that engages students and community stakeholders in collaborative applied research that has advanced progressive change in Los Angeles. Participants will learn about various ways in which they can consider impact on both students and the community.
Kent Wong, Director of UCLA Labor Center
Janna Shadduck-Hernandez, Project Director for the UCLA Labor Center and Instructor for the Labor studies Department
Shalom Staub, Center for Community Learning