Updated On October 10, 2019 - 2:49pm

New Community-Engaged Pedagogy Faculty Workshops

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.

Panelists:

Andy Atkeson, Economics

Jenny Jay, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Lauri Mattenson, Writing Program

Carla Suhr, Spanish and Portuguese

Moderator:

Shalom Staub, Center for Community Learning