CETL Service Learning Fall 2021 Short Series
October 26 & November 3, 11 - 1:00 to 2:30 pm
Session 01 - Tuesday, October 26
Overview of the pedagogy of Service Learning along with best practices, critical reflection, what the research says, and different kinds of SL at UConn, discussion of individual and collective faculty aspirations and course ideas (bring syllabus of course if you have one or bring ideas of the course you would like to teach).
Register - https://fins.uconn.edu/secure_inst/workshops/workshop_view.php?ser=2205
Session 02 - Wednesday, November 3
This session will review specific ways Service Learning can lead to research, publication, and grants in collaboration with community. We will also discuss keys to navigating community partnerships to ensure authentic, long standing relationships.
Register - https://fins.uconn.edu/secure_inst/workshops/workshop_view.php?ser=2206
Session 03 - Thursday, November 11
With Contributor: Monica Miller-Smith, Human Development and Family Sciences
How does Service Learning engage students and community to work together and provide intentional learning spaces for social justice and human rights conversations? We will delve into how this authentic teaching and learning style opens the space for discussions around race, culture, and social justice and how to navigate through those topics of conversation.
Register - https://fins.uconn.edu/secure_inst/workshops/workshop_view.php?ser=2207
For more information, please contact Julia.Yakovich@UConn.edu
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