Community Engaged Learning Course Design Workshop

colorful mural
April 9, 2015 - 12:00pm
Shriram 368

Open to Stanford faculty. To reserve your spot, RSVP to Suzanne Gaulocher (gaulocher@stanford.edu).

For the adventurous professors that want to design a community-engaged learning component into a new or existing course, come to the Community Engaged Learning (CEL) Course Design Workshop! In this series, you will learn how to:

  • Define CEL for your field
  • Develop strong and lasting partnerships with organizations and communities
  • Connect your course with community development and address public issues
  • Develop your syllabus
  • Apply for funding or undergraduate coordinator support for your course

 

 

 Date | Time

Topic

Location

Week 1

April 9th, 12-1:30

What is Community Engaged Learning & What makes it Good? (Lunch Provided)

Shriram 368

Week 2

April 16th 12-1:30

Developing your course/syllabus construction (Lunch Provided)

Shriram 368

Week 3

April 23rd 12-1:30

Collaboration & reciprocity (Lunch Provided)

Shriram 368

Week 4

April 30th 12-1:30

Guiding student learning in CEL (Lunch Provided)

Shriram 368

Week 5

May 4-8th

CEL support for your course (Lunch NOT Provided)

Make an appointment with a DCEL.

Location TBD

Week 6

May 14th, 12-1:30

Share out your newly designed class (Lunch Provided)

Shriram 368

 

For more details about community engagement, please see the CEL website.

 

Event Sponsor: 
Center for Teaching and Learning/VPTL, Haas Center for Public Service
Contact Email: 
gaulocher@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
497-3657