Service Learning

When

Nov. 13, 2020, 12pm to 1:30pm

Office/Remote Location

Online

Description

What is service-learning? How can it be implemented in my discipline? If you have thought about teaching and would like your students to put theoretical knowledge into practice while partnering with the broader community, this workshop will give you the basic theoretical framework, provide you with relevant resources, and help you draft out your very own service-learning project.

By participating in this workshop you will:

  • Define service-learning
  • Define critical service-learning
  • Articulate how service-learning can be applied in higher education
  • Identify potential service-learning projects to address community challenges
  • Understand how the subject matter can be applied to daily life
  • Identify the connection between their academic learning and the community (real-life experience)

Professional Development Academy Program: GCTC
Professional Development Academy Pillars: Teaching
Learning Experience: Lecture
Time Commitment: < 2 hours
Lifecycle Stage: Early-Mid-Late Master’s, Early-Mid-Late Doctoral
Panelists/Facilitator(s): 

  • Rian Satterwhite, Director, Service Learning & Leadership
  • Elena Gandia Garcia, Associate Professor-in-Residence, Spanish, World Languages and Cultures

Admission Information

This workshop is open to graduate students. Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance for the workshop.

Contact Information

Graduate College
Grad Rebel

External Sponsor

Graduate College

Office of Community Engagement