Community Engaged Courses provide an exciting opportunity for students, faculty, and community partners to work together on issues of joint concern. In these courses, student learning and faculty teaching becomes immediately relevant as students use what they are learning in class for their projects, and community partners are able to advance their missions through the added human capacity to move projects forward. Over this last year, we have all felt the loss of human connections. Are you interested in learning more about this pedagogy that allows you to contribute to a more connected community while simultaneously deepening student learning through this demonstrated high impact educational practice? This workshop will introduce you to the basics of community engaged teaching and learning and to WashU resources available to instructors who are teaching these courses.
Cassie Power, Ph.D.
Associate Director for Faculty and Academic Engagement
Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement
For questions about this workshop, please contact Denise Leonard.