Civic and Community Engagement Across the Disciplines (CCExD) is a speakers' series hosted by the IUPUI Center for Service and Learning.
TOPIC Growing a Leader: Mentor and Mentee Create a sustainable Collaborative Model
Speakers: Dr. Jacqueline Blackwell (School of Education) and Derek Lane (Undergraduate, Education)
The importance of strong faculty mentoring/relationship building to support learning and practice.
The value of developing a recruitment and retention model for students who support facutly workload, enhance student learning and capacity building, enhance relationship building and monitoring with community parnters/sites.
The importance and value of student peer-to-peer mentoring in service-learning opportunities.
These events showcases the practices of faculty, instructors, and programs engaged in scholarly teaching and assessment that emphasizes one or more of the following:
Innovative and effective approaches ot service learning course/program design (domestic or international; undergraduate or graduate; etc.).
Methods that blend service learning pedagogy with other teaching methods/innovations.
Design, integration and assessmetn of student outcomes linked to civic learning, intercultural/multicultural compentance, civic/moral identity development, critical thinking and integrative reasoning.
Methods to integrate and assess the impact of communtiy-engaged learning on communities including the development of reciprocal and transformational partnerships.
Strategies to manage the issues of workload associated wit teh use of community-engaged teaching and learnign practices.
Practices that effectively enhance the quality of collaborations and trust among universities and communities.
Institutional issues that impact the practice of community-engaged teaching at IUPUI (i.e. risk, liability, etc.)
There are no upcoming dates for this event.