Join CELR Center and tenured faculty with experience teaching CEL on May 22nd and 23rd for the Annual CEL Institute. This learning institute will provide a strong foundation about Community Engaged Learning, and will also include tools that can be used in the classroom. Whether you are interested in teaching a CEL course for the first time, or already have experience teaching CEL Courses (ACEL or FSP) – please consider attending this two-day informational session. To register, please fill out this short Google Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe84H-AV4swIjee3MMnMznv6QWgnkiAECRiRsW4jmMYRxai2w/viewform?usp=sf_link.
- Brainstorming project ideas.
- Matching with community partner(s).
- Developing schedule of visits.
- Developing a grading rubric.
- Introducing project and goals to class.
- Developing reflection assignments or activities.
- Suggesting readings.
- Providing transportation to and from partner site.
- Assigning dates, taking attendance, managing contingencies.
- Liaising with community partner.
Assessment and Follow-Up
- Developing an assessment.
- Shaping final deliverable.
- Following up with community partner.
- Refining project for future semesters.