CBL Faculty Summer Workshop Keynote Presentation
LEADing with Community: Developing the Transformative Educational Capacity of Community-Based Learning
On Wednesday, June 2 from 12:30 - 1:30 pm, Dr. Patrick M. Green, Executive Director, Center for Engaged Learning at Loyola University Chicago, will offer a keynote presentation, "LEADing with Community: Developing the Transformative Educational Capacity of Community-Based Learning" via Zoom.
Building upon the critical service-learning framework (Mitchell, 2008) and the lens of Ignatian Pedagogy, the session will discuss how community-based learning has the potential to lead to a transformative educational experience that is key to Jesuit education. Discussing the “LEADing with Community” approach that centers community partners as co-educators, participants will engage in dialogue around community-based learning strategies to develop mutually beneficial relationships with partners and move toward reciprocity. Participants will reflect upon and begin to articulate an action plan for how they will adopt/adapt strategies with their own courses/programs to center community partners and anchor learning in a justice-orientation.
Interested faculty and administrators are invited to join for this keynote presentation. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Spring 2021 CBL Talks
During the Spring 2021 semester, the Office of Community-Based Learning in collaboration with various campus partners,was pleased to offer a series of "CBL Talks." The goal of these CBL Talks is to provide University students with information and insights into some of the major challenges and opportunities facing the Scranton area and how they can be part of positive change.
Each of the CBL Talks was offered as a live session with Q&A during the spring semester. These session were recorded to serve as a resource for CBL courses. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Community-Based Learning Faculty Meetings
Individual Faculty Meetings by Appointment
Faculty interested in discussing specific project ideas, identifying potential partners and projects for a specific course, or interested in learning more about CBL/CBR pedagogy in a virtual context are encouraged to schedule an individual meeting with members of The Office of Community Based Learning.
To make an individual appointment, please email your request and topic of interest along with availability to email@example.com.
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