IARSLCE Webinar IARSLCE Webinars are free at this time, but will become a member-exclusive benefit in the future. IARSLCE membership is an affordable way to be a part of the only organization whose expressed primary purpose is to cultivate, encourage, and present research across all engagement forms and educational levels. We connect scholars around the Read more about IARSLCE Webinar: Sharing Stories of Our Work: Engaging Ethical Practices to Lift up Diverse Stakeholder Narratives in Research and Program Inquiry[…]
Session II: Community and Civic Engagement through the Lens of Accreditation Standards I & II WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2021 | 2:00 – 3:00 PM REGISTER HERE!
CCNYPA Communities of Practice coming soon! Join a CoP to connect with colleagues and together work to deepen your practice. Exploring the College Environment, Social Media, and Pedagogy Supporting Digital Civic Engagement (5 sessions on Fridays) FEBRUARY 26, MARCH 12, MARCH 26, APRIL 9, APRIL 23 | 2:00 – 4:00 PM Civic Engagement as Social Read more about CCNYPA Communities of Practice[…]
Date Thursday, April 22, 2021 Time 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (EDT) Description This webinar idea grew out of a Campus Compact Community of Practice entitled ‘Developing Students’ Critical Consciousness through Meaningful Praxis in Community Engagement’. During this Community of Practice, facilitators and participants alike found the need to continue this ever-increasingly important dialogue and Read more about Critical Consciousness for Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning[…]
Date Thursday, February 25, 2021 Time 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (EST) Description It is no secret that market forces play an important role in shaping almost everything in the world, and the higher education civic engagement movement (CEM) is no exception. Market forces have created pressures within higher education that have created the “entrepreneurial Read more about The Quest for Authentic Community Engagement: How Market Forces Shape Community Engagement and What to Do About It[…]
Date Thursday, February 11, 2021 Time 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (EST) Description Community-engaged experiences provide the opportunity for faculty to collaborate authentically and reciprocally with partners who often represent historically disenfranchised communities where policy, resource allocation, and deficit-based communication strategies had an impact on growth, perception and development. This recipe results in implicit bias Read more about Avoiding Microaggressions within Service Learning and Community Engaged Learning[…]