Webinar: Strategies for Community Engaged Teaching and Learning in Remote Learning Environments
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Community Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL) meaningfully integrates and aligns community-identified priorities and course learning outcomes. Many mutually beneficial partnerships exist between faculty, students, and community, but what does meaningful CETL look like as we transition to remote learning environments? How do we make the most of remote learning to support collaborative partnerships in CETL with attention to student learning and engagement as well as ethical and sustainable community connections?
By the end of this session, participants will:
- Examine key insights from current literature around remote CETL and Critical Community Engaged Scholarship (CCES)
- Review strategies and considerations for engagement in CETL with special attention to our current community context and the impacts of COVID-19
- Explore how to plan and integrate CETL into remote learning environments