with Dia Penning and Lott Hill, Director, CTE
What are the shared theoretical underpinnings that unite the varied forms of public scholarship? On the Columbia College Campus, Civic Engagement opportunities for students and faculty encompass community-based research, university-community partnerships, experiential learning, and service learning. What is our common language? How do we measure our success? Through dialogue and investigation, we will explore connections to civic engagement that exist in existing classes, enhancing your student learning outcomes and determine how to develop useful assessment rubrics.
Civic Engagement: Tools and Techniques
with Dia Penning & Lott Hill, Director, CTE
Building on the tools and discussion from Civic Engagement 101, this workshop will model lessons and techniques useful in building classroom engagement. Example curriculum from civic education, theater pedagogies, and arts integration will be used.
The Center for Community Arts Partnerships
with Dia Penning & Lott Hill, CTE, with CCAP
encourages the authentic development of public collaborations; with examples of best practices, suggestions for community partners, and tips for sustaining long term partnerships.
Guest artists model teaching practices through exploration of the yearly Critical Encounters focus, encouraging the collective learning of CCC faculty, graduate students and artists in the field.
Not all programs are offered each semester. Please see out current schedule for programming, times and locations.