Community Engaged Learning Podcast featuring Katie Kleinhesselink
From Megan Haskins
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Interested in learning more about Community Engaged Learning at DU? Check out the resources below.
Community-Engaged Learning Mini-Grants are available to support opportunities for community-engaged class projects, development of community-engaged courses, institutional capacity building, professional development, and Student Fellows: Community-Engaged Teaching.
Community-Engaged Teaching 101 is for instructors who are new to community-engaged teaching. This two day workshop is designed to increase knowledge about community-engaged pedagogy as well as prepare faculty to use best practices for community engagement in their courses.
Student Fellows work with DU faculty members to support community-engaged teaching, research, and/or creative work.
CCESL DU Portfolio Site – Includes resources for planning community-engaged courses, literature, sample syllabi, and more.
Scholar Shop is a platform that connects community organizations with DU students and faculty to address public problems through community-engaged classes, research, and/or creative work.
Coalition of Urban & Metropolitan Universities (CUMU is a national institutional membership organization that provides programming, professional development, and support on topics/issues related to urban higher ed including community-engaged learning. They also publish the academic journal Metropolitan Universities, which often includes scholarship related to community-engaged learning.
For scholarship on these topics, click the "Attachments" button above.