Learning outcomes in community-based learning: Resources for instructors of community-engaged courses
Wednesday, Mar. 7 | 10:00 — 11:30 am
Jessica TeSlaa, Faculty Associate in WISCIENCE
This interactive session will introduce the UW-Madison effort to develop a framework of student learning outcomes that transcend disciplines for community-based learning courses across campus. We will consider how to develop learning outcomes that address growth in civic, intercultural, and personal domains. Then, we will discuss alignment of teaching and assessment strategies with these powerful but slippery learning outcomes. Practitioners will benefit from reflecting on how specificity and transparency improves student learning and the community experience.
Incorporating engaged scholarship into your tenure package
Moderator: Beth Tryon, Assistant Director of Community-Engaged Scholarship, Morgridge Center
Panelists: Aydin Bal, Associate Professor, Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education
Linn Posey-Maddox, Associate Professor, Educational Policy Studies
Maryellen MacDonald, Psychology Professor, Chair of the Social Studies Divisional Committee
Join us to hear from these faculty on incorporating community-engaged research and teaching into your tenure package. Tea and coffee will be served.