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CFE/Office of Civic Engagement Service-Learning Series - Topic: Evaluating the Impact of Service-Learning
Contributed by Wade Pickren on 10/11/2013
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
The alignment of instructional design and assessment is key to documenting and enhancing quality service-learning outcomes. This workshop will focus on instructional design strategies that foster key learning outcomes in service-learning and participants use resources provided and a course design template to identify appropriate instructional strategies as well as assessment techniques to evaluate quality learning in service-learning. The workshop facilitators will describe different types of instructional designs, assessment plans drawn from their own work in different fields as well as offer a number of tools and resources for workshop participants.
A certificate of completion will be offered to those who attend two of the three service-learning sessions (first session was held on 9/18/13 and the third will be held on 10/29/13). The series is intended to prepare IC faculty for the May 2014 CFE Excellence Institute on Service-Learning.
Co-sponsered by the Center for Faculty Excellence and the Office of Civic Engagement.
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