Please see a CTLT workshop scheduled for next week that is designed to support TA’s develop knowledge and competencies related to working with a community engaged learning course. Please forward to any Grad students you think might be interested. They will need to click the below link to sign up and learn more about the session.
TA’ing a Community Engaged Learning Course: Exploring the Roles, Tension Points and Opportunities for Professional Development
In this session we will introduce community engaged learning (CEL) as a growing teaching strategy here at UBC. We discuss what community engaged learning is, its principles, and the role of TAs in relation to instructor(s), student(s) and community partners/stakeholders. We will explore the complexities, richness and challenges of these roles, and through discussion, activities and roleplay, we will enhance participants’ understanding of and skills that TAs can apply in community engaged courses.
§ Colin Dring, PhD student, Integrated Studies in Land and Food Systems
§ Kyle Nelson, Community-engaged experiential learning officer, Centre for Community Engaged Learning
Community Engaged Learning Officer|Centre for Community Engaged Learning
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Territory