"Re-energizing Teaching: From Content to Essential Skills"
A five-part professional development series that will focus on how course-based experiential learning is a tool to better connect with students’ needs and to reignite the joy in your teaching. Runs October 2021 through February 2022 with two in-person sessions, two virtual sessions, and self-paced work.
Apply to the training here.
Given the overwhelming amount of information available through digital sources, we aim to curate a collection of literature and resources that aid in conversations about the need for and proper implementation of experiential education.
High Impact Practices: Eight Key Features and Examples (Kuh, O'Donnell, Reed)
Bringing Theory to Practice (AACU)
Experiential Learning in the Time of COVID-19
With the current disruptions to the traditional setting of education and the workplace, we must think creatively about how to deliver high impact practices using methods capable of pivoting to meet changing circumstances. It is important to take measures ensuring the quality of students' experiences remains on par with institutional standards.
ELCE will continue to search for resources that support our faculty and students who are engaged in experiential education during these trying times. If you find anything that you think could be helpful, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will share it with our community.