CEAL workshops are co-designed with faculty in order to support student learning outcomes in an engaging and interactive way. While we have a selection of workshops from which you can choose, they can also serve as the foundation for designing workshops specific to your needs. During your consultation with a CEAL staff member you will:
- Identify how the workshop(s) will be integrated into your course
- Provide feedback on ways to design the course to fit the needs of your students
- Establish a plan and timeline for implementation
We offer workshops in the following areas: (drop down buttons)
Reflective practice is a core component of CBL. Reflection allows students to connect their experiences in the community with their learning. These sessions focus on creating opportunities for students to practice critical reflection across areas of personal growth, academic enhancement, and civic learning.
- Visual Thinking Strategies and Community
- Critical Reflection: The DEAL Model
- Cognitive Mapping Approaches to Reflection
Building strong community relationships will set a solid foundation for the CBL experience. These sessions focus on how to appropriately begin new community partnerships, ways to build athenic connections with community members, and the importance of maintaining positive relationships once the course is over.
- Developing Authentic Community Partnerships
- Service Learning in International Contexts
- Breaking Stereotypes and Recognizing Community Cultural Wealth
Students practice key transferable skills such as collaboration, time management, and communication during their CBL experiences. These professional development sessions focus on helping students to identify the skills they are practicing that they can apply in their future internships and career opportunities based on their academic disciplines.
- Leadership, Vision, & Time Management
- Communicating for Effective Collaboration
- Learning contracts for Successful Internships
Our workshops also promote thecore competencies outlined by the Vice Provost for Global & Interdisciplinary Academic Affairs.