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CBL Courses

 

Courses designated as Community Based Learning (CBL):

  1. Involve ongoing working relationships between students and local or global communities;
  2. Are premised on reciprocity and mutual benefit for students and the partnering communities; and
  3. Employ a structured, reflective pedagogy that aims to address assumptions about self and community, develop creativity and adaptability, and prepare students for participation in a diverse democracy.

 

WINTER 2019 COMMUNITY-BASED LEARNING COURSES!

Click on the drop-down menus below to explore Community-Base Learning Courses:

Community & Political Engagement

WINTER 2019

ALA101 Sec. 002 A User's Guide to the Liberal Arts

AMCULT 311 Sec. 010 American Culture and the Humanities

AMCULT 321/ PSY 325  Detroit Initiative; Empowering Families and Communities

RCSSCI 489/SOC 489 Organizing: People, Power, and Change

UC 275 Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduates

SOC 325 Project Community; Advanced Practicum

Education, Literacy & Youth Empowerment

WINTER 2019

COMPLIT 376 Literature and Ideas

PSYCH 307 Directed Experiences with Children; Practicum in Child Development and  Child Care

EDU 390 / ELI 390 /LING 390 / RCSSCI 390 Sec. 001-002 Community-Engaged Learning in ESL Teaching Contexts

ALA101 Sec. 002 A User's Guide to the Liberal Arts

RCSSCI 360 Sec.001 Social Science Junior Seminar; What's Food Got to Do with It?

SOC 225 Project Community: Sociology in Action;

    Multiple Sections:

  • 002 — ED: Ann Arbor Public Schools– Work with elementary school students in the classroom
  • 003 — ED: Brilliant Detroit– Provide literacy and educational programs in Detroit neighborhoods
  • 005 — ED: Latino Family Services– Help youth build social and academic skills in Southwest Detroit
  • 006 — ED: Mentor2Youth– Positively impact the futures of disadvantaged youth in Ypsilanti
  • 009 — ED: Avalon Housing– Assist with afterschool programming for youth who have experienced homelessnes
  • 011 — ED: Peace Neighborhood Center– Engage in afterschool programs designed to promote education, health, and well-being
  • 12 — ED: 826Michigan– Inspire students to write confidently and provide homework help

Empowerment through the Arts

WINTER 2019

RCHUMS 341  Empowering Community Through the Arts

Languages & the Humanities

WINTER 2019

EDU 390 / ELI 390 /LING 390 / RCSSCI 390 Sec. 001-002 Community-Engaged Learning in ESL Teaching Contexts

INSTHUM 311 Sec. 001-002 Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies

LING 385 Sec. 001 Experiential Practice

RCLANG 204 Spanish Language Internship Project I

RCLANG 304 Sec. 001 PALMA: Spanish in the Community

WOMENSTD 351 Sec. 001 Leading Feminism

RCCORE 309 Sec. 011 Study Off-Campus; French Service Learning

ENGLISH 322  Community Journalism; The Art and Practice of Narrative Nonfiction

ENGLISH 122 Sec. 005 Literature and Writing Outside the Classroom

ENGLISH 229 Sec. 006 Professional Writing; Critical, Rhetorical and Community Frameworks

Law, Human Rights & Social Justice

WINTER 2019

AMCULT/SOC 221 Unequal America: Understanding Social Inequality

RCSSCI 360 Sec.004 Social Science Junior Seminar; What's Food Got to Do with It?

RCSSCI 360 Sec 003 Social Justice Junior Seminar; Energy Justice and Activism

RCSSCI 360 Sec. 007 Social Science Junior Seminar; Inside-Out Prison Exchange Course: Mass Incarceration and Conscientization

CLCIV 479 Sec. 001 Socratic Tradition of Conscientious Objection; Inside-Out Prison Exchange Course

THTREMUS 335 / RCHUMS 335 Theatre and Incarceration

RCHUMS 334 Sec. 013 Special Topics in the Humanities; Workshop with Incarcerated Poets and Artists: The Art of Place

RCARTS 334 Special Topics in the Creative Arts; Humanize the Numbers

SOC 225 Project Community: Sociology in Action

            Multiple Sections:

  • 018 — CJ: Gus Harrison Prison (Men & Women
  • 019 — CJ: Washtenaw County Jail (Men &Women)
  • 020 — CJ: Washtenaw County Jail (Men &Women)

SOC 391 Sociology in Practice

Science & Public Health

WINTER 2019

PSYCH 305 Sec. 010 & 661 Practicum in Psychology; Alcohol and Other Behavior Disorders in Community Settings, II

PSYCH 306 Sec. 001-005 Project Outreach Group Leading

RCCORE 309 Sec 141 Study Off- Campus; Hospital Volunteers’ Service Learning

RCSSCI 360 Sec.004 Social Science Junior Seminar; What's Food Got to Do with It?

RCCSI 360 Sec. 003 Energy Justice & Activism

SOC 225 Project Community: Sociology in Action

            Multiple Sections:

  • 007 — PH: Jewish Family Services– Provide medical appointment accompaniment for older adults
  • 014 — PH: Unified HIV Health & Beyond– Support HIV prevention, education, & advocacy
  • 015 — PH: Shelter Association of Washtenaw County/Food Gatherers– Provide compassionate support at the Delonis Center for individuals experiencing homelessness and/or address food insecurity with the Food Gatherers
  • 016 — PH: Project Healthy Schools– Present nutrition & healthy choices workshops to youth

 

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