Learning Community Collaboration in a Remote Environment
‘Learning Community Collaboration in Remote Teaching: CWP and HIS/AAS’ Wednesday, October 28 3:00-3:50 PM
The Teaching and Learning Center and Applied Learning are pleased to announce the continuation of the Applied Learning Conversation series: Remote and Hybrid Learning. Sessions on various applied learning topics will led by AAL Fellows throughout the academic year.
A short presentation will be followed by a discussion exploring ways we can design new activities or adapt or revise current projects.
Educators long ago recognized the need for, benefits of, and consequential success for applied learning that engages students in a learning process and environment that takes place in both the classroom and real-world experience. Such a strategy has been paramount in developing this particular section of CWP101 which is part of a learning community, entitled, THUG LIFE and it centered around the theme of social justice. In this presentation by Tristin Slater will discuss the class’s applied learning activities which will culminate with the students developing a newspaper at the end of the semester. This applied learning experience will help improve their writing skills, critical thinking and applying what they learned to a real world scenario. Time for questions and sharing ideas among attendees will end the talk.
Please register through the Workshop Registration System.
- Wednesday, October 28, 2020
- 3:00pm - 3:50pm