Faculty Discussion on Community-Engaged Teaching During COVID-19

Thursday, March 11, 2021 4:00pm to 5:00pm

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Attend an online discussion and skill-share about instructional practices related to community-engaged teaching during the pandemic. The discussion will be facilitated by Stu Jordan, senior lecturer in political science and faculty director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and Katrina Korfmacher, professor of environmental medicine and director of the Community Engagement Core. All faculty interested in community-engaged teaching and learning are invited to participate, whether or not they have taught such classes during the past year. Questions for discussion will include (but are not limited to):

• What are strategies for facilitating community partner involvement in classes that have worked well under the COVID-19 requirements?
• What are strategies for connecting students to community in virtual format have worked well?
• What are some strategies for conducting in-person CE activities that comply with the COVID-19 requirements that have worked well?
• What have you learned through community engagement during COVID that you will apply when we return to fully residential education and more extensive in-person interaction?

The link to join the event is: https://rochester.zoom.us/j/97109179806?pwd=NmZiQmxUbE1Nc0JjWXc0QWxVMVZydz09

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