Community-Engaged Education Toolkit workshop: Register now
Currently developing a community-engaged curriculum? Need help augmenting a course? Working with community partners? Simply interested in community-engaged education and upcoming opportunities?
The Office of Community engagement has created a new toolkit to help McMaster staff and faculty develop community-engaged curriculum and education initiatives.
The Office is hosting workshops aimed at helping staff and faculty learn how to apply this toolkit to curriculum development.
Workshops will be held on:
Tuesday February 6th @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Monday February 26th @ 2:30pm-4:00pm
Wednesday February 28th @ 12:30-2pm
All workshops will take place in 103B Hamilton Hall.
Staff and faculty can also request a one-on-one session to discuss the toolkit with Office staff by emailing email@example.com.
THE WORKSHOP WILL INCLUDE:
- Access to the Community-Engaged Education Toolkit through Avenue 2 Learn
- Introduction to the Community-Engaged Education Toolkit and how to use it
- A guest speaker with experience using community engagements’ core principles in their curriculum
- Additional resources available to assist with community-engaged educational development
ABOUT THE COMMUNITY-ENGAGED EDUCATION TOOLKIT
McMaster’s Office of Community Engagement has created a toolkit to contribute to the teaching and learning at McMaster University by supporting and building the capacity for community-engaged education. The aim is to prepare McMaster’s faculty, staff and students for community-engaged educational initiatives. The toolkit includes the essential principles, tools, as well as examples that can be used by staff and faculty to equip students for community-engaged educational settings.
At McMaster, community engagement values fostering ongoing collaboration between the University and community partners on how to better understand and consider the issues identified as priorities by local and global communities. The CEE toolkit brings McMaster closer to performing research, teaching, and service with community members and partners for the public good within the local and global community.