Faculty Institute on Community-Engaged Learning – May 13

The University of Toronto’s Centre for Community Partnerships presents their Annual Faculty Institute on Community-Engaged Learning:

“Aligning Intention and Action in Community-Engaged Learning.”

Keynote speaker and workshop leader: Tania D. Mitchell

May 13, 2015

10:00am to 4:30pm

Music Room, Hart House, University of Toronto

The 2015 Faculty Institute on Community-Engaged Learning will focus on “Aligning Intention and Action in Community-Engaged Learning.” The day will include a keynote address, lunch, panels on service-learning research and on an exemplary community-engaged learning course, and a hands-on workshop on “Navigating Power in the Community-Engaged Classroom.”

Tania D. Mitchell is an assistant professor in the department of postsecondary teaching and learning at the University of Minnesota’s college of education and human development. Her teaching interests include social justice theory, civic discourse, public service, college student development and the pedagogy, philosophy and practice of service-learning in higher education.  Much of her research focuses on service-learning as a critical pedagogy to explore civic identity, social justice, student learning and development, race and racism, and community practice.

Additional details, including a call for papers (due April 2) and registration information, are available on the Centre for Community Partnerships website: http://ccp.utoronto.ca/Faculty/Faculty-Events/Faculty-Institute.htm

This entry was posted in Events & Opportunities. Bookmark the permalink.