Statewide 3-part webinar series on service learning and civic engagement
The Institute for Civic & Community Engagement is co-sponsoring a statewide 3-part webinar series on service learning and civic engagement. Moderated by our very own Dr. Kevin Kelly of San Francisco State, this series kicked off today, Wed. April 30th: “Creating Remote and Virtual Service-Learning Experiences” - There are more than 300 of faculty and staff across California’s public and private institutions who are currently registered for this important series. We look forward to interacting with you at our upcoming webinars and continuing to share best practices in the weeks ahead via virtual discussions (more info here).
The CSU Center for Community Engagement will be sharing all three webinar recordings, resources, an evaluation, and information about our Google Discussion Group at the conclusion of our 3-part series on May 8. However, anyone unable to attend the first session on 4/30 (or had technical difficulties!), that webinar recording with transcription is available here: Developing a Remote Learning Course (Password: 2Z!5.2?8). The April 30th session focused on the pedagogical aspects of putting service-learning courses online.
Panelists on 4/30 included: Michael Willard, Cal State LA; Leticia (“Leti”) Márquez-Magaña, San Francisco State; and, Annie White, CSU Channel Islands. Together we explored:
• Incorporating service learning activities in your course
• Making regular connections between your course and service learning projects
• Identifying interactive online strategies
• Adapting in-person strategies for online environments
• And addressing equity challenges for online learners
Part I: Developing a Remote Learning Course | April 30, 2020, 3pm PST
Part II: Enhancing Remote Learning through Virtual Service Learning Experiences | May 4, 2020, 3pm PST
Part III: Incorporating Critical Reflection into Online Service Learning Courses | May 7, 2020, 3pm PST
*POSTPONED - ICCE & HEI present: Engaged Research for Health Equity: Faculty and Community Development Forum
Listen to a facilitated panel discussion about community engaged research for health equity and discuss building engagement and Service Learning into your course with SFSU instructors and community partners. Learn about resources available to faculty through both HEI and ICCE.
Postponed until further notice
Lam Family College of Business Workshops with ICCE
ICCE, CEETL, & LF CoB present: Service Learning and Engaged Research "Day of Share" (for our CoB Faculty, Lecturers, & Staff only)
Come share your experiences with Service Learning! Topics for discussion will include both engaged research and service-learning in the classroom. Feel free to share completed projects, works in progress, or future ideas!
Monday, April 27, 2020 | online via Zoom
CSL 101 for CoB Instructors (for our CoB Faculty, Lecturers, & Staff only)
Attend this CSL 101 session in order to gain a better understanding of the benefits of CSL for you, your students, and the community. Obtain step-by-step instructions on turning a current course into a designated CSL course or creating a new CSL course.
Friday, May 8, 2020 | online via Zoom
CHSS Teaching Academy & ICCE present (for our CHSS Faculty, Lecturers, & Staff only): Reflective Service Learning and Social Justice Pedagogy | February 17th, 12:00-2:00PM | LIB 121
Join us for a dynamic discussion and experiential learning opportunity regarding how to transform your class into a service-learning course. We invite you to reflect on how your pedagogy can incorporate community-based, service-learning projects/activities for your students.
CoSE and ICCE Present: Sierra Nevada Field Campus Information Session | November 7th, 3:30-4:30pm | LIB 121
- Learn how to access SF State's Sierra Nevada Field Campus
- Explore ways to facilitate active/experiential learning
- Brainstorm fieldwork or research opportunities
LCA and ICCE Present: Real World Partnerships Revolutionize Education! | November 19th, 11:00am-12:15pm | HUM 587
- Listen to a panel of LCA students, alums, and faculty describe their Community Service Learning (CSL) experiences
- Learn how CSL has benefited LCA participants in their work and everyday life and how they have contributed to community vitality
- Find out how to get involved in CSL!
Community Service Learning Workshop (CSL 101) | October 11, 2019 10am-noon
Faculty and lecturers learned about Community Service Learning (CSL) and how to integrate this high-impact practice into their courses at a “CSL 101” Workshop. Organized each semester by ICCE, this workshop explored how to turn a current course into a CSL-designated class for students or include CSL designation when creating a new course. This valuable session also provided a brief overview of ICCE, explored how CSL contributes to student success, and discussed service-learning outcomes. The workshop included an experiential component, so participants were encouraged to bring at least one course syllabi. There was an opportunity for small group dialogue to review syllabi for building content connections.
“Critical Reflection in Service Learning” Workshop | Fri., Nov. 30, 2018, from 10:00a-12p
Faculty and lecturers joined us in this workshop to learn the benefits of using critical reflection in your Community Service Learning (CSL) course design and implementation. This workshop was open to faculty who currently teach (or plan to teach) CSL courses. In this workshop we achieved the following: 1) shared how ICCE can assist you in adding critical reflection to your course design; 2) reviewed the value of reflection as a theory and share ways to implement it as a practice; and 3) provided examples of how it has been used in specific courses and how it has enhanced student learning outcomes. Time was available for idea and resource sharing, as well as collaboration amongst colleagues. This interactive workshop supported faculty with new ways to incorporate reflection in their course design, enhance what they have already created, or shared their best practices with fellow faculty.
“CSL 101” Workshop | Friday, October 26, 2018, 10a-12pm
Faculty and lecturers learned about Community Service Learning (CSL) and how to integrate this high impact practice into their courses. We discussed the nuts and bolts of how to turn a current course into a CSL-related class for students or create a new CSL course. We provided a brief overview of ICCE, talked about what exactly is CSL, and what benefits and values does this contribute to student success. Service-learning outcomes also was discussed. We discussed logistics of designating a course to become an official CSL class including the course proposal content, online form, and review process. This workshop included an experiential component so participants should bring course syllabi as we’ll engage in small group dialogue as well. Additionally, we will shared what resources are available to faculty and lecturers to support their teaching, research, and service opportunities. For more information or a copy of the presentation and handouts provided, contact Nina Roberts, Ph.D., ICCE Faculty Director, firstname.lastname@example.org; x8-6473.
"Learning by Doing: Fifty Years of Community Service Learning in the College of Ethnic Studies" | Friday, April 20th, 2018
During its first 50 years, the College of Ethnic Studies has nurtured strong ties to community partners by placing students in volunteer positions and internships with some of the most dynamic organizations and agents of change in the SF Bay Area. During the workshop five of the College’s most seasoned community partners offered their insight about the best ways to promote social change through education. From their vantage point as activists in the field, and experiences working with SF State, community partners they shared how to best prepare our students for their life’s work as agents of change. Following the speaker’s panel, we engaged participants in a collaborative workshop between community partners and faculty to identify best practices for Community Service Learning (CSL) in the next fifty years. For more information and resources from the workshop, please contact Nina Roberts, Ph.D., ICCE Faculty Director with questions: email@example.com; x8-6473
“CSL 101” Workshop | Friday, March 2nd, 2018
Faculty and lecturers learned about Community Service Learning (CSL) and how to integrate this high impact practice into their courses. We discussed the nuts and bolts of how to turn a current course into a CSL-related class for students or create a new CSL course. We provided a brief overview of ICCE, talked about just what exactly is CSL, and what benefits and values does this contribute to student success. Service-learning outcomes were also discussed. We shared the nuts and bolts of designating a course to become an official CSL class including the course proposal content, online form, and review process. This workshop included an experiential component whereby faculty participants discussed course syllabi and engaged in small group dialogue. Additionally, we shared what resources are available to faculty and lecturers to support their teaching, research, and service opportunities. For more information or a copy of the presentation and handouts provided, contact Nina Roberts, Ph.D., ICCE Faculty Director, firstname.lastname@example.org; x8-6473.
ICCE Organized the Keynote Panel on Civic Engagement at the 2018 SF State Faculty Retreat | January 18th, 2018
Organized by ICCE, an interdisciplinary, dynamic discussion was moderated by Dr. Nina Roberts, ICCE Faculty Director & Professor of Recreation, Parks & Tourism. Members of the distinguished panel included Anoshua Chaudhuri, Professor & Chair, Dept of Economics/College of Business (ICCE Advisory Council member); Felix Kury, Lecturer, Latina/Latino Studies, College of Ethnic Studies; Leticia (“Leti”) Marquez-Magana, Professor of Biology & Director of the Health Equity Research Lab; and Eunice Kim, PACE graduate student. Attendees learned how faculty contribute to finding solutions to many of society’s greatest challenges and civically engage students in learning that affirms their social justice values leading to student success. People in the session were able to explore how faculty support students seeking to address important social/environmental justice issues through hands-on experiences, high impact practices, and enhance their sense of civic responsibility through action in the community. And, ICCE also helped out with Retreat planning by sponsoring the Dessert Social!