Overview

Attend our faculty workshops and events to learn from your colleagues and share strategies and resources around community-engaged learning.

Contents

November 11 Knowledge Mobilization – Workshop
February 28 Faculty Course Design – Workshop
March 24 Faculty Roundtable: Reciprocal and Respectful Partnerships with Indigenous Community Organizations
Past events Faculty gatherings

Knowledge Mobilization Workshop

Friday, November 11, 2016  2 - 4 p.m.  
Main Activity Hall, 2nd Floor, Koffler House, 569 Spadina Ave, University of Toronto

Registration for this event is now closed. Thank you for your interest.

This interactive workshop will be facilitated by Caroline Duvieusart-Déry, Knowledge Mobilization Coordinator, and Lindsey Thomson, Community Engaged Learning Manager, both with the Community Engaged Scholarship Institute at the University of Guelph. Caroline works with faculty members, students and community organizations to facilitate community-university partnerships and enhance the impact of research. Lindsey supports faculty members in building partnerships and curriculum for community-engaged learning.

In this workshop, Caroline and Lindsey will share strategies on how faculty can translate and disseminate knowledge that emerges from community-engaged learning courses. They will discuss various KMb tools and techniques that facilitate the implementation of evidence into practice and support target audiences in sustainable change. The workshop will be generative and will also introduce participants to the Certificate in Knowledge Mobilization, a new professional program offered at the University of Guelph as of January, 2017.

Faculty Course Design Workshop

Tuesday February 28, 2017 1 - 3 p.m.
Meeting Room KP 310, Koffler House, 569 Spadina Ave., University of Toronto  

Register here:   Registration for this event is now CLOSED.

Join us for a morning workshop that will cover the fundamentals of service-learning pedagogy and practice and provide practical strategies for designing and running a community-engaged learning course. Bring a syllabus that you’d like to re-design or the idea for a course you’d like to create, and together we’ll work on designing a successful community-engaged learning course.

Faculty Roundtable: Reciprocal and Respectful Partnerships with Indigenous Community Organizations

Friday, March 24, 2017  11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

MultiPurpose Room, 2nd Floor, Koffler House, 569 Spadina Ave., University of Toronto               

Roundtable speakers: Jill Carter (Aboriginal Studies and First Story), Marilyn Johnson (Centre for Community Partnerships), Steve Teekens (Na-Ma-Res Native Men’s Residence).

Register here by Tuesday, March 21 at 4:30 p.m.   Registration for this event is now CLOSED.

The Centre for Community Partnerships' Roundtables on Community-Engaged Learning aim to foster new ideas, thoughtful conversations and resource sharing among instructors. Join us at our next roundtable to discuss the creation and nurturing of reciprocal and respectful partnerships with Indigenous community organizations in community-engaged learning courses.

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations have importantly stressed the value of an expanded and deepened education for settler and Indigenous students on Indigenous histories, cultures and issues and have led to a rise in interest in community-engaged learning partnerships with Indigenous communities and organizations. How can we, as instructors of community-engaged learning courses, approach our courses and community partnerships so that we that contribute to the resources of Indigenous community organizations rather than tax them? How might we avoid imposing a “burden of help,” and, more significantly, move our students beyond an understanding of community-engaged learning as an exercise of “helping” towards goals of learning, solidarity and activism? 

Past events for faculty 2014-2015 & 2015-16

Looking for information about the kinds of events offered by CCP in the past? Our faculty gatherings are informal meetings that bring together instructors who teach, or are interested in teaching, community-engaged and service-learning courses; and our workshops have covered a variety of topics related to community-engaged learning.