This session will share UC San Diego’s innovative use of its Co-Curricular Record (CCR) to bolster community engaged learning. The CCR helps students identify the skills they have developed beyond the classroom, recognizing involvement on an official record printed with their academic transcript, and showcasing skills and learning to employers and graduate programs. This record is an invaluable tool to help students reflect on competencies they have acquired through their engagement, as well as more formally assess student learning and hold students accountable to the communities they are serving. Presenters will share how the CCR was launched, the twelve core competencies employed, and how these tools have been used in community engaged learning programs to enrich and validate student experiences.
Learn about the history and use of the co-curricular record at UC San Diego Practice developing and vetting CCR activities in a “learning lab” setting
Think critically about potential applications of a co-curricular record in their home institution