|Sharing Creative Models and Innovative Approaches to Faculty Development||Tuesday, September 27, 2022||2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)|
|Engaging Community Partners as Co-Educators, Comrades, and Co-Conspirators||Wednesday, November 9, 2022||2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)|
These workshops are open to active Campus Compact members and are a benefit of Campus Compact membership. If you have a question about your member status, please contact Natalie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is a commonly accepted statement in the community engagement field that community partners function as co-educators of students. However, this construct of co-educator is much harder to put into practice when one is actually creating and implementing a course. Hear from pairs of faculty and community partners about how their co-educator partnerships work “in practice,” and get their candid insights about the opportunities and challenges inherent in this kind of relationship. Participants will also explore how partnerships can situate faculty and community partners as comrades and co-conspirators in transforming higher education and community spaces to be more just and equitable.
This session is for faculty, professional staff, students, and community partners.
- Star Plaxton-Moore, Campus Compact Faculty Development Fellow & Director of Community-Engaged Learning, Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good, University of San Francisco
Executive Director, Lang Center for Civic & Social Responsibility and Associate Professor of Political Science