Community-Based Learning/Service-Learning and COVID-19
Posted by Portland State University on March 17, 2020
As we adjust to our new temporary reality in the face of COVID-19, there are many factors to consider when thinking about transitioning a Community Based Learning (CBL)/Service-Learning Course to a remote environment.
Remember this quick switch in teaching and learning is likely uncharted territory for us all, including your students and community partners. High quality community based learning isn’t about logging a certain number of hours, it is about being responsive to community partner needs. Perhaps at this time, the ultimate way to be engaged in the community is in ways that are grass-roots and emerging as the situation unfolds.
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