Critical Methods in Service Learning – Feb 25 & Mar 4
Posted by Indiana University School of Medicine on February 23, 2021
Overview: This professional development series will provide attendees with practical and theoretical tools for enhancing their service learning and community engagement work. The curriculum will introduce participants to the concepts of service-learning, critical service-learning, critical race theory, and trauma-informed care. Participants will also receive a resource folder of suggested articles.
Who Can Attend? This professional development series has been designed for the graduate students in higher education but quite relevant to community engagement professionals and faculty working with communities. This is a free training. Please note it will not be recorded.
Dates and Times:
- Critical Race Theory & Its Application to Service-Learning, Thursday, February 25, 1:00pm – 2:00pm
- Trauma Informed Care as a Service-Learning Practice, Thursday, March 4, 1:00pm – 2:00pm
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