Community Engaged Learning in a digital learning environment 10 Nov
10 November 2020, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
These sessions explore how Community Engaged Learning can enable active and collaborative student learning in a digital learning environment.
UCL Arena Centre02031088937
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Tuesday 10 November 13:00 - 14:00
These sessions explore how you can transition your teaching projects with external partners online (Community Engaged Learning) to enable active and collaborative student learning in a digital learning environment.
UCL Arena Centre are delivering this session, which is open to all staff at UCL who teach students.
This one-hour introductory session will
- Demonstrate general examples of how Community Engaged Learning might look in a digital learning environment
- Offer tips, advice and ideas on how to do effective and engaging Community Engaged Learning in a digital learning environment
- Create space for reflection and discussion on how to do Community Engaged Learning in a digital learning environment
- Signpost you to resources, opportunities and further support
After attending this session you will
- Be able to reflect on how your programme or module could look like by embedding Community Engaged Learning projects and activities into your online teaching
- Be able to use the resources offered
- Be able to book an 1:1 Consultation Session with Marie Xypaki to discuss in more detail about transitioning your CEL project(s) online and about the suitable engaging tools for your subject and classroom size.
Who should attend
You should attend if you are a member of UCL staff who teaches and engages external partners in their teaching.