Do you want to improve the design of civic engagement assignments to maximize student learning and to meet institutional expectations? Come to this highly interactive workshop to learn about civic engagement assignment design principles and strategies. Bring assignment instructions to receive constructive feedback from peers and experts in civic engagement instruction and research. Offer your insights and suggestions to others. Walk away from the workshop with concrete plans to enhance assignments that lead to deep reflection and development in students.
After a brief introduction of the assignment design principles and tools, participants will join small group breakout rooms to share and receive peer feedback through a structured discussion, facilitated by experienced civic engagement instructors and experts. Our expert team includes Atina Pascua, the UH Mānoa Director of the Office of Civic and Community Engagement; Ulla Hasager, College of Social Sciences Director of Civic Engagement; and Yao Zhang Hill from the Assessment and Curriculum Support Center. The workshop will end with a group reflection on civic engagement assignment design tips and strategies.
Date and Time:
- Tuesday March 8, 2022, 12:00 PM -1:30 PM
- Wednesday March 9, 2022, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM (repeating session)
Intended Audience: faculty/staff who include civic engagement in teaching courses
Yao Z. Hill, Associate Specialist, Assessment and Curriculum Support Center
Atina Pascua, Director, UH Mānoa Office of Civic and Community Engagement
Ulla Hasager, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies and Director of Civic Engagement for the College of Social Sciences