Services for Faculty


Resources for beginning middle and end of your course

  • Beginning - ice-breakers, community building, understanding students goals and motivations
  • Middle/Ongoing- active learning and reflective learning activities and assignments, create a ritual
  • End - presentations, final reflection assignment/artifact/blog, lessons learned, application of new knowledge- What’s next, how new knowledge relates to other aspects of life and interests (academic, leisure and career)


Curriculum Development with Experiential Learning Pedagogy

  • Participate in syllabus and course development workshops
  • Incorporate Experiential Learning assignments, projects and presentations

Workshops:

  • Ask us to facilitate a personalized workshop for your group on specific topics

Invite Experiential Learning staff to be a part of your course to:

  • Facilitate a section of your course
  • Expose students to Experiential Learning offerings
  • Lead a one-time individualized guest workshop
  • Provide ongoing Experiential Learning involvement based on the course needs
  • Help your students create experiential learning presentations

Practicum Course Development

  • Explore ways to add a practicum to a course either concurrently or the following semester
  • Participate in a workshop on practicum course development
  • Provide trainings and mentorship for Peer Assistants of practicum courses

Support Classroom Learning:

  • Workshops for:
  1. Peer Assistants (PAs)
  2. Undergraduate Teaching Assistants (TAs)
  3. Graduate Teaching Fellows (TFs)

Academic Internship Courses

  • Discuss best practices and ways to incorporate experiential learning methodology
  • Create an academic internship course for a department