The EL Office houses print resources on service-learning, which are available for faculty use.
Additional readings can be located in the list of library citations.
The Office of Experiential Learning and Teaching supports faculty and all instructors in bringing active learning, reflective learning and community building to their courses using experiential learning pedagogy.
We offer the following services:
- Assistance integrating active learning, reflective learning, and other innovative teaching strategies
- Curriculum development with experiential learning pedagogy (course development, setting intentional EL learning goals, assignment design, reflection activity ideas and tools)
- Practicum course development (explore ways to add a practicum to a course, workshop on practicum development, trainings and mentorship for Peer Assistants)
- Class visits (facilitation of icebreakers or other activities, presentation of EL course offerings, individualized guest workshop, assistance to students in creating EL presentations)
- Support for academic internship courses (best practices, incorporating EL methodology, creating an academic internship course)
*All of our consultations are non-evaluative, free and confidential