Teaching Service Learning in the Geosciences
A virtual workshop held February 3-5 and 8-9, 2010
This workshop has already taken place. See the Workshop Program for links to presentations, discussions, and other material from the workshop.
Join us for an online workshop to explore the role of service learning in geoscience curriculum, to hear from faculty with a wealth of experience teaching service learning projects and for an opportunity to develop or enhance a service learning project for your own use. The workshop will consist of a blend of synchronous presentations, online discussions, work time and collaborative efforts.
Please join us to:
- Learn more about the benefits of doing a service learning project in your own course.
- Get practical advice on how to design a service learning course or activity.
- Develop a new service learning course or instructional activity or refine an existing one.
- Join a community of scholars who are dedicated to service learning in the geosciences.
- David Mogk, Montana State University
- Edward Laine, Bowdoin College
- Suzanne O'Connell, Wesleyan University
- Cathryn Manduca, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College
This workshop is part of the On the Cutting Edge professional development program for current and future geoscience faculty, and is sponsored by the National Association of Geoscience Teachers with funding provided by a grant from the National Science Foundation - Division of Undergraduate Education.
This workshop is one of the 2010 On the Cutting Edge Emerging Theme Workshops, which are designed to move critical ideas and concepts into the mainstream of geoscience education. This workshop was built upon prior workshops such as Teaching about Energy in Geoscience Courses, The Role of Metacognition in Teaching Geoscience, and Urban Students, Urban Issues.