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In this session you can expect to get involved in thinking about how CEL tools and principles can be put to use in your context by engaging in discussions in small groups, and working with the syllabus from a course you are teaching. You’ll also learn where you can find the Centre for Community Engaged Learning and connect with their services in planning CEL courses. While this session will not focus on virtual CEL, we will provide examples of how CEL is possible and necessary even in a virtual world, as many community partners will need even more support in the recovery from the COVID-19 situation and many students will likely be enthusiastic about applying their classroom learning to relevant societal issues in this new era.
- Madeleine Zammar, Centre for Community Engaged Learning
Please ensure you have your own quiet space, a computer with a webcam and headphones or earbuds.