Partnership Development and Sustainability in Community Engaged Learning Courses

Series: CTLT Institute

Event Date & Time

  • May 25, 2018
    11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Event Description

Pillar: Community and Global Engagement

This 90-minute session will begin with a short presentation by Madeleine Zammar, a staff member from UBC’s Centre for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL), on partnership development and sustainability in community engaged learning courses, followed by a case study from Leeann Donnelly, Assistant Professor in Dentistry, and Shawn Bayes, Executive Director of the Elizabeth Fry Society, who have been working together for more than five years through CEL courses and research. There will be time for Q&A, and we will end with a group exercise generating challenges and best practices in building and sustaining partnerships for CEL courses.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Value the importance of partnerships between faculty and community organizations in community engaged learning courses
  2. Hear perspectives from a community organization and a faculty member about the process, benefits, and challenges of building and sustaining partnerships
  3. Reflect on their own partnerships and generate a list of challenges and best practices for building and sustaining partnerships for CEL courses

Facilitators

Madeleine Zammar, Officer, Centre for Community Engaged Learning
Leeann Donnelly, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Dentistry
Shawn Bayes, Executive Director, Elizabeth Fry Society

Resources

  • Centre for Community Engaged Learning
    https://students.ubc.ca/about-student-services/centre-community-engaged-learning
  • Asadian W. What are the components of reciprocal and mutually beneficial community and university partnerships in education?: A literature review. 2014.
  • Bringle, R G. and Hatcher, J A. (2002), “Campus-Community Partnerships: The Terms of Engagement.” Partnerships/ Community. Paper 23.
  • Butin D. Dreaming of justice: Critical service-learning and the need to wake up. Theory Into Practice. 2015;54(1):5-10.
  • Holland, B (2001). A Comprehensive Model for Assessing Service-Learning and Community-University Partnerships. New Directions for Higher Education, no. 114, Summer 2001.
  • Holland BA. Reflections on community-campus partnerships: What has been learned? What are the next challenges. In: Pasque PA, Smerek RE, Dwyer B, Bowman N, Mallory B,L., eds. Higher education collaboratives for community engagement & improvement. Ann Arbor, Michigan: The National Forum on Higher Education for the Public Good; 2005:10 17. http://www.thenationalforum.org/Docs/PDF/Wingspread_05_Final_Monograph.pdf.
  • Phillips JT. Transformative campus-community service-learning partnerships. Johnson & Wales University; 2007.
  • Stoecker R, Tryon EA. 2009. Unheard voices: Community organizations and service learning. Philadelphia, PA, USA: Temple University Press.
  • United Way Toronto. 2011. Participating Effectively as a Collaborative Partner. https://www.unitedwaytyr.com/document.doc?id=232

Location

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1961 E Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada