ED308: Community Engagement
An interactive and collaborative community action course aimed at engaging community with students in a service learning project.
The requirements in Arts and Humanities, History, the Social and Behavioral Sciences, and the Natural and Life Sciences are intended to help you to:
- understand the historical frameworks of and interactions between diverse disciplines.
- understand and apply research techniques from different disciplines.
- learn how to collect, organize, and interpret data using current technology.
- assess the validity of diverse sources of information.
Freire, Paulo (2004). Pedagogy of Indignation. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Books.
Goldbard, Arlene (2006). New Creative Community: The Art of Cultural Development. Oakland, CA: New Village Press.
Knight, Keith, Mat Schwarzman, and Many Others (2006). Beginner’s Guide to Community-Based Arts. Oakland, CA: New Village Press.
ISBN: 10: 0-9766054-3-0