Kimberly Miller from Keck Population and Public Health Sciences presents partnering with JEP for community-based scholarship during the February 2022 CET Faculty Showcase.
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María Mercedes Fages Agudo from Dornsife Latin American And Iberian Cultures discusses managing the logistics of community-engaged pedagogies with JEP during the February 2022 CET Faculty Showcase.
Frank Manis from Dornsife Psychology on integrating JEP into the core of an upper-division service-learning course presented during the February 2022 CET Faculty Showcase.
Stephanie Bower from the Dornsife Writing Program on working with JEP to jumpstart a SLCE partnership. Presented during the February 2022 CET Faculty Showcase.
Samantha Bernstein-Sierra with the USC Joint Educational Project (JEP) presents an introduction to JEP’s service-learning and community engagement (SLCE) programs during the CET February 2022 Faculty Showcase.
A Guidebook prepared by the Campus Coordinated Response Team on Trauma-Informed, Culturally Sensitive and Inclusive Teaching for LGBTQ+ Students at USC.
A brief description of case study as a teaching method to improve student critical thinking, collaboration, and communication in various disciplines.
A description of instructional scaffolding – the process of breaking an assignment into smaller steps – and options for scaffolding assignments and learning experiences.
An introduction to student engagement and the High Impact Practices (HIPs) that can be implemented in individual courses.
September 2021 Faculty Showcase presentation by Dana Chinn. Discusses the design of a Blackboard course for students to learn about writing about race and ethnicity.