Dr. Sarah Woodley's Journal Club
- 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
We continue our CETR Journal Club with Dr. Sarah Woodley. Dr. Woodley will be discussing her work with community-engaged learning in the natural sciences.
Compared to other disciplines, community-engaged learning is less evident in the natural sciences. Using her recent paper as a spring board, Dr. Woodley would be pleased to discuss topics including but not limited to: (a) the concept of a civic mission and civic-mindedness in STEM disciplines, (2) the use of critical reflection to evaluate community-engaged learning, (3) different types of evidence to assess community-engaged learning experiences, and (4) finding a venue to publish community-engaged scholarship of teaching and learning.
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Woodley, S. K., Freeman, P. E., & Ricketts, T. D. (2019). Combining novel research and community-engaged learning in an undergraduate physiology laboratory course. Advances in physiology education, 43(2), 110-120.