The Fifth Annual Institute on Global Service-Learning, co-sponsored by Cornell University (Center for Community Engaged Learning and Research and The Public Service Center) and New York Campus Compact, will be held on Cornell's campus in Ithaca, New York, May 31 – June 1, 2012.
Do you currently teach a global/international service-learning course? Are you considering developing one? Do you want to transform an international course into one that is community-connected? Then this is the institute for you. The intensive institute will provide faculty and professional teaching staff with the reflective space and time to discuss and develop learning outcomes, assessment strategies, tools for reflection, the importance of reciprocal community partnerships, and strategies for creating institutional buy-in.
The 2012 GSLI will be co-facilitated by Dr. Richard Kiely, Director, Center for Community Engaged Learning and Research, Cornell University, and Dr. Eric Hartman, former Executive Director, Amizade Global Service-Learning.