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Webinar: Ethics of Community Engagement – What We Can Learn From 2020
Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 1:00 PM PST
Category: ISEEN Online Programming

Ethics of Community Engagement – What We Can Learn From 2020 

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 | 1:00 PM (PT) / 4:00 PM (ET)

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A challenge of community engagement and service-learning, at all ages, is exposing students to the imperfections of the world while guiding them to be change agents. The events of 2020 have exposed systemic imbalances of our world in vivid ways; from poverty to pollution, and racial oppression to educational inequity. During this interactive workshop participants learn how to build experiential learning programs that challenge us to build reciprocal partnerships in order to understand our interdependence with one another and the natural world. Using the collective wisdom of the group, participants explore the Nobis Big Ideas framework for teaching about social issues by reflecting on their own practice and brainstorming ways to adapt their curriculum. 

Facilitators

 

  Christen Clougherty, Ph.D

 

Christen Clougherty is the Founder and Executive Director of the Nobis Project, a non-profit educational support organization that focuses on developing educators’ capacity to foster reciprocal and meaningful community partnerships, build cultural responsive classrooms, and promote a social justice approach to global service-learning. Christen has over twenty years of experience as an educator and administrator in community organizations, K-12 public, charter and independent schools, and colleges/universities. Christen attributes her commitment to using service-learning and civic engagement to promote global citizenship to her experiences as a student at the Carolina Friends School. Her honors include recognition as a National Emerging Scholar for K-12 Service-Learning Research (2008 and 2009) by the National Service-Learning Partnership at the Academy for Educational Development. Christen received her Ph.D. in Quaker Studies from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. She completed her doctoral research on the synthesis of experiential education, service-learning, creative-process theory, and global citizenship education. Christen is also a founding board member of two charter schools, Tybee Island Maritime Academy and Susie King Taylor Community School, both in Savannah, GA.

 


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