Faculty Online Workshops Registration
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Facilitator: Kim Fox (JRMC), Nellie El Enany (MGMT), and Yasmine Ahmed (SEA)
Many educators are utilizing podcasts in the classroom, and others are exploring the possibility. This creative academic output is the ideal showcase for student work with a bonus of boosting their confidence in finding their voice on topics they are passionate about. Join us for “Podcast Pedagogy: An AUC Conversation” on Tuesday, November 24, 2020, at 11 am to discuss assignments, assessments, and more. Come to share your ideas and/or to get inspiration.
Facilitator: Aliaa Hamad (RHET), Hala A. Hak (PSYC), and Hossam Attiah (ACE)
Community-based Learning (CBL) or Service Learning is an experiential learning approach that aims at fulfilling learning outcomes by involving students in service to a community in need of this service. The service component is essentially derived from at least one-course learning outcomes. CBL helps students practice what they learn in class in real life, maximizing their practical experience.
The institute will be held over two days, Tuesday, November 24, and Tuesday, December 1, 2020. If interested to attend, fill in the registration links below. Note that attendance of Day 1 is a prerequisite for attending Day 2 of the institute.
Day 1, Tuesday, November 24,
12:30 - 3:00 pm
The first day will cover the principles of Community-based Learning (CBL) and focuses on implementation by providing step-by-step guidance.
Day 2, Tuesday, December 1,
12:00 - 3:00 pm
The second day will introduce a variety of assessment methods to measure students’ performance and partnership sustainability. It also examines the benefits and challenges expected.