CICE Workshops and Seminars

In partnership with the CSUF Faculty Development Center (FDC), the Center for Internships and Community Engagement offers workshops and seminars to equip faculty with knowledge and skills to effectively practice service-learning pedagogy.    Below is a listing of seminars and workshops offered by CICE along with associated resources and links. To register to attend one or more of these seminars, visit the FDC web page  and review the calendar.

Introduction to Service-Learning

An introductory video shwcasing service-learning pedagogy as practiced at CSUF.

Introduction to Service Learning Video

Service-Learning fundamentals

If you are interested in learning about integrating service learning into a preexisting course or developing a new service-learning course, this is the workshop for you! Join us we explore the elements of service learning in a practical and engaging way. Visit the FDC websiteOpens in new window to register.

Next Offerings:

10/24 from 10-12pm in PLS 240

10/25 from 1-3pm PLS 240

Service-Learning Reflection

Reflection is a central part of service-learning pedagogy, but designing effective reflection activities can be challenging. This workshop will review the purpose of reflection in service-learning classes and offer useful strategies and models for designing reflection activities suited to a range of service-learning courses.

Resources for this Session

Reflection Design WorksheetsOpens in new window

Reflection RubricsPDF File Opens in new window

Reflection Presentation SlidesPDF File Opens in new window

Reflection Presentation Slides - ExtendedPDF File Opens in new window

Next offering TBD

Pause, Plan, and Pivot: Cultivating Service Learning Partnerships during the Pandemic

Sustaining community engaged learning during the pandemic requires thinking creatively about our partnerships. Learn about the Sustainable-Holistic-Interdependent Partnership (SHIP) Development Model, and apply this conceptual framework to cultivate and nurture community-university service learning partnerships. Discuss ideas on reflecting together and collaboratively recreating service learning to maintain its relevance in our uncertain present.

Resources for this session

Article: Yee, Jennifer A., and Cheri, Ashley E. (2019). Theorizing a Sustainable-Holistic-Interconnected-Partnership Development Model with Feminist, Activist Lenses: Best Practices from a Community-University Service-Learning Partnership in Asian American Studies. AAPI Nexus: Policy, Practice and Community: 2018-2019, Vol. 16, No. 1-2, pp. 64-84.

Pause, Plan and Pivot Presentation SlidesPDF File Opens in new window

Next offering TBD

Future Workshops (Coming Soon)

Service-Learning Assessment: Student and Community Partner Outcomes

Civic Learning