Results for: 'community-engaged learning'
Faculty Panel: Civic Learning (CL) as a Creative Adaptation to COVID
Three faculty members discuss their recent Civic Learning (CL) courses, as a response to teaching in the pandemic, exploring challenges and surprising benefits for themselves and their students.
Meg talks about being engaged in her coursework.
Active Learning in Remote Synchronous Classes
Remote synchronous teaching and learning is here to stay, for at least one more semester. In this session, we’ll use a holistic view of active learning* to frame student engagement and promote deep learning. You’ll be asked to identify at least on...
HDFS 161 Episode 13 Community Health
Professor Shelton discusses the develecology of health care and community health.
HDFS 161 Episode 17 Community Tour
Professor Shelton conducts a conceptual tour of the community and its residents, illustrating the interconnectedness of problems across the life span.
Community Priorities Public Health Project
This is a poster and recording of our public health project, in conjunction with the United Way of Northern Vermont, on community priorities in light of COVID 19.
Pedagogical Workshop: Community Building in a Pandemic
This workshop presents an overview of strategies to build community in an online teaching environment. Whether you are teaching a fully online class, remote, or mixed, we will discuss simple ways to make the most of the technologies available to y...
Our Community's Health: Equity and Discrimination
This project, Our Community's Health: What's Important toÂ You?, was a cross-sectional surveyÂ distributed to partners of the United Way of Northern Vermont. 1061 participants were asked to report whether they believed members of their community ...
Children information for study on motor learning
This video describe the study procedures for children participating in the motor learning project