This workshop series will allow Loyola instructors to craft a course through the Integrated Course Design model, specifically to construct clear learning outcomes, as well as assessment and evaluation assignments related to rich learning activities. Participants are encouraged to attend the sessions with a course in mind to craft or transform. It is optional to bring a syllabus; sometimes starting fresh with a new set of eyes is more beneficial.
Learn more about the EXPL courses that will be offered in the Spring of 2016. These courses are engaged learning courses that focus on the experiential learning opportunities that take students beyond the traditional classroom.
The Center for Experiential Learning provides numerous faculty professional development programs with national speakers to foster engaged learning pedagogies, in collaboration with the Faculty Center for Ignatian Pedagogy. See the many programs here and be sure to RSVP!
Loyola's new Undergraduate Minor in Leadership Studies is housed in the School of Education. The minor is designed to complement any academic major and comprised of four required courses and two electives all which provide a depth of training, education, and development related to leadership and social justice. The CEL EXPL courses contribute to electives in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Connections—Center for Experiential Learning IMPACT Report
Each year the CEL publishes its annual report sharing the story of Loyola students, faculty instructors, and community partners engaging in deep learning and community development. View the updated IMPACT report here.