This year's GW Teaching Day will feature two presentations on community-engaged scholarship by Nashman Faculty.
10-10:45 am Session: Community-Engaged Scholarship: Where Are YOU on the Typology and What Does It Mean for Your Work?
- Emily Morrison, Human Services and Social Justice Program (CCAS)
- Wendy Wagner, Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service
Morrison and Wagner will be presenting findings from their research study on the variety of faculty approaches to engaged scholarship and how appreciating these differences can facilitate greater faculty collaboration and a stronger community of support for engaged work in general. Note, they will also be presenting these findings during the 2-3pm poster presentation session.
2-3pm Poster Presentation: Spanish in Action: Transforming Student Language Learning through Community Engagement
- Lottie Baker, Curriculum & Pedagogy (GSEHD)
- Dolores Perillán, Spanish-RGSLLs (CCAS)
GW's annual Teaching Day is Thursday, September 28th, (register here) and will feature a lunchtime keynote on the evidence on active learning vs. lecturing, by Dr. Todd Zakrajsek. The 10am break-out sessions include a presentation on recent research on community-engaged faculty and their diverse approaches to this work, see the description below.
Teaching Day is free to all GW faculty members with registration and lunch is provided.