“Service Learning is a pedagogical model that provides students with the opportunity to earn academic credit by actively participating in and learning from scholarly activities undertaken to serve community needs.” – Plymouth State University Service Learning Task Force, Spring 2011.
Graduate assistants are an important part of Plymouth State’s collaborative learning community. They work alongside faculty, staff, and students to help achieve the University’s goals, while gaining valuable experience as assistants, researchers, and teachers.
Results feature findings on new Engagement Indicators, topics of special interest to institutions including academic advising and technology, the online student experience, and an exploration of the relationship between higher-order learning and other indicators of academic challenge. The full report and press release are available for download.
Reflective practice offers educators the opportunity to actively engage in critical thought regarding their own experiences and teaching practice in an effort to create a continual opportunity to learn and grow pedagogy through contemplation. Please contact CETL with any questions regarding the schedule of the Reflective Practice group.