ADVANCING THE PUBLIC PURPOSE OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
BY DEEPENING THEIR ABILITY TO IMPROVE COMMUNITY LIFE
AND TO EDUCATE STUDENTS FOR CIVIC AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

The Craft of Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning

A Guide for Faculty Development

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September 2019
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Using a conversational voice, the authors provide a foundation as well as a blueprint and tools to craft a community-engaged course. Based on extensive research, the book provides a scope and sequence of information and skills ranging from an introduction to community engagement, to designing, implementing, and assessing a course, to advancing the craft to prepare for promotion and tenure as well as how to become a citizen-scholar and reflective practitioner. An interactive workbook that can be downloaded from Campus Compact accompanies this tool kit with interactive activities that are interspersed throughout the chapters. The book and workbook can be used by individual readers or with a learning community.

Foreword--Elaine K. Ikeda
Acknowledgments
Introduction

Part One: Laying the Foundations
1) Being an Engaged Scholar and Doing Engaged Scholarship
2) Theoretical Frameworks for Engaged Teaching and Learning
3) Forms of Community-Engaged Pedagogy
4) Community
5) Intercultural Competence, Cultural Humility, and Critical Consciousness

Part Two: Drawing the Blueprint and Using the Tools
6) Objectives
7) Partnerships
8) Engagement
9) Reflection
10) Assessment

Part Three: Advancing the Craft
11) Scholarship
12) Preparing for Performance Review
13) Mentoring and Coaching Colleagues
14) Influencing Institutional Change
15) The Citizen Scholar
16) The Reflective Practitioner

References
About the Authors
Index

Marshall Welch

Marshall Welch served as the Assistant Vice Provost for Community Engagement at Saint Mary’s College of California. Prior to that, he was the Director of the Catholic Institute of Lasallian Social Action (CILSA) overseeing service-learning and social justice programs at Saint Mary’s College. Marshall began his work in the field of community engagement by teaching service-learning courses at the University of Utah as a tenured full professor, where he later became the Director of the Lowell Bennion Community Service Center. In 2003 he hosted the third research conference on service-learning and community engagement in Salt Lake City prior to the establishment of International Association of Research on Service-learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE) and has served two terms on its board. Marshall also took a leading role with Campus Compact in conceptualizing leadership institutes for new center directors and hosted the first one at the University of Utah. In addition to writing numerous articles and book chapters in the field, he is the author of Engaging Higher Education: Purpose, Platforms, and Programs and the co-author of The Community Engagement Professional published by Campus Compact and Stylus Publishing. His recent work has been researching campus center infrastructure to advance community engagement leading to the creation of the National Inventory of Institutional Infrastructure for Community Engagement (NIIICE). He is now an independent scholar living in the Portland, Oregon area.

Learn more about Marshall Welch on his personal website, www.marshalljwelch.com.

Star Plaxton-Moore

Star Plaxton-Moore is the Director of Community-Engaged Learning at the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good at University of San Francisco. Star directs institutional support for community-engaged courses and oversees public service programs for undergraduates, including the Public Service and Community Engagement Minor. She designed and implements an annual Community-Engaged Learning and Teaching Fellowship program for USF faculty, and other professional development offerings that bring together faculty and community partners as co-learners. Her scholarship focuses on faculty development for community-engaged teaching and scholarship, student preparation for community engagement, assessment of civic learning outcomes, and community engagement in institutional culture and practice. Star holds an MEd from George Washington University and is currently completing course work for an EdD in organizational leadership at USF.