On October 26, 2012, the Center for Experiential Learning at Loyola University Chicago sponsored a free luncheon and workshop with CCR Director, Adam Davis. At the workshop, titled "Deepening Student Learning with Civic Reflection," Davis introduced civic reflection as a tool for deepening student learning in classrooms and co-curricular experiences, as well as modeled its use. The workshop was open to staff, faculty, and campus partners.
Service-Learning Instructor and Program Manager of the Center for Experiential Learning, Chris Skrable, had this to say about civic reflection: "As a trained civic reflection facilitator who routinely uses it in my own service-learning classes and work with both student and community groups, I can personally attest to its value as a methodology for engaging diverse audiences in deep conversations (and hence deeper meaning-making) about our society, our values, and the wellsprings of our desire for a more just and equitable world."Edit Back to News & Events