CCR Director, Adam Davis, Leads Session on “Deepening Student Learning” at Loyola University Chicago

Nov 01 2012

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."

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