Online Faculty Fellow Training
Welcome to the University of Idaho’s Service-Learning Faculty Fellow training. The course is designed to provide faculty interested in service-learning pedagogy and research a better understanding of theories and best practices commonly used in the field. The online-training consists of three units: Introduction to Service-Learning, Reflection: Theory and Application, and Building Successful Community Partnerships. Each unit is divided into six parts and takes approximately an hour to complete.
Introduction to Service-Learning:
This module is the first in our Service-Learning series, designed to give you a solid foundation in service-learning methods and best practices. The module introduces the basics of Service-Learning in higher education for faculty interested in incorporating innovative teaching methods into the classroom.
Reflection: Theory and Application:
This is the second module in our Service-Learning series. This module describes the theoretical basis for reflection and how it applies to service-learning in the classroom and community.
Building Successful Community Partnerships:
This module is the last in our Service-Learning series.This module describes the essential components to cultivating successful community partnerships in service-learning.