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以社区为基础的学习

你曾经问过老师(或你自己)吗? “我将如何在现实世界中运用我所学到的知识。?” 

项目和社区学习(CBL) 能帮你回答这个问题吗. 在十大赌博靠谱信誉的平台, you’ll have the opportunity to use what you learn in the classroom to engage in real-world projects with community partners! 仅仅学习事实的老派模式在当今世界是不够的. Solving highly complex problems while working on authentic projects in the community will provide students with 21st-century skills.

并肩工作, 社区成员和学生寻求解决当前社会问题的办法, business, 还有政府问题. Merging classroom learning outcomes with community interaction allows students to engage in opportunities that make learning more meaningful and more significant. 

All of our students have the opportunity to work on real-world projects with community partners in their First-Year Seminar courses through their Capstone Courses. 他们受到教授的指导和指导, 成为自己学习过程的领导者和管理者.

根据经验,我们知道学生 are more engaged in their education and retain their learning more fully when they apply classroom learning in real, 实际环境中. 当你准备毕业的时候, you’ll have a wealth of experience to tell prospective employers about—real accomplishments that show not only what you’ve learned, 但是你所知道的 done

通过共同努力, 教与学中心 and the 社区参与中心 connect classes with community partners in which you can learn by doing as you address their real needs.

基于约克敦酒店项目的学习主动性

Learn More十大赌博靠谱信誉的平台社区学习

  • CBL方法

    CBL方法

    解决高度复杂的问题不仅需要像阅读这样的基本学术技能, writing, 还有数学,还有21世纪的技能,比如协作, 沟通, 时间管理, research, 信息综合, 解决问题, 利用技术(包括视频会议和虚拟协作工具). Participating in CBL helps students to hone these skills, which are valuable assets in any career.

    CBL活动和项目由以下几个特征定义:

    • 它们源于由合作伙伴组织定义的真实社区需求.
    • 它们建立在仔细的研究和分析基础上,以做出有数据依据的决策.
    • 他们是由对既定目标的调查推动的.
    • 他们由学生领导,由老师指导.
    • 它们对学生来说意义重大.
    • 它们由一个任务组成, a process, 和/或乘积, 也是学习反思的机会.

    CBL courses incorporate these characteristics by guiding students to move toward a particular learning goal while addressing a specific need in the community. 作为CBL课程的一部分,您将:

    • 运用基本的学术技能和21世纪的技能来解决现实世界的问题.
    • Think 批判性地提出问题,练习明智的倾听.
    • 培养主题方面的专业知识,并对自己的创新拥有所有权.
    • 当你调整你的想法时,结合老师和同学的反馈.
    • Publicly present your findings, demonstrate your knowledge, and respond to questions and comments.
  • CBL的好处

    CBL的好处

    以社区为基础的学习(CBL),最简单地说,就是现实世界的学习. 而不是简单地测试你 know,它可以帮助你测试你自己 do.

    而不是一开始就列出要学的东西, CBL课程从要解决的问题开始, 需要被满足, 或者是一个待完成的项目. 这可以让学生识别什么 they need to learn to complete a real project with a community partner and to apply theoretical course content on a deeper, 更直接的层面. It has been proven that CBL promotes not only academic understanding but also organizational and social understanding and the ability to work in teams—key skills that employers look for as they hire and make decisions about promotion and advancement. CBL创造了三方面的好处:参与教学,参与学生和参与公众.

    作为一名学生,CBL为您提供以下机会:

    • 建立人际关系网.
    • 直接与社区合作伙伴接触.
    • 获得在专业环境中工作的经验.
    • 培养社会和文化意识.
    • 磨练沟通和人际交往能力.
    • 练习批判性思维、推理和决策.
    • 运用创造性和创新的策略.
    • 确定并选择适合任务的工具.
    • 与社区伙伴和公众合作,共同应对挑战.
    • 培养个人责任感和公民责任感.
    • 获得自我实现和发展自我价值.

    要了解更多关于基于社区和项目的学习,请访问以下网站:

  • Examples of
    以社区为基础的项目

    社区项目的例子

    • Dr. Corey Brooks offered a course that examined the effect of past public policies on current practices in York. 在采访了社区利益相关者并回顾了历史资料之后, 这门课的重点是影响贫困的政策.  他们向一群社区成员展示了他们的发现, 包括我们的市长和其他民选官员, 并受邀在美国历史协会做这门课的演讲.
    • Ophelia Chambliss offered a course examining the needs of various stakeholders in York’s diverse neighborhoods. 与社区领导合作, students identified needs in those neighborhoods and presented their ideas for making positive change beyond the downtown core of York. 这项工作将在今后几年继续进行.
    • Cynthia Crimmins offered a course in collaboration with the Goodridge Freedom Center focused on developing ways to make this historical gem of York—the site of a stop on the Underground Railroad—more well-known and engaged in current social change. 这门课的学生对自由中心的网站进行了修改, 在自由中心做了一个关于历史创伤的演讲, 并提出了加强营销和可访问性的计划. 这一努力一直在继续,希望建立一种持续的伙伴关系.
    • Dr. John Hughes, 以及酒店管理项目的其他教授, 与约克敦酒店合作开设CBL课程已连续3年了吗. This course, first developed in collaboration with Graham Innovation Scholars and the Center for Academic Innovation, 让学生从那些正在翻新这个地标性空间的人那里学习, 并为其规划做出贡献. 这项工作非常受欢迎,确实对社区产生了影响. 

     

  • 参与的学者

    参与的学者

    The 参与的学者 is a consortium of programs that allow students to pursue their passions—from STEM fields to providing educational opportunities to underserved populations, 从培养企业家精神到学习关键的领导技能, from studying and proposing needed public policies to doing hands-on volunteer work or supporting a vibrant arts community, 聘任学者服务于每一个学生的兴趣. And, 作为学生领袖, 他们欢迎所有十大赌博靠谱信誉的平台的学生加入他们以社区为基础的学习项目.

  • 社区合作伙伴

    社区合作伙伴

    Successful community-based learning initiatives depend on equal partnerships with area agencies and institutions. 我们首先问我们的伴侣他们有什么需求, and then we try to match the community partner with the students and faculty who are best equipped to help to serve those needs.

    社区参与中心与各种地方组织合作, 为CBL提供了许多可能性.

    参与民间组织: The York region shares many of the same challenges experienced by similar-sized towns and cities across the nation. 这些挑战包括与粮食不安全有关的问题, 退伍军人权利, 教育需求, 经济发展, and more. Many local human service agencies welcome input from our students and faculty who help to address these challenges through CBL.

    与本地公司合作: Combining the intellectual capital and research facilities of York College with the expertise of local business and organization leaders can provide mutual benefit. 这可以包括研究和开发项目, 物流、营销和设计.

    与政府接触:社区参与中心和 Arthur J. Glatfelter公共政策研究所 与当地人合作, county, 以及州政府官员解决一系列现实世界的问题. 

    参与文化社区社区参与中心有自己的文化中心, Marketview艺术, 并与约克县文化联盟等文化组织合作, Creative York, 以及阿佩尔表演艺术中心. CBL courses in the arts can give students the chance to make a real impact and to gain experience in arts management, 计划活动, 发展展示.

     

    参与:

    Building a strong partnership for community-based learning takes a bit of time—but is well worth it! We suggest that community members interested in developing a community-based learning project or course contact us as soon as possible. 一般来说, 春季或夏季课程最好在11月初至中旬之前与我们联系, 5月初到中旬开始秋季课程. 当然,我们总是很高兴在任何时候与您交谈! 

    CBL可以远程完成吗? Yes! Zoom和其他通信渠道不仅使远程工作成为可能, 但往往更方便. Many community partners actually find it easier to meet with faculty and students through teleconferences, 哪一个增加了沟通的频率,提高了项目的质量.

     

Contact Us
教与学中心
& 社区参与中心(CCE)
教与学中心
坎贝尔大厅,216号
Phone: 717.815.6750
cai@no1-lovebaby.com

Dominic DelliCarpini博士.D., Dean, CCE
校园:人文中心29室
市中心:社区参与中心
59 E. Market St.宾夕法尼亚州约克市17401号
Phone: 717.815.1213
cce@no1-lovebaby.com

Karin A. Swartz, M.S.Ed.
CCE的编程总监
Phone: 717.815.1421
kswartz1@no1-lovebaby.com