Enhancing Student Knowledge Through the Use of Research and Community-based Activities
Emerge Faculty Fellow: Dr. Dione King
This undergraduate course is being developed as a high-impact elective for all students in the College of Education and Professional Studies (CEPS). There are four major assignments that will be completed in this course:
- Students will create and manage Twitter and/or Facebook class accounts. Students will be provided a rotating schedule to manage the accounts to allow for practice of appropriate professional communication.
- Students in this course will be expected to facilitate classroom discussions. This assignment will require students to coherently organize and present content in a manner that prepares them for professional meetings and discussions.
- Students will observe family or domestic violence court to examine processes that impact and change the lives of others.
- Students will conduct an on-campus dating and sexual violence bystander intervention campaign. Components of this campaign include dissemination of educational materials and data collection.
High Impact Practices (HIPs) Utilized
- Faculty/Student Research
- Collaborative Assignment and Projects
For more information, please contact Dr. Dione King at firstname.lastname@example.org.