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Developing a Disposition of Critically Reflectice Practice: Key Concepts and Good Practices

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 4:30pm to 7:00pm

Warren Hall, 401

To paraphrase educational philosopher, John Dewey, “we don’t learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience.” The workshop will focus on key concepts in critical reflection and offer a number of tools to cultivate participants’ skills to engage in high quality critical reflection before, during and after the service-learning experience. Through small group work and interactive exercises, we will engage with a variety of critically reflective methods aimed at distilling learning outcomes that result from service-learning experiences, as well as developing a lifelong disposition of reflective practice.

Richard Kiely is a Senior Fellow in the Office of Engagement Initiatives (OEI) at Cornell University. He served as inaugural director of the Center for Community-Engaged Learning and Research (2011-2015) in support of Engaged Cornell. In 2002, Richard received his PhD from Cornell University and from 2002-2006, he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Lifelong Education, Policy and Administration at the University of Georgia. In 2005, he was recognized nationally as a John Glenn Scholar in Service-Learning for his longitudinal research that led to the development of a transformative service-learning model. Returning to Cornell in 2006, served as the faculty director of the Cornell Urban Scholars Program (CUSP) and the Cornell Urban Mentor Initiative (CUMI), two, university-wide interdisciplinary service-learning cohort programs located in the Department of City & Regional Planning. Richard continues to write, consult and conduct workshops and institutes in many different areas of community-based global learning. He is the co-founder of globalsl.org, a multi-institutional hub supporting ethical global learning and community-campus partnerships and co-author of the book, Community-Based Global Learning: The Theory and Practice of Ethical Engagement at Home and Abroad (2018).

DINNER PROVIDED.

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Class/ Workshop, Food/Catering

Departments

College of Arts & Sciences, Milstein Program in Technology & Humanity

Tags

cascal, milsteincal, mptechum

Contact E-Mail

aidankelly@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Aidan Kelly

Contact Phone

(607) 255-1026

Speaker

Dr. Richard Kiely

Speaker Affiliation

Senior Fellow in the Office of Engagement Initiatives (OEI) at Cornell University

Dept. Web Site

https://milstein-program.as.cornell.edu

Disability Access Information

If you require accommodations to attend this event, please contact us as soon as possible.

Open To

Students in the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity

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