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Fall 2017

Taught by Dr. Sam Bullington from Women and Gender Studies. 3 upper-division credits, offered Wednesdays from 5-7:30 pm in the Fall only.

Professor TBD. 3 upper-division credits, offered Wednesdays from 5-7:30 pm in the Fall only.

INVS/EDUC 2919 has been approved for CU's Education Minor and may be repeated for a total of six credits. For more information, please contact charla.agnoletti@colorado.edu.

(Instructors, meeting times and locations vary. Contact us for more information about this opportunity.)

Students participate in a teaching assistantship under the supervision of an instructor.  They explore teaching strategies for implementing concrete educational goals, with an emphasis on the pedagogies of service-learning and participatory education.  Focusing on issues of social justice and environmental sustainability, teaching assistants learn how to encourage higher levels of critical thinking, creativity, synthesis of ideas and analysis among students. Pre-requisite: graduation from the INVST Community Leadership Program (if you would like to TA for INVS 3931, 4931, 3932 or 4932) or successful completion of the Public Achievement course, INVS 2919 (if you would like to TA for INVS 2919). PLEASE NOTE that it is the student's responsibility to register in this course and then meet with the instructor on a bi-weekly basis, following a Learning Outcomes Contract that they uniquely co-create with the istructor. It is not the instructor's responsibility to reach out to the TA; it is the would-be TA's responsibility to reach out to our staff, for this particular course. With questions, please contact sabrina.sideris@colorado.edu.

 

The following classes are only offered to students who have been accepted into the INVST Community Leadership Program:

Mondays 5-7:30 p.m.

This skills-training course develops students' competencies as community leaders working for a just and sustainable world.  Under the supervision of the instructor and a community partner, students learn organizational and leadership skills by serving as volunteer staff at community-based organizations.  First-hand experience provides students with a deepened understanding of the complex issues facing humanity. Learners are exposed to solution-based strategies for positive change. Pre-requisite: admission into the 2-year INVST Community Leadership Program. If you are interested in this learning opportunity, apply now!

Mondays 5-7:30 p.m.

This skills-training course develops students' expertise as community leaders working for a just and sustainable world.  Under the supervision of the instructor and a community advisor, students learn leadership skills by researching, designing, implementing and evaluating a community-based project. First-hand experience provides students with a deepened understanding of the complex issues facing humanity. Learners develop competence with solution-based strategies. Pre-requisites: admission into the 2-year INVST Community Leadership Program; INVS 3931; INVS 3932. If you are interested in this learning opportunity, apply now!