UAA’s Center for Community Engagement and Learning (CCEL) hosted a two-day workshop March 30-31, 2012 featuring facilitator Dr. Patti Clayton, a scholar with more than 10 years experience in community-engaged teaching and learning.
Judith Owens-Manley, director of CCEL, opened the workshop by introducing guest Prof. Paul Ongtooguk of the College of Education. Dr. Ongtooguk was invited to make opening remarks that would help attendees consider their unique location in Alaska. Dr. Ongtooguk emphasized the importance among Native cultures of using imagination to solve problems.
Dr. Patti Clayton follows with remarks on how community-engaged teaching and learning is shifting toward co-creation among all participants.
This event was recorded March 30, 2012.
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