Roots to Partnership

Stories and Tools for Community-Engaged Learning

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Part 1: A unique learning partnership

The partners Frontier College is a national charitable literacy organization that promotes literacy as a right. According to Annie Montague,…

Part 2: Comfort in the Consistency of Homework Club

An interview with Annie Montague (Frontier College), Emily Sullivan and Simen Hennum (Rise) by Alison Taylor Alison: When you think…

A student scholar steps out into the world

Why you should consider community-engaged learning By Barbara Jenni During the fall term of 2020, I took advantage of many…

My Experiences with UEFS and the UBC Learning Exchange

By David Cho Dr. Lindsey Richardson’s course on Drugs and Society (SOCI 387) opened my eyes to what was happening…

Part 1: Expanding capabilities in the downtown eastside

By Alison Taylor  Between them, Betsy Alkenbrack and Lucy Alderson have been adult educators for over half a century. After…

Part 2: Standing beside people in their journeys of change

By Alison Taylor Betsy Alkenbrack and Lucy Alderson from Capilano University are down to earth. They’re passionate about adult learning….

Part 3: Everything present in the seed

By Lauryn Rohde “Be the change you want to see in this world.” (Gandhi) These words stand out on the…

Part 3. Searching for authenticity in academe

Part 3. Searching for authenticity in academe By Alison Taylor Emily Truong-Cheung has been the Teaching Assistant for the Urban…

Part 2: Shifting the story through UEFS: Student perspectives

By Alison Taylor Mikayla and Sakina are undergraduate students in anthropology who just completed 6 credits in 6 weeks as…

Part 1. Breaking the mold: Combining classroom and community

By Lauryn Rohde The moment you step into Tom and Pat’s classroom it becomes clear that something special is happening….

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