S-L Pre-Conference Workshop: Topic: “Designing a Transformative S-L Courses”

Tuesday, 30 May 2017 at: 08:30 – 13:00 (Venue: Conference Room RK IV Radius Prawiro Building 10th floor)

S-L Pre-Conference Workshop: Topic: “Designing a Transformative S-L Courses”

The main topic of this program is S-L in Asian higher education which discussed about training programs for faculty on how to design S-L projects aligning with course learning outcomes; management of S-L coordination with faculty and community partners; documentation and measurement of S-L student learning outcomes, community impact, and institutional advancement; leadership development in S-L programs – how to institutionalize the S-L programs and change making process; and transformative model of    S-L program designs.

Ding-Jo H. Currie, Ph.D.

  • President of Lingnan Foundation
  • Distinguished Faculty in the Higher Educational Leadership Program at California State University Fullerton, College of Education.
  • Founder and CEO of United Education Alliance – dedicated to connecting and improving the world through education leadership training and development.
  • Board Chair of American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)
  • Board of Director for American Council of Education (ACE)
  • Chair of Advisory Panel for College board (CCAP)
  • Board member of Air War University of US Air Force appointed by the United States Secretary of Defense
  • Board member of Manchester Univer­sity, Emperor College of Oriental Medicine
  • Active on many other local organization boards.
  • Awardee of many prestigious awards, such as Outstanding Chinese Educator Award.

 

Dr. Carol Ma

 

  • Senior Fellow (Service-Learning) & Senior Lecturer (Common Curriculum), Singapore University of Social Sciences – Singapore.
  • Founding member of the Service-Learning at Lingnan University.
  • Board of the Directors for both International Center for Service-Learning in Teachers Education and the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement.

 

 

 

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