Engaging Co-Educators

Tutoring kids in reading

Facilitating the Co-Education Experience

As a co-educator in charge of supplementing and enhancing academic course material with civic experiences, it is important that the students perform duties that correspond as closely as possible with the academic knowledge they will gain throughout the semester. The more closely the connection between the service experience and the course material, the more meaningful the experience will be for students. Community partners and faculty will also benefit if the service and academic elements of a service-learning course are connected. In order for this to happen, it is ideal for university faculty and community partners to try and match course material with service experiences, and understanding the community issue area or areas addressed by partners is a great place to begin!


Service-Learning & Civic Engagement
Community Logo : Three People, Represented as Circles, of Different Skin Tones
Faculty Logo: Faculty Person as a Circle in front of a Chalkboard that says Life 101
Students Logo: A student, represented as a circle, with a diploma.
Council Logo: An artistic representation of a table with many people surrounding it.