Submission Requirements for the Community-Engaged Teaching and Learning Micro-Credential

Submission Requirements Overview

  1. Self-diagnostic of competencies in community-engaged learning and teaching
  2. Description of institutional context and role: Briefly describe the institutional contexts in which you work and what your role is it related to community engagement programming and to community-engaged learning & teaching, specifically.
  3. Curriculum vitae/resumé: Upload a current resume or curriculum vitae (CV)
  4. Brief description of professional development experiences in community-engaged learning & teaching: Briefly list professional learning opportunities in which you have participated over the last 3 years that are relevant to the micro-credential area.
  5. Required annotated artifacts:  Upload and annotate the following materials:
    1. Syllabus (or syllabi) from course(s) you have taught
    2. Student reflective assignment linking community experience and course content
    3. Memorandum or Understanding (MOU) or other mutual agreement
    4. Product created in collaboration with community partner(s)
  6. Additional annotated resources: You are encouraged to share other materials that you feel illustrate your competencies and experiences facilitating community-engaged learning and teaching (E.g., student surveys or reflections on what worked well or could be improved; reflections or letter of support from community collaborator or senior-level colleague; relevant publications or conference presentations; program review reports; or the like).
  7. Self-Assessment of areas of personal strength/growth & action plan: Briefly describe what you feel are your greatest strengths, or competencies, in community-engaged learning and teaching as well as where you feel there is need for personal or professional growth. Follow this by sharing a brief personal action plan to outline your trajectory of future professional learning related to community-engaged learning and teaching.