Be an active participant in your learning!
There are diverse and interesting First Year Seminar courses with an Action Research Team component offered in the fall and spring terms. This engaged learning pedagogy models the great efforts of the university to celebrate the teaching and learning process while providing a rich education and college experience for all students. Students and faculty together carve a space for active participation in the seminar. Through discussions, collaboration, exploration of a multitude of topics, discovery of oneself and voice as well as that as members of a larger community, students engage in each aspect of the course.
Students who participate in this coursework will
- Actively participate in their learning
- Work in teams as facilitators and leaders
- Explore and practice civic democratic agency
- Expand seminar discussions into community partnerships
- Learn new skills and challenge themselves
FYSeminar courses with an ARTs component are small in size, fun, and challenging. Be sure to look for this “….” in the course description to identify it as an ARTs course. Get involved, learn civic agency, and take ownership over your learning experience today.
Spring 2013 Courses with an Action Research Team:
- FS111 Global Sustainability (composting section)
- FS121 Environment and Social Change
- FS121 Food for Thought
- FS121 What’s Political about a Potato
- FS121 You’re Water, Your Life
- FS121 In the Business of Change
- FS121 Student Driven Campus Change
- FS121 Slam Poetry, Art, & Activism
- FS121 Social Justice and Youth Empowerment
- FS121The Art of Community Change
- FS141 Investigating Human Rights
- FS141 Queer Identities
- FS141 The Great Immigration Debate
- FS111 SAS Western & Alternative Medicine