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Food Carts and Food Justice
Transcript of Food Carts and Food Justice
Can Problem-Based Learning Communities Successfully Engage Students,
the Community and Liberal Arts Learning? Isolated Learning
Diverse Student Body of College Learning
Communities Initiative Case Study Warner Pacific College's Mission: Warner Pacific is a Christ-centered, urban, liberal arts college dedicated to providing students from diverse backgrounds an education that prepares them to engage actively in a constantly changing world. Objectives of LCs FALL 2012 One First-Year Learning Community: Food Carts and Food Justice:
Can Problem-based Learning Communities Successfully Engage Students,
the Community and Liberal Arts Learning? Dr. Luke Goble
Jessie Thompson Warner Pacific College Dr. Luke Goble
Jessie Thompson Warner Pacific College Food Carts, Farms, and Freddy's:
Thinking About Eating in Portland
First-Year Learning Community Service Learning Objectives Objectives of Liberal Arts Education Analysis of Food Learning Community in Relation to Liberal Arts Objectives Quotes from Students ENG 200:
Composition HUM 150X: ENG 101:
Composition Develop curiosity
Create access to and engagement with the college, service, and the city Food Carts, Farms, and
Freddy's: Thinking About
Eating in Portland SPRING 2013 Warner Pacific College's Vision: Warner Pacific College will be a Christ-centered, innovative, diverse, formational learning community known for fostering collaboration, developing a sense of vacation among students, staff and faculty, and operating within a position of fiscal responsibility. Warner Pacific College's Values: As a contemporary Christian learning community, Warner Pacific College values being Christ-centered, people-focused, excellence-driven and future-directed. "In the city, and for the city." Extends learning beyond classroom
Provides structured time to reflect
Provides opportunity to apply skill/knowledge in real-life situations
Exposes students to diverse communities
Provides opportunities to build networks
Engages problem-solving in specific context
Fosters development of positive personal characteristics, self-awareness and civic engagement
Promotes teamwork and citizenship
Addresses complex problems in complex settings
Creates community impacts specific to the mission of the community partner organization "The community and friendship aspects of this LC are easily attained, rather than being an anonymous face in a class of 35...These groups are not to fulfill a requirement, but to develop yourself as a person. Developing who you are through the development of others and others’ ideas/truths, will open you up to possibilities you might never have known before."--FYLC Student, 2012 "This particular learning community will challenge the way you experience food. You don’t need any specific skills or mindsets to enter in. All you need is an open mind and an inquisitive spirit. You will get to judge for yourself how your eating practices will affect/be your truth. You will answer questions on a moral, physical, ecological and spiritual light that you might never have known even needed questioning. You will taste foods through other people’s experiences, create menus, dinners and memories. Explore food carts, food markets, avenues of food. What you bring to the table, will mirror what you get out of it."--FYLC Student, 2012 ENG 101:
Composition ENG 200:
Course FALL SPRING Our First- Year Learning Community Model: FALL