This essay offers advice to University faculty and administrators on how best to implement the work of engaged pedagogy and community development work. The author is an established activist and community organizer for the past 40 years. His most important recommendation when doing the work of community engagement is to begin work that starts and benefits the community.
"Engaged Pedagogy: Reflections from a Barriologist,"
Engaging Pedagogies in Catholic Higher Education (EPiCHE):
1, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.stmarys-ca.edu/epiche/vol2/iss1/1
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