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Engaging Students in the Election--45 Ways Faculty and Administrators Can Still Make a Difference

Helping students become engaged in the 2008 election was easy. Many had been involved since the primaries. Passionate and excited, they volunteered, debated issues and candidates, and streamed to the polls. Administrators and faculty helped them navigate registration and voting hurdles, and suggested ways to become involved, but it took little convincing for them to feel that their participation mattered.Now many students who enthusiastically voted or looked forward to doing so, face dashed…See More
Oct 19, 2010
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Paul Loeb replied to Audra Grady's discussion 'Soul of a Citizen: Using Paul Loeb's Teaching for Engagement Strategies' in the group Community Engaged Scholarship, Teaching and Learning
"I'd love to see people using Faculty Row to talk about using Soul of a Citizen or The Impossible Will Take a Little While in the classroom. If enough of a discussion gets going I'd be happy to drop in periodically and participate."
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Author Soul of a Citizen
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Guest Lecture at various schools--400 in my career
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests (List All Please)
Civic Engagement. and service learning.
I work closely with Campus Compact, running a 2008 Campus Election Engagement in 15 states. A talk of mine to the AASCU's Chief Academic Officer's Association helped inspire the American Democracy Project

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Engaging Students in the Election--45 Ways Faculty and Administrators Can Still Make a Difference

Helping students become engaged in the 2008 election was easy. Many had been involved since the primaries. Passionate and excited, they volunteered, debated issues and candidates, and streamed to the polls. Administrators and faculty helped them navigate registration and voting hurdles, and suggested ways to become involved, but it took little convincing for them to feel that their participation mattered.



Now many students who enthusiastically voted or looked forward to doing so,… Continue

Posted on October 19, 2010 at 1:00pm

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