This webinar and resources examine course design and implementation considerations for academic internships, including partnership development (i.e., identifying and securing remote internships), student preparation for remote internships, risk management, reflection and assessment, and best practices.
- Rena Banwait, Manager, Experiential Education Unit, Office of the Dean, University of Toronto Mississauga
- Professor Tracey Bowen, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream and Associate Director, Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, University of Toronto Mississauga
- Professor Liz Coulson, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream and Education Studies Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Department of Language Studies, University of Toronto Mississauga
- Kayla Sousa, Experiential Learning Officer, Office of the Dean, University of Toronto Mississauga
Recording of Webinar
Below is a video recording of the webinar session.
You can download a .pdf version of the slides here.
Download and/or access other resources discussed in this session below:
Explore this .pdf detailing ways in which you can adopt Critical Reflection into an experiential learning opportunity (i.e. Academic Internship, Community Engaged Service learning, Practica, Work-Integrated Learning, Field Course, etc.).
RECOMMENDED FURTHER READING
Greer, T., Payne, S. (2014) Overcoming Telework Challenges: Outcomes of Successful Telework Strategies. The Psychologist Manager Journal. Vol. 17, No. 2, 87–111.
Hardill, I., & Green, A. (2003). Remote working: Altering the spatial contours of work and home in the new economy. NewTechnology Work and Employment, 18(3), 212-222.