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Let's Be Changemakers: Changemaking at MDC
An online resource guide addressing social innovation and changemaking education resources
Project-based learning (PBL) is an evidence-based high impact teaching practice that enhances student learning and success.
By embodying the belief that “everyone is a changemaker,” MDC is an active institutional agent of change, promoting a resilient community founded on an understanding of natural systems, universal human rights, economic justice, and a culture of peace.
To promote the development of skills and perspectives that take people beyond ordinary limits to make positive and relevant changes for themselves and their communities, no matter how big or small.
The North Campus Green Team is comprised of an interdisciplinary group of faculty, staff, and administrators dedicated to promoting earth literacy. Team members represent multiple disciplines and areas of the North Campus and the Meek Center including: Life and Earth Sciences, English & Communications, Mathematics, Learning Resources, Media Services, Admissions & Registration, Earth Ethics Institute, Social Sciences, and Campus Services. Together, the North Campus Green Team coordinates numerous events which are aimed towards educating and inspiring actions that promote sustainability and conservation.
Project-based learning (PBL) is an evidence-based high impact teaching practice that enhances student learning and success. PBL at MDC engages students with real-world problems or questions (local to global) and challenges them to share findings or propose solutions. Problems investigated are rooted in the curriculum and may require students to apply knowledge and/or skills from more than one discipline.