This report shows the various collaborative projects between UNO and the community. Various filters are provided to gain a better understanding of how different UNO units collaborate with the community.
|Project||Project Focus Areas||Community Partners||Campus Partners||Engagement Type:||Activity Type:||Other Activity Type:||Start Semester:||Start Academic Year:||End Semester:||End Academic Year:||Total UNO Students:||UNO Students Hours:||UNO Faculty/Staff Hours:||Total K-12 Students:||K-12 Student Hours:||Total Number of Other Participants:||Topics:||Other Topics:||Description:||Subtags:|
|Fundamentals of Public Speaking (Spring 2023 Section.014): 2022-23 (3026)||Education Rights Counsel (ERC), Intercultural Senior Center, League of Women Voters, World Speaks||Service Learning||None||None||Spring||2022-23||Spring||2022-23||25||175||0||0||0||0||Students will be required to give two speeches for this course - an informative speech, and a persuasive speech. In the informative speech, the students will talk about their research on the different areas of improvement within the community. Following this speech, the students will each choose a nonprofit of their choice and give a persuasive speech on how the nonprofit contributes to the area of focus they chose for the informative speech. At the end of the semester, the students will vote for one organization to receive the $1000 grant. MPI Project CMST 1110.014|
|ERC Presentation Human Rights in P-12 Education (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3027)||Arts, Culture and Humanities||Education Rights Counsel (ERC)||Teacher Education||Knowledge and Resource Sharing||None||None||Spring||2022-23||Spring||2022-23||12||0||0||0||0||0||Human Rights & Trafficking||The course examines the intersection of human rights and P-12 education and prepares individuals to effectively work with and advocate for children and adolescents in educational settings. Students completing the course will be able to 1) demonstrate an increased understanding of fundamental human rights with a specific emphasis on education rights and the human rights of children and adolescents 2) create learning environments that elevate human rights in educational settings and 3) design developmentally appropriate instruction for children and adolescents on varied human rights topics. One of ERC's legal experts co-taught for one of the course days related to education law for 45 minutes - no cost. The value of ERC expertise of 112 dollars (hourly rate of 150). TED 8280 - INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS IN P-12 EDUCATION|
|Leadership in Early Childhood Education (Spring 2023): 2022-23 (3029)||Educational Support||Education Rights Counsel (ERC)||Teacher Education||Knowledge and Resource Sharing||None||None||Spring||2022-23||Spring||2022-23||13||0||0||0||0||0||Capacity Building||This course seeks to prepare candidates with leadership skills in the early childhood field that will empower them to initiate and implement changes in programs serving young children and families. Candidates will explore and apply frameworks of leadership and analyze policy, governance, and power structures that can impact change. Candidates will also learn effective advocacy skills to positively influence policies and practices in program and governance structures. Lastly, candidates will examine approaches for developing new leaders in early childhood education through reflective supervision and mentorship. TED 8880|