The Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Theory of Change (Hoffman, Domagal-Goldman, King, & Robinson, 2018) addresses four key questions relating to vision/purpose, learning outcomes, pedagogy, and strategy for higher education’s work in preparing students for participation in civic life. In this article, we elaborate on the pedagogy question, offering civic tools and practices faculty and student affairs educators can use to support student learning and foster socially just, civically engaged institutions and communities.
Hübler, Romy; Hoffman, David B.; Berger, Craig; Domagal-Goldman, Jennifer; and King, Stephanie
"Tools for Living Democracy: Putting the CLDE Theory of Change into Practice,"
eJournal of Public Affairs: Vol. 9
, Article 2.
Available at: https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/ejopa/vol9/iss1/2