Arts, Communications & LanguagesCenter for Civic EngagementClass YearCommunity and Service (Learning)Experience LocationFirst-yearFor CreditGender & SexualityHow to Identify an Immersive ExperienceJuniorOff CampusOn CampusSeniorSocial Impact, Education, Law & GovernmentSophomoreTheo School Student

Community-Based Learning: Applied Performance: Sexual Consent

Professor: Marissa Metelica
Credits: 4

About the Course:

Exposes students to the field of Applied Theatre. Coursework includes the creation and implementation of workshops for the purposes of education and advocacy around the topics of sexual consent, diversity and discrimination. Students spend a substantial amount of time working with community organizations (such as Morris Cares) and conducting workshops in area schools and/or community centers. A substantial percentage of the class grade is based on the quality of students’ community work both in and outside of Drew and their ability to connect that work to the course’s academic content. May be repeated twice.

About Community-Based Learning:

Community Based Learning (CBL) classes, also sometimes called Service Learning Classes, foster the ability to connect academic learning with action in the world. At Drew, CBL classes strengthen community partners that serves the common good. They fulfill the Off-Campus Experience requirement and qualify as one of the Launch program’s immersive experiences.

Course Schedule & Registration:

Friday, 1:15pm – 4:15pm

THEA 385-JT (CRN: 10245)

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