In today’s rapidly changing world, it is crucial for educators to foster responsible citizenship among students by connecting classroom learning to real-world experiences. Community-Based Learning (CBL) offers a powerful approach to achieve this goal. CBL engages students in authentic projects and activities that address community needs, empowering them to become active, responsible, and empathetic citizens.

Join our free workshop to:

✅Experience CBL yourself as a creative teaching and learning method

✅Learn to plan your own CBL project 

✅Explore ways to connect your students’ learning with real world experiences

✅Discover how to use CLAP (Community-based Learning Action Portal) to support your CBL journey

▶️ONSITE Session

📅 25 May 2024 (Saturday)

⌚ 8.30am-4.00pm

📍Pusat Belia Lebuh Acheh, George Town, Penang

CBL Experiential Program

Option 1: Music of Sound 🎼
Participants document sounds, movements, and dialogues in the inner city of George Town and create music using everyday objects, body parts, and voice based on those. Through creating music, rap, songs, chants and movements, participants re-enact the living environment of the inner city

Option 2: Multicultural Legacies of Early Settlements 🏛️
What do stories of migration and settlement tell us about ourselves and our collective identity? “Multicultural Legacies of Early Settlements” is an interactive guided walk around five historical settlements in George Town. Participants will explore each community’s living as well as built heritage.

* Participants will select the program option on the day of the event.


▶️ONLINE Session

📅1st June 2024 (Saturday)

⌚10.00 am – 12.30 pm