CLDE Emergent Theory of Change
CLDE: EMERGENT THEORY OF CHANGE
Since the publication of the A Crucible Moment report in 2012, many higher education professionals have engaged further in the CLDE field in the hopes of fulfilling the vision laid out by our colleagues to create a more socially just, civically engaged, and democratically-minded future. In this session, participants will engage in conversation about the emerging theory of change for the annual CLDE conference and CLDE work, based on A Crucible Moment. How are these components -- civic ethos, civic literacy and skill building, civic inquiry, civic action, and civic agency -- actualized on our campuses and outside of the campus community. This session is intended to further explain the emerging theory of change, how one might incorporate the theory into your work and how the CLDE18 planning committee envisions what a thriving democracy is.
To learn more about the CLDE Emergent Theory of Change, review the online learning session here.
- Hope And Strategy For A Thriving Democracy
- Civic Learning And Democratic Engagement For What? Envisioning A Thriving Democracy
- Civics Unbound: Knowledge, Skills, And Dispositions For A Thriving Democracy
- Integral, Relational, Organic, And Generative: Pedagogy For A Thriving Democracy
- A Gathering Of Hopes And Stories: Organizing For A Thriving Democracy