This paper will provide a critical reflection of a professor’s response to the Pandemic of 2020 and its impact on her service-learning course. The paper will discuss the changes that were made by the professor once the course format changed to remote education. Throughout, comments and reflections from the students as it applies to the assignments they had to complete remotely will be provided, challenges that both the professor and students overcame will be discussed followed by a description of takeaways that were gain from this experience. The paper will end with a message of hope for college professors who do community engaged scholarship in the midst of uncertainty about what the fall semester will look like for institutions of higher education.
This article replaces an older version due to an author revision.
Hall, Pamela D.
"Reflection and COVID-19: How Students and a Professor Made the Best of Remote Education in a Service-Learning Capstone Course,"
Experiential Learning & Teaching in Higher Education: Vol. 3
, Article 11.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/elthe/vol3/iss2/11