Learning Community Development (LCD) is a department under the Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning & Online Education (CETLOE) at Georgia State University.
Our mission is to curate culturally responsive programming for GSU students and faculty. These programs develop interdisciplinary relationships across the University and Atlanta community. The following are our current initiatives: Teaching for Social Justice and Democracy, PantherHackers, Digital Learners to Leaders, and Development Innovation Leadership Team.
Check out the different tabs below to see which initiatives are directed for faculty/staff and students.
Teaching for Social Justice and Democracy
Discover how you can integrate current social issues into your course to engage your students better and help them develop their social, emotional, and expressive capacities. The Teaching For Social Justice & Democracy Series focuses on instructional strategies that Georgia State University faculty have used to incorporate social justice themes into various subject areas successfully and the resulting positive student outcomes.
Learn More About Teaching for Social Justice and Democracy Events
Watch Dr. Owen Cantrell Discuss A Framework for Social Justice and Civic Engagement in the Classroom
Visit the Teaching for Social Justice and Democracy
More From Us
Create digital solutions to real challenges.
A technological playground for students interested in innovation.
Integrate current social issues into your course.
Find Us on Vimeo
View recordings of our previous series and watch insights from our speakers.
For any questions, comments, or concerns, email Jackie Slaton at firstname.lastname@example.org.