National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE) is a nonprofit membership association of educators, businesses and community leaders. The mission of NSEE is to foster the effective use of experience as an integral part of education in order to empower learners and promote the common good. Founded in 1971, NSEE supports the use of learning through experience by four main curricular settings:
- Academic Service Learning
- Internships and Cooperative Education
- Undergraduate Research and Scholarship
- International Study Abroad
Why is the Center for Teaching and Learning involved with NSEE:Faculty become active learners, too, experimenting together with their students, reflecting upon the learning activities they have designed and responding to their students' reactions to the activities. The University of Tampa also has become the strategic partner of the NSEE as the Southern Regional Institute. Check out these Eight Principles of Good Practice for Experiential Learning Activities.
Members of the Center for Teaching and Learning and other UT faculty and staff regularly participate in the NSEE Experiential Education Academy Workshops, which are held on the UT campus twice annually and at the NSEE’s Annual Conference each fall. Learn more about the faculty requirements for an NSEE Curriculum certificate. For more information, contact Eric Freundt at EFreundt@ut.edu.