Service-Learning

Service-Learning

What is Service-Learning?

"Service-learning is a form of experiential education in which students engage in activities that address human and community needs together with structured opportunities intentionally designed to promote student learning and development. Reflection and reciprocity are key concepts of service-learning." (Jacoby, 1996)

RESOURCES and OPPORTUNITIES

Service-Learning Handbooks

SMSU Faculty Service-Learning Packet

SMSU Student Service-Learning Packet

Service-Learning Forms

STUDENT Service Learning Contract

STUDENT Service Learning Reflection Sheet

STUDENT: Service-Learning Final Evaluation

SITE SUPERVISOR: Service Learning Final Evaluation


INTRODUCE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT COMPONENT(S) IN COURSES YOU TEACH

If you incorporate service or some other civic engagement component into one or more of your courses, please let the campus and community know by filling out this short questionnaire. Thanks! - Civic Engagement in the Classroom


LOCAL GRANT OPPORTUNITY- YAR

Youth As Resources (YAR) is an organization dedicated to promoting and facilitating service learning and youth led community projects. YAR provides grants of up to $1,000 for service learning and community projects for kindergarten through college level students. If you interested in doing a service project as an individual or as a group, please fill out the application: http://www.marshall.k12.mn.us/YAR

Last Modified: 8/10/17 3:02 PM