|Preparation & Planning|
Reflection is a very important part of the service-learning cycle. On this page, there are some resources and ideas to assist you in reflection. To read more...
The celebration stage is the point on the service-learning cycle where you celebrate the accomplishments of your project. Take a look at the resources provided for ideas and assistance on celebration.
It’s important that the service-learning project belongs to the participants and their community. Young people and community members should work together to identify community needs, plan service activities and evaluate the impact of the service-learning project.
As the service-learning project comes to a close, efforts need to be made to help youth continue to use their new knowledge and skills to make decisions, solve problems and grow as caring, contributing members of their communities.
Project monitoring is a very important part of the service-learning cycle. We must monitor our projects to keep them on the right track. To learn more...
Needs assessment is at the beginning of the service-learning cycle when we are attempting to figure out what our project is going to be. Learn more...
Here are some recommendations for adults who are participating in service-learning with youth.
It is important for youth to have the voice when it comes to service-learning. To learn more...
You'll find the Service-Learning Preparation and Planning Sheet invaluable as you plan your next service-learning project. The sheet provides a framework for success for your service-learning project. .
This is the step in the service-learning cycle where we plan what needs to be done in the project and get adequate materials for it.
Here are some situations designed to provide an opportunity for you to think about and design effective service-learning projects to addresses the needs outlined in the situations.
The meaningful service checklist will help you to determine if you have met all of the hallmarks of meaningful service.
Here are some scenarios of meaningful service. To learn more...
Here is a resource of what makes service meaningful. Read on to find out more.
Service-learning is a more meaningful process to the people involved than is community service. We must keep this in mind when conducting a service-learning project.
Service-learning is a teaching method that combines academic instruction, meaningful service and critical, reflective thinking to enhance learning and civic responsibility. Use this rubric to evaluate the progress of your service-learning project while you're doing it and once you've completed it.
Evaluation is a step of the service-learning cycle. It is where you evaluate the project and make changes where they are needed. To learn more, look at the following resources.
Information about the service-learning cycle.