Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum: A Workbook for Teachers

Posted by on September 19, 2011


Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum: A Workbook for Teachers and Administrators

A Comprehensive Resource for
K-16 and Community Based PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT

Comprehensive and Effective
• A must have for any school serious about service-learning.
• Includes a NEW section on Education for Sustainability.
• Created by teachers for teachers.
• Coherently integrates service-learning and sustainability.
• Designed for K-16 and community educators.
• Tools and strategies for implementing school/campus wide.

The Workbook uses a Best Practice Based approach and includes curriculum exemplars, detailed planning and evaluation guides, (at both the instructional and site level,) assessment techniques, and activity collection-sharing forms.

Using this Book
Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum is ideal for school and program training events, and as an educator’s curriculum planning guide and evaluation resource. It is also an excellent teaching and planning tool for use with older students.

Inspire Engagement and Learning in Your School
Whether you in the start-up phase, working to enhance an existing service-learning program, or working to move beyond community service, CWI’s Workbook  and model for service-learning will support your efforts, at both the instructional and site level.

CWI’s resources and publications have been a favorite of K-16 and community educators for nearly two decades. find out why

Service-Learning as a Teaching Strategy; Best Practices for Service-Learning; Service-Learning and Education for Sustainability; Best Practices for Education for Sustainability; Curriculum Exemplars and Assessment Strategies Planning & Evaluation Guides for Site Level and Instructional Levels; Completed Examples; Form for Collecting & Sharing Activities

Field Tested By Teachers
Curriculum projects and programs that use the CWI model incorporate a series of field tested best practices, at both the instructional and site level. New relationships and roles, along with partnerships with the local community are an important and inherent part of this process. Deepened collaborations among educators, students and community members are a result of learning to work together in new ways.

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