Service Learning with K-12 Students
Posted by HE-SL Listserv on July 14, 2020
The following question was posed on the Higher Education-Service-Learning (HE-SL) listserv: Does anyone have an example of protocols related to how to make remote tutoring/homework support for K-12 students safe and effective?
Here are the responses:
Examples of protocols on how to make remote tutoring safe and effective for K-12 youth:
- Virtual Program Planning Resources ( comprehensive list of resources such as planning documents, liability forms, and planning presentations)
- K-12 Virtual Engagement (a one pager summarizing new guidelines for remote engagement)
Virginia Commonwealth University’s Mary & Frances Youth Center has produced these Best Practices for Online Programs: Safety and Protection of Minors resource.
Here’s a link to the parent registration form used at USC: https://forms.gle/ovYZKmbdDsfdD44E8. Here, too is a link to a Google Drive folder with a few key program documents, including the code of conduct and a newly drafted parental consent form.
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