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This document was created by an individual or individuals who submitted a proposal so he / she / they may present at the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiative’s 2011 Conference on Service ...

This document was created by an individual or individuals who submitted a proposal so he / she / they may present at the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiative’s 2011 Conference on Service and Volunteerism (GCSV11). This proposal was approved by the Indiana Commission on Community Service and Volunteerism (ICCSV) and other community partners. Sharing this document is a courtesy extended by the OFBCI to conference attendees who may want to reference materials covered at the GCSV11, and the OFBCI in no way not responsible for specific content within.

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    • Aligning After SchoolProgramming with the School Day throughService-Learning Cate Hart Hyatt Indiana University
    • Two Kinds of Intelligence Jellaludin Rumi There are two kinds of intelligence: one acquired,as a child in a school memorizes facts and concepts from books and from what the teacher says,collecting information from the traditional sciences as well as from the new sciences. 2
    • With such intelligence you rise in the world. you get ranked ahead or behind others in regard to your competence in retaining information. You stroll with this intelligencein and out of fields of knowledge, getting always more marks on your preserving tablets. 3
    • There is another kind of tablet, one already completed and preserved inside you. A spring overflowing its springbox. A freshnessin the center of the chest. This other kind of intelligence does not turn yellow or stagnate. It’s fluid, and it doesn’t move from outside to inside through the conduits of plumbing-learning. This second knowing is a fountainhead from within you, moving out. 4
    • Partner Activity: Service Activities in After School Programs• Read the poem and Ideas to Share:Choose a word, • Are students aware of this?Phrase, or sentence • How does my program nurture this in students?that speaks • What can we do to helpto you. students embrace this?• Share with a partner. 5
    • There is another kind of tablet, one already completed and preserved inside you. A spring overflowing its springbox. A freshnessin the center of the chest. This other kind of intelligence does not turn yellow or stagnate. It’s fluid, and it doesn’t move from outside to inside through the conduits of plumbing-learning. This second knowing is a fountainhead from within you, moving out. 6
    • Workshop Overview What is Service Learning? How can service learning connect after school to the school-day curriculum? What could service learning look like in my program? 7
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    • Service Learning…IS… IS NOT…• Based in community; • Internships• Usually coordinated with • Field Experiences a school; • Episodic or add-on• Enhances the academic • Logged service hours curriculum; • Only for high school or• Fosters civic college students responsibility; • One-sided: benefiting only students or only the• Provides for reflection community 9
    • Meaningful serviceNational Duration and Link to curriculum IntensityStandardsfor Quality QualityService Progress monitoring Service ReflectionLearning LearningPractice Partnerships Diversity(National YouthLeadership Council) Youth voice 10
    • Understanding Standards for Quality Service Learning• Choose one of the eight Standards for Quality Service Learning• Review the description presented• Develop a creative way to teach this information to the rest of the room (you will have 2 minutes to share) 11
    • Kindergarteners, 2nd, 5th and 6th GradersColumbus Signature Academy Lincoln CampusColumbus, Indiana 12
    • • 2008 Flood • City Planner • Letters to local businesses • Neighborhood meeting • Fundraising – Healthy Snack ShackSpring 2011…1. Continued research2. Planting trees3. Construction of raised beds4. Neighborhood celebration 13
    • Links to the Curriculum Social Studies: • Compare neighborhoods in your community and explain how physical features of the community affect people living there. • Identify ways that recreational opportunities influence human activity in the community. Math • Collect and record numerical data in systematic ways. • Represent, compare, and interpret data using tables, tally, charts, and bar graphs. Science • Use tools to investigate, observe, measure, design, and build things. • Draw pictures and write brief descriptions that correctly portray key features of an object. Language Arts • Write a friendly letter complete with the date salutation, body, closing and signature. • Write and deliver a research report that has been developed using a systematic research process. 14
    • 12th GradersFranklin Community High SchoolFranklin, Indiana 15
    • 8-Month Film Festival Process Conduct Shoot Select Topic research and Edit Film Screen Films Footage interviews2011 Film Topics…• A 27-year old mother who fights her way out of poverty by attending nursing school.• A local teacher who must adapt to increasing budget cuts.• An Indianapolis-based baseball player, who after nine years in the minor leagues, gets his call- up to the big leagues. 16
    • Links to the Curriculum Journalism • Students write news stories, features stories and columns, in-depth issue features, reviews, and editorials or opinions in print and media • Students demonstrate an understanding of the research, organizational, and drafting strategies in journalistic writing processes. • Students use principles, elements, tools, and techniques of media design to analyze, navigate, and create effective, aesthetically pleasing media formats • Radio Technology • Explain the functions of video equipment: 1. Camera, 2. Audio, 3. Lighting, 4. Editing (linear/non-linear), 5. Studio Control switcher, audio board, character generator, etc. • Operate equipment in a professional manner. 17
    • How can you integrate servicelearning & 21st Century Learningintoyour afterschoolprogram? 18
    • 21st Century Learning Framework• Core Subjects & Interdisciplinary Themes – Global Awareness – Financial, Economic, Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy – Civic Literacy• Learning & Innovation Skills• Information, Media and Technology Skills• Life & Career Skills 19
    • Graffiti Wall Activity: Service Activities in After School Programs• Choose 1 or 2 21St Century Learnings.• Note what you already do to foster these learnings.• Brainstorm new ideas for other components. 20
    • After School Programs and Service Learning: a Natural Fit Youth Voice Relevant Academic Partnerships Standards Service Learning 21
    • What are my next steps? How can I transform current programming into service learning ? 22
    • Service Learning Points of EntryStart with student-identified needs.Transform an existing program activity into authenticservice-learning.Connect or extend a required curriculum standard,content, or skill, into service.Partner with a community-based organization toidentify local assets and needs. 23
    • Graffiti Wall Activity - Revisited: Service Learning Points of EntryRevisit your ideas to foster SLstandards and 21st CenturyLearning and share with the Refer togroup. Decide which point of Qualityentry works best for you. Standards for Service Learning 24
    • Service Learning Resources1. Service-Learning Clearinghouse http://www.servicelearning.org/2. National Youth Leadership Council http://www.nylc.org/3. Youth Serve America http://ysa.org/4. Generation On http://www.generationon.org/ 25
    • Aligning After SchoolProgramming with the School Day throughService-Learning Cate Hart Hyatt Indiana University