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  • Students CLICK on character to go to their experience. The clips in each sequence are documentary style of the student explaining what type of service they did, the benefits they gained as well as the benefits of the agency, characteristics of SL and where on the spectrum did this SL fit.
  • Film clip of individual accounts.Students can move to WITH, the next section of the module to explore the connections
  • Specific content to look for in the movie clip.Movie clip is inserted on top of static image of DON. Talking head speaksAbout the ‘organisational, social/motivational/academic.Content on separate document.
  • Audio for disabitlity students, instructions on the activity.A example of concise writing.Some questionsQ1) How did these services differ? How were these services similar?Q2. Who did these charities benefit? Q3. Did they use technology to reach different audiences?
  • ACTIVITY for ABOUTBill discusses his experiences of Service Learning.Where does Bill see his SL experience? Drag the dots to where you see your service learning fits.
  • Film clip
  • Content to look for. Sam as Don
  • Lisa and Rosie, - would you have your book in here? Have u thought about an eBook?Do we want sound for those with disabilities?A example of concise writing.Some questionsQ1) How did these services differ? How were these services similar?Q2. Who did these charities benefit? Q3. Did they use technology to reach different audiences?
  • ACTIVITY for ABOUTBill discusses his experiences of Service Learning.Where does Bill see his SL experience? Drag the dots to where you see your service learning fits.
  • Film clip of individual accounts.
  • Content to look for
  • Lisa and Rosie, - would you have your book in here? Have u thought about an eBook?Do we want sound for those with disabilities?A example of concise writing.Some questionsQ1) How did these services differ? How were these services similar?Q2. Who did these charities benefit? Q3. Did they use technology to reach different audiences?
  • ACTIVITY for ABOUTBill discusses his experiences of Service Learning.Where does Bill see his SL experience? Drag the dots to where you see your service learning fits.
  • The group discusses what their experiences were and how they used SL comparning and contrasting, throough the aboutMaterial.Reflective practie is introduced as the process to service learningPreparationActionDemonstration
  • Talking head revisits content of what students are discussing, then introduces Reflective Practice as the ‘with’ of Service Learning.
  • Diagrams will be reinforced by avatar, such as the VEN diagram,TEACHING RESEARCH nexus.
  • Lisa and Rosie, - would you have your book in here? Have u thought about an eBook?sound for those with disabilities?A example of concise writing.Some questionsQ1) How did these services differ? How were these services similar?Q2. Who did these charities benefit? Q3. Did they use technology to reach different audiences?
  • ACTIVITY for ABOUTBill discusses his experiences of Service Learning.Where does Bill see his SL experience? Drag the dots to where you see your service learning fits.
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    • 1. Module 1ABOUT Academic Service Learning Service Learning takes many forms as community needs differ as do the learning experiences within communities. Service Learning includes links to academic learning, where learning is reciprocal. Service Learning can cross curriculum areas and is linked to the goals of the program. Don Click on the tabs. Explore what Service Learning is about. What experiences have preservice teachers gained and how have they used Service Learning. Rebecca Watch the clips of Don, Rebecca and Rosie. The first module explains what Service Learning is all ‘ABOUT’. Rosie
    • 2. Module 1 – AboutService LearningDONFollow Don’s story of his service learning ABOUT Definitions Activity With Check yourexperience. knowledgeIn this short clip, explore what Dondiscovers..•What is service learning Don – About•The characteristics of Service Learning Insert Movie Clip•Types of Service Learning
    • 3. Module 1 – Definitions Don Definitions activity With check your DON knowledgeaboutAcademic Service LearningDefinitions Talking head. Check your understanding Talking head INSERT of Service Learning. Be able to define: discusses content FLASH MOVIE what to look for and What are the characteristics CLIP What is Service Learning Types of service learning How SL differ from Volunteering,,Community services, and internships
    • 4. Module 1 Check your Don Definitions Activity WITH About Don knowledge Academic Service Learning ACTIVITYOther peoples experiences i Read through the different examples of services people provide to the community and INSERT globally. ACTIVITY FLASH Using the questions provided , go MOVIE After watching Don’s story and the definition clip ‘ABOUT’ Service Learning, go to the activity in Vws journal to your electronic Vuws journal write a short 100 word paragraph CLIP concisely answering the questions You may also check your knowledge for your own clarification. provided in ‘Activity’. DON – INSERT PDF -Template
    • 5. DON Service Learning ExperienceCheck your knowledge - CK Rosie Defintions Activity With CK Drag and drop Content of knowledge ‘ABOUT’ service training. ORGANISATIONAL- ACADEMIC – Educational outcomes TYPES OF SL v CHARACTERISTICS COMMUNITY AGENCIES
    • 6. Module 1 – AboutService LearningFollow Rebecca’s story of his ServiceLearning experience. Check yourIn this short clip, explore what Rebecca About Definitions Activity With knowledgediscovers.•What is Service Learning•What are some of the characteristics of Service Learning Rebecca – About Insert Movie Clip here k x
    • 7. Module 1 – Definitions Rebecca Definition activity With check your Rebecca knowledgeaboutAcademic Service LearningDefinitions Talking head. Refresh your understanding Definitions with INSERT of what Service Learning is all about. talking FLASH head Be able to define: MOVIE CLIP •What are the characteristics •What is Service Learning •Types of service learning •How SL differ from Volunteering,,Community services, and internships
    • 8. Module 1 About Rebecca Rebecca Definitions Activity WITH Check your knowledge Academic Service LearningOther peoples experiences i Read through the different examples of services people provide to the community and INSERT globally. FLASH After watching Rebecca’s story and the definitions of Service Using the questions provided , go MOVIE Learning, go to the activity in Vws journal to your electronic Vuws journal write a short 100 word paragraph You may alsoCLIP your knowledge for your own clarification. check concisely answering the questions provided in ‘Activity’ about REBECCA’S experiences.
    • 9. Rebecca Service Learning ExperienceCheck your knowledge - CK Module 1 Definitons Activity With CK Drag and drop Content of knowledge ‘ABOUT’ service training. ORGANISATIONAL- ACADEMIC – Educational outcomes TYPES OF SL v CHARACTERISTICS COMMUNITY AGENCIES
    • 10. Module 1 – AboutService Learning Definition Rosie Activity With CKFollow Rosie’s story of her service learning sexperience.In this short clip, explore what Dondiscovered. Rosie- About•What is service learning•The characteristics of Service Learning•Types of Service Learning
    • 11. Module 1 – Definitions Module 1 Definitions activity With check your Rosie knowledgeaboutAcademic Service Learning Talking head. Check your understanding Definitions with INSERT of Service Learning. Be able to define: talking FLASH head MOVIE What are the characteristics CLIP What is Service Learning Types of service learning How SL differ from Volunteering,,Community services, and internships
    • 12. Module 1 Check your Rosie Definitions Activity WITH About Rosie knowledge Academic Service Learning ACTIVITYOther peoples experiences i Read through the different examples of services people provide to the community and INSERT globally. ACTIVITYFLASH Using the questions provided , go MOVIE After watching Rosie’s story and the definition clip ‘ABOUT’ Service Learning, go to the activity in Vws journal to your electronic Vuws journal write a short 200 word paragraph CLIP concisely answering the questions You may also check your knowledge for your own clarification. provided in ‘Activity’. Rosie
    • 13. Rosie- Service Learning ExperienceCheck your knowledge - CK Rosie Defintions Activity With CK From the ’About’ clips and Definition clips on Rosie, test your knowledge. Where does Rosie’s experiences with Service Learning lay in the grid? Check your answers
    • 14. Assessment – About SLIinstructions for assessment Insert Talking head with audio2From the 100 word journal exercisesNow, write a concise 200 word journalentry following the template provided onWhat you thought Don,Rebecca and Rosies,experiences were in SL.
    • 15. Module 1 –WithService Learning THE Check your Definitions Activity About GROUP knowledgeListen to the group discussion on Don,Rebecca and Rosie’s experiencesAsk yourself how they compared and WITHcontrasted.What sort of strategies did they use in their The groupService Learning experiences.How did they enhance the learning of the Insert Movie Clip hereexperience.
    • 16. Module 1 – Definitions The group definitions activity About check your knowledgeWITH – THE GROUPAcademic Service LearningDefinitions Talking head. Refresh your understanding Definitions with INSERT of what Service Learning is all about. talking FLASH head Be able to define: MOVIE What are the characteristics CLIP What is Service Learning Types of service learning Insert movie clip How SL differ from Volunteering,,Community here services, and internships
    • 17. REFLECTIVE PRACTICEReflective Practice Preparation ------thinkingThis section is to introduce the concept of ACTIONReflective Practice, whichwill be reinforced in the ‘FOR’ section. ------doingIn the ‘For’ section you will use a model ofReflective Practice to get use to using thistool in your SL experience. DemonstrationWe will be doing theThinking ---------sharingDoing andSharingIn Module 2 – “For’ section.
    • 18. Module 1 About Rosie Check your Academic Service Learning The group Definitions Activities ABOUT knowledge ActivityOther peoples experiences i Read through the different examples of services people provide to the community and INSERT globally. FLASH After watching Rosie’s story and the refresher clip on the Using the questions provided , go MOVIE ‘ABOUT’ Service Learning, go to the activity in Vws journal to your electronic Vuws journal write a short 200 word paragraph You may alsoCLIP your knowledge for your own clarification. check concisely answering the questions provided in ‘Activity’. Use the resources to support your activity.
    • 19. THE Group Service Learning ExperienceCheck your knowledge - CK Rosie Defintions Activity With CK Drag and drop Content of knowledge ‘ABOUT’ service training. ORGANISATIONAL- ACADEMIC – Educational outcomes TYPES OF SL v CHARACTERISTICS COMMUNITY AGENCIES