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  1. 1. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, COVER PAGE (PROJECT’S TITLE) (Venue) Date/Month/Year (Project Picture(s)) (Picture(s) must be concerned and related with the project title.) Service-Learning and Community Service This paper is a part of BG1403 Professional Ethics Seminar (Modules 9-12: Year 3) St. Martin Center for Professional Ethics & Service-Learning Student Affairs, Assumption University
  2. 2. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, CONTENTS PART I: PREPARING FOR PROJECT (MODULE 9: 3/1 Before Midterm Exam) 1.1 About AU 1.2 The Executive summary: Concept of Service-Learning and Community Service 1.3 Step for the Service-Learning Project: 1.4 Announcement of Rules and Regulations 1.5 Announcement of Advisor Duty and Responsibility 1.6 Announcement of Service-Learning and Community Service, Academic Year 2013 1.7 Official Project Permission 1.8 St. Martin Center for Professional Ethics & Service-Learning Satisfaction and Evaluation PART II: EXECUTION OF PROJECT (MODULE 10: 3/1 After Midterm Exam) 2.1 Community/Organization Background (use their Website) 2.3 Overall Activity: A series is a body of work: Inspiration, Preparation, and Atmosphere of Execution, Daily Group Evaluation (Pictures with Description) PART III: REFLECTION & EVALUATION (MODULE 10: 3/1 After Midterm Exam) 3.1 Overall Project in Pie Chart Pattern 3.2 Individual Satisfaction and Evaluation (SL format) 3.3 Community/Organization Satisfaction and Evaluation (SL format) 3.4 Acknowledgement of Community/Organization (if any) (SL format) 3.5 Advisor Satisfaction and Evaluation (SL format) PART IV: PRESENTATION AND EXPERIENCE SHARING (MODULE 11-12: 3/2) 4.1 Facebook: Ausl2013…. Project’s Title….. (print it out) 4.2 10 pictures (one picture shown a group picture (but in personal style) and other 9 multiple pictures) 4.3 JPG A3 Poster (A collage: use multiple pictures, but must be one group picture) 4.4 10 Slides Presentation 4.5 Short Film (5-7 minutes with English or English S PART VI REFERENCE AND SPECIAL THANK 4.1 Special Thank 4.2 Budget in Details (with Receipt Copy) 4.3 Confirmation of Parent’s Letters 4.4 Other Remark: Students must submit the project report with other documents after fifteen days of their execution. 1. Full Project Report (Paper) 2. And CD must be composed of: 1) full project report, 2) 10 pictures, 3) poster (A3), and 4) short film. 3. These documents will be shown in the SL Exhibition in the next semester.
  3. 3. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, PART I PREPARING FOR PROJECT (BG1403 Professional Ethics Seminar: Module 9/3/1 Before Midterm Exam)
  4. 4. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.1 About AU Assumption University Thailand’s fundamental aim is the total development of each student’s human potential in physical, emotional, moral and intellectual aspects. The Student Affairs Department is responsible for activities and services that develop these capacities by integrating out-of-classroom learning with the regular student course work. We hope that partaking in this integration of studies and outside activities will lead students to understand that learning must be a life long process integrated with their personal and career activities, so that they will continue to grow in all aspects of human maturity throughout their lives. 2.1.1 Vision Assumption University of Thailand envisions itself as: • an international community of scholars, • enlivened by Christian inspiration, • engaged in the pursuit of Truth and Knowledge, serving human society, especially through the creative use of interdisciplinary approaches and cybertechnology. 2.1.2 The AU Vision 2000 for The Assumption University Graduates Assumption University of Thailand envisions its graduates as: 1. Healthy and open-minded persons, characterized by personal integrity, an independent mind, and creative thinking, 2. Professionally competent, willing to exercise responsible leadership for economic progress in a just society, 3. Able to communicate effectively with people from other nations and to participate in globalization. 2.1.3 About SA The Student Affairs Department is also responsible for establishing an atmosphere that looks beyond the usual limits of education to promote maturity and a higher wisdom based on critical, independent thinking, positive attitudes and values, and the freedom and courage to express oneself in productive ways for the good of society. We hope our students will love and appreciate their institution, and continue to grow in their understanding of and esteem for the value of art, nature, the environment, and Thai and international cultures for the rest of their lives.
  5. 5. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.1.4 About CPEL Assumption University’s plan for the direction of the solution or prevention of social problems in the university and its results is embedded in the university’s plan for the inculcation of moral/ ethical values and social consciousness. This plan is strictly based on the philosophy, vision and mission of the university and is to be approved by university council. Assumption University actualize this plan in three steps: 1) By requiring all AU undergraduate students to register for BG 1403 every semester during their four year study, 2) By establishing a specialized unit, ‘St. Martin Center for Professional Ethics & ServiceLearning (CPEL)’ to carry out the plan, and 3) By establishing a coordinate system between CPEL, Student Affairs, and Faculties to monitor student’s learning and behaviors in both inside and outside classroom environment. The university has developed its strategic and yearly operation plans which put emphasis on two main kinds of programs: inside class room and outside classroom learning. The inside classroom learning consists of learning and teaching of Professional Ethics Seminar and the outside classroom learning consist of 1) monitoring of students’ behaviors, and 2) community service and service-learning. The objectives of the inside classroom learning is intended for 1) the development of moral sensitivity and cognitive moral reasoning, 2) formations of students to be person of characters, and 3) inculcation of institutional values. The objectives of the monitoring students’ behaviors is monitor students adherence to university’s rules and regulations which are basically based on university’s directive policy for desirable characters, personal integrity, and institutional values. The objective of community service and service learning is for the development of social consciousness and social responsibility of AU undergraduate students.
  6. 6. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.2 The Executive summary: 2.2.1 Concept of Service-Learning: 1. Service-Learning: “To serve and to learn” It is learning through direct participation and involvement in which a learner links knowledge learned in a classroom to serve a community for the social/economic development and empowerment of an individual, a group of individuals in a community or for the community as a whole 2. Community Service: ‘To provide appropriate services for the benefit of one’s local community or for the less advantaged in a community. 3. Social Exposure & Immersion: a sort of learning in which learners are given an opportunity to have a direct encounter with daily life and participation with social phenomena of a certain community. 2.2.2 Three Kinds of Activities: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Academic Activity Promotional of Art and Cultures Recreational Activity Sport and Health Events Social Service and Environment Conservation
  7. 7. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.3 Step for the Service-Learning Project: Phrase I: Preparation Step 1: Understanding the Concept in Module 9 and Module 10 Understand the concept and the process of community service, social exposure and immersion, and service-learning. Step 2: Self-discovery: Discover your interest and your talent. Decide to do the project that meets your interest and your talent. Step 3: Group Formation: Discover 3/1 students who share similar interest. If possible form a group with friends in the same faculty or major so that you can develop a project that fits your academic expertise. There should be at least 3 members in each group. Step 4: Registration Visit exhibition and register for the project students plan to do. Step 5: Generalization of the Project • Set up project committee. • Find project advisor • Review the reflection and evaluation of previous projects. • Discover the location/ community in which the project will be launched. • Discuss your tentative plan with community leaders or leader/ representative of the organization. • Conduct a survey for community needs. Step 6: Writing Project Plan: Fill in Form.... Project Plan includes: 1) Budget Plan, 2) Daily Schedule & Activities, 3)Transportation Plan, 4) Accommodation Plan, and 5) Evaluation Plan Step 7: Project Proposal • Submit the Project Proposal to Project Advisor • Project Approval • First Approval by Project Advisor • Second Approval by Service-Learning Head (A. Anek) • Third Approval by Director of CPEL Phrase II: Execution of the Project Step 8: Meeting: • Call a meeting with project advisors and group members and inform every member of their roles and function. • Inform every members of how to take a trip to a community and all what they need to live in a community. • Inform each members the Do’s and Don’t’s in a community. Step 9: Financial Settlement
  8. 8. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, • • • Inform Students of the Necessary Expenses Issue a Letter of Permission to Students’Parents Submit Approval of Students’Parents - Issue a Notification of Payment at the Office of Finance (in case of Project in the List of OYPB) - Payment for the Expense to Group Treasurer (in case of Students’ Project that Students can Handle by Themselves) Step 10: Transportation Settlement • Choose Appropriate Transportation • Prepare Equipment & Material Supplies Step 11: Project Execution in the Community • Follow Daily Schedule Phrase III: Reflection & Evaluation Step 12: Attend Daily Group Meeting for Group Reflection and Evaluation Step 13: Complete Daily Individual Reflection (Logbook) Step 14: Project Evaluation Conduct Overall Evaluation Meeting on Budget, Community, Accommodation, Food, Transportation, Community Relation. Step 15: Seek Approval from the Community/ Organization Leader Step 16: Expense and Bill Settlement at the Office of Finance or to the CPEL meeting. Phrase IV: Presentation & Experience Sharing Step 17: Posting Reflection and Evaluation on www.service-learning.au.edu Step 18: Preparing posters, power point, and VCD clip for project presentation Step 19: Experience Sharing in Module 11 Step 20: Submit individual reflection paper and group project report to project advisor for Approval Step 21: Submit individual reflection paper and group project report to St. Martin Center for Professional Ethics & Service-Learning Step for Service-Learning Registration 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Study the List of Service-Learning Activities. Approach instructors in case you need further explanation Select service-learning activity that meets your interest and talent. Study the instruction for online registration. Fill in online-registration form in the computers provided and click submit icom.
  9. 9. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.4 Mark Allocation for Service-Learning Year Module Module 9 Topic Concept of Service- Mark allocation for SL 100 100 Passing Score Class Attendance and Assignment 60 Learning Class Attendance and Assignment (Grade 'S') 80-100 BG14035 Module 10 Execution of ServiceLearning Projects Passing Score 100 1. Preparing 1.1 Proposal Projects 1.2 Meeting with Advisor 40 5 5 2.1 Community Evaluation BG14036 Module 11 Service-Learning Experience Sharing 100 40 60 3. Experience Sharing 10 2.2 Advisor Evaluation 10 2.3 SL Report/Documents 2. Execution (Grade 'S') 80-100 10 3.1 Experience Sharing 40 Class Attendance and Assignment Passing Score (Grade 'S') 80-100
  10. 10. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.5 Announcement of Rules and Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. All 3/1 year students have to complete their service-learning project before the beginning the coming semester. If they fail to complete their project, they will fail in BG14035 and have to register again. Students who wish to do their service-learning project outside Bangkok and periphery need an approval from parents or legitimate guardians. Service-learning project outside Bangkok and periphery needs an advisor to monitor their execution and behavior. All service-learning projects must meet service-learning protocol and need to get approval from project advisor and CPEL director. During the entire project, students must strictly cooperate and practice all rules and regulations as followings: 5.1 Students must respect local culture and religions. 5.2 Do all required activities from the beginning until the end. 5.3 Be disciplined and respect advisors, local scholars, host family. 5.4 All illegal things are prohibited within the camp area, for instances: explosive materials, firearms, blades, etc. 5.5 Addictive substances, liquors, cigarettes, and all alcoholic beverages are not allowed inside the camp area. 5.6 Gambling and drinking are prohibited. 5.7 Students are not allowed to leave the camp without permission. 5.8 Male students are not allowed to visit female students at night and vice versa. 5.9 Students must listen and respect individual’s right. 5.10 Students are not allowed to practice inappropriate matters within the camp. 5.11 No quarrel or violence allowed. 5.12 Students are to maintain proper manners by dressing appropriately (No shorts, lady singlet, tight-fitting shirt not allowed.) 5.13 The students are required to maintain polite conversation. The overall project must be at level 3.51 from the satisfaction and evaluation of individual, community/organization and advisor. Those groups do not obey the rules need to do the activity (service –learning) once again. St. Martin Center for Professional Ethics & Service-Learning Academic Year 2013
  11. 11. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.6 Announcement of Advisor Duty and Responsibility Service learning is an innovation in education especially in a teaching university like Assumption University. It poses fundamental change in teachers’ roles. In traditional classrooms, teachers’ functions mainly focus on providing knowledge and information of the subject matter in such particular fields. By structure, teachers’ roles are generally active, while students are passive recipients of knowledge and information imparted. A different role of teachers is seen in service learning. Students dominate active portion in acquiring information and knowledge by exposing themselves to the real world and by reflecting on experiences and the self for a change in their value system. Teachers’ roles are concentrated on facilitating and stimulating during a preparation period; encouraging, collaborating and assisting during activity doing period; animating and inspiring during reflective period. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. To advise the students about project’s generating idea and the process of preparing student activities. ทำำหน้ำที่ให้คำำแนะนำำเกี่ยวกับโครงกำรและขั้นตอนกำรเตรียมกิจกรรมนักศึกษำ To supervise the students for the rules and regulations to travel of the students. ทำำ หน้ ำ ที่ กำำ กั บ ดูแลควำมเรียบร้อยในกำรเดินทำงไปและกลับของนักศึกษำ To serve a duty for daily summarizing and evaluating for learning activities during their execution. ทำำหน้ำที่ในกำรสรุปบทเรียนแต่ละวันและประเมินผลกำรเรียนรู้ในกำรทำำกิจกรรม To serve a duty as an advisor for projects’ satisfaction and evaluation. ทำำ หน้ ำ ที่ ใ นกำรประเมิ น ผลกำรทำำกิจกรรมของนักศึกษำ To serve a duty in counseling and supervision, regulation and discipline throughout the project. ทำำหน้ำที่ในกำรให้คำำปรึกษำและกำำกับดูแลด้ำนระเบียบและวินัยตลอดโครงกำร
  12. 12. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.7 Announcement of Service-Learning and Community Service, Academic Year 2013 2.8 Official Project Permission (see SL Format)
  13. 13. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, PART II EXECUTION OF PROJECT (MODULE 10: 3/1 After Midterm Exam)
  14. 14. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 2.1 Community/Organization Background (Website) 2.2 Overall Activity: Inspiration, Preparation, and Atmosphere of Execution, Daily Group Evaluation (Pictures with Description)
  15. 15. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, PART III REFLECTION & EVALUATION (MODULE 10: 3/1 After Midterm Exam)
  16. 16. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Overall Project in Pie Chart Pattern Individual Satisfaction and Evaluation (SL format) Community/Organization Satisfaction and Evaluation (SL format) Acknowledgement of Community/Organization (if any) Advisor Satisfaction and Evaluation (SL format)
  17. 17. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, PART IV PRESENTATION AND EXPERIENCE SHARING (MODULE 11-12: 3/2)
  18. 18. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Facebook: Ausl2013…. Project’s Title….. (print it out) 10 Pictures (one picture shown a group picture and other 9 pictures JPG A3 Poster 10 Slides Presentation Short Film (5-7 minutes with English or English Subtitle)
  19. 19. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, PART V REFERENCE AND SPECIAL THANK
  20. 20. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, 4.1 Special Thank 4.2 Budget in Details (with Receipt Copy) 4.3 Confirmation of Parent’s Letters (see SL Format) 4.4 Other
  21. 21. AU SERVICE– LEARNING ST. MARTIN CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL ETHICS & SERVICE-LEARNING, STUDENT AFFAIRS, Reference Mayot, Charn. 2010. Bridging Classrooms to Communities in ServiceLearning Progrms. Pp17-29 in Xing, Jun and Carol Hok Ka Ma (ed.), Service-Learning in Asia: Curricular Models and Practices, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. Rhoads, Robert A. and Jeffrey P.F. Howard (ed). 1998. Academic Service Learning: A Pedagogy of Acton and Reflection. San Francisco: JOSSEY-BASS PUBLISHERS. Xing, Jun and Carol Hok Ka Ma (ed.). 2010. Service-Learning in Asia: Curricular Models and Practices. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

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