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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brncTM9qeyg
  • (Pat Pyrane IT projects)
  • Collaborate with the university administration to find way to integrate social projects of NGOs as projects of main courses in students curriculum (Pat Pyrane IT projects). Since our local NGOs have specific IT and software development needs and the university courses require also projects we can learn from this experience and do a similar program customized to our respective universitieshttp://www.thehindu.com/life-and-style/youth/article3387569.eceWhen they were in the second year college, they thought of building a small dragon fly with inbuilt spying mechanisms, by the time they moved to final year of their mechanical engineering degree Four students G. YashwantShaury, NarayanLal, Y. Vishwateja and G. Madhusudhan of VidyaJyothiFunction on uneven surfaces, climb up the stairs. “In countries abroad there are separate ramps for the physically disabled to manoeuvre their wheel chair but there is no such facility in our country.”Vishwatejastated“We started thinking how our project can make a difference in society.”We can collaborate with the university to create a common ground between NGOs projects requirements and Students courses projects: for example, Arc en Ciel
  • We have the will as Balamand Students, and our professors are providing us with the way 
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    1. 1. Tawasol Student Exchange 2012 Intercultural Student Service Learning Exchange Programme in Galway Carl Bradshaw, Ingvild Willwerth, Jacqui Stewart, Katie Fallon, Lougayne Fattal, Amira El Halabi, Samer Sfeir, Izabela Yankova, Farah Najem, Reem El-Dana, Abd Alrahman Aladlan
    2. 2. Introduction  Service Learning and Civic Engagement:  Service learning and civic engagement - the aim of this exchange  Service learning and volunteering  Community placement  Intercultural Interaction and Communication:  All coming together from different places  Workshops  Why is it important?  Personal and Academic Experience and Development:  Hands-on-learning  Three basic lessons - key concepts  Growth  Future:  General  Mommy Made  Al al-Bayt University  MDF Project
    3. 3. Service Learning and Civic Engagement The aim of this exchange visit was to give students from all participating universities the opportunity to: 1. Apply knowledge in the community; 2. Develop employability; 3. Reflect on understanding of service learning; 4. Experience community engagement; 5. Focus on the solving of „real‟ problems; 6. Work in teams and develop leadership skills; 7.The promotion of cross-cultural learning and understanding; 8. Enhance communication skills. http://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=mdtS66OU96E&feature=plc
    4. 4. Service Learning and Civic Engagement
    5. 5. Service Learning and Civic Engagement Service learning is part of academic experience, linked to our academic discipline, then the community becomes a teaching tool program, it‟s about turning difficulties into opportunities, disadvantages into advantages  You learn about self-growth, and when you learn that you can learn new methods and techniques, if we continue to grow service learning and civic engagement in our regions but first we must work in growing ourselves, making Jordan a better place to live in.  We must have high expectations in order to achieve our goals, it‟s about being a part of this community not an object, and you have to learn how to surf. When you learn about service learning and civic engagement we contribute to develop the community, it doesn‟t matter whether you‟re young or old, male or female, able bodies or disabled, there is something you can do!  I learned from Galway workshop the ability to structure my time, working and networking with others in creating a sense of accomplishment. Being a valued member of the community and after that we can make a new place. Its about being a part not an object
    6. 6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qN2BrqsHik &feature=plcp
    7. 7. Service Learning and Volunteering  The term “service learning” has been used to characterize a wide array of experiential education endeavors, from volunteer and community service projects to field studies and internship programs.
    8. 8. Service Learning and Volunteering  Service-Learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities.  Through service-learning, young people—from kindergarteners to college students—use what they learn in the classroom to solve real-life problems.They not only learn the practical applications of their studies, they become actively contributing citizens and community members through the service they perform.
    9. 9. Differences Between Service Learning and Volunteering Service Learning is: Volunteering is:  Funded  Formal  Directed by professor/tutor  Required  About problem solving  Academic  Free  Informal  More personally directed  Optional  Providing a service  Personal
    10. 10. Community Placements
    11. 11. Galway Traveller Movement
    12. 12. What Have I Learned?
    13. 13. What Have I Learned?  Learning through Experience  The Power of Knowledge  The Rewards of Hard Work
    14. 14. Civic Engagement in Universities  Meaningful Student Experience  Holistic Education  University Engaged with its Surroundings
    15. 15. Intercultural interaction and communication Photos: Maria Sand et.
    16. 16. Intercultural interaction and communication - Workshops
    17. 17. Intercultural interaction and communication  Why is it important?  Eliminating stereotypes and discrimination between people.  Strengthening the principles of respect, tolerance and equality.  Changing our whole perspective of life.
    18. 18. Intercultural interaction and communication  Knowledge and awareness = acceptance and understanding  Celebrate difference – makes the world interesting  Must have tolerance, respect and acceptance of these differences  Towards a peaceful future in a world of celebrated multicultural diversity
    19. 19. Personal and Academic Experience and Development  Human ecology (study of human beings in their natural environment).  Use of official statistics:  To address the health inequalities  Suicide rate in male travellers 6.6 higher than general population The All Ireland Traveller Health Study (2010)
    20. 20. Personal and Academic Experience and Development  Practical activities  Research Method  Insight to problems/issues faced  Use of literacy skills
    21. 21. Personal and Academic Experience and Development  Three basic lessons:  Combine what needs to be done in the community with your own goals  Applicate solutions from academic teachings combined with voices from the people  Recognize the western hegemony over the ideological discourse
    22. 22. Personal and Academic Experience and Development  Key concepts to achieve this (Personal perspective) ◦ Understand similarities ◦ Personal relationships ◦ Patience/Understanding limits
    23. 23.  Security – structural violence  Questioning norms  Conflicting rights Personal and Academic Experience and Development
    24. 24. Personal and Academic Experience and Development Personal Goals: Academic Goals:  Increase tolerance  Constructive mechanism  Increased diversity  International civic engagement
    25. 25. Future from Student Perspective
    26. 26. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brncTM9qeyg
    27. 27. Fundraising Events Online donation system (CS) Grants Nutrition Healthy meals Quantities Food safety Graphic design Menu Brochures Posters Packaging Website Finance Pricing Salaries Bundles Computer science & eng + Marketing Website Social media Pilot CS & SL for Mommy Made
    28. 28. Within CCECS in AUB Service Learning Programme CS & SL program Students projects in courses NGOs needed projects
    29. 29. Abd Alrahman Aladlan Al al-Bayt University
    30. 30. Special Thanks to:  TEMPUS..  Tawasol Project..  Al al-Bayt University..  The Hashemite University..  Everyone helped me to be here..
    31. 31. The next step in AABU.. Service Learning can be applied in our university in two forms Officially Unofficially
    32. 32. Officially (More compulsory Courses) Currently we have one course for the service learning (Graduation Project) Soon there must be compulsory courses for all students There will also be final projects for such courses to serve the NGOs and other community parties
    33. 33. Unofficially: (The IVP) IVP: Infinite Volunteering Program
    34. 34. IVP (Cont.) The idea of the IVP is a Lab/Room in which workshops and training will be conducted for the students to maintain the sustainability of the volunteering process.
    35. 35. IVP (cont.)  The roles and duties for the participants are: 1. Each participant must teach another person/group what he has learnt 2. Participant must serve the NGOs
    36. 36. IVP in depth.. IVP Formal Informal Virtual There are three forms:
    37. 37. Formal: Sessions and lectures..
    38. 38. Informal: One-to-one training
    39. 39. Virtual: Over the internet and Social Networks
    40. 40.  Balamand students will be taking the initiative to create new community based projects departing from the knowledge acquired in their class rooms,  Motivated by Service Learning courses that we were enrolled in,  Depending on the help of our professors. Future of Service Learning at UOB
    41. 41. The Mediterranean Development Forum Example
    42. 42. The Mediterranean Development Forum  This forum was proposed by 2 colleagues at university  A group of 30 students from different majors was formed to organize and work on the development of the Forum  The major aim of this Forum is enhancing development in our region through identifying problems that we are facing and shed a light on the opportunities that we can benefit from in our region.  Interaction between students from different countries and cultures is another aim that we are willing to achieve throughout our Forum.
    43. 43. The Mediterranean Development Forum  As a whole team, we believe that our forum will have a positive effect on our country as a whole, on our university in particular and on us as individuals.  As a part of the scientific committee, I had the chance to suggest allocating sessions and projects related to Service Learning, Volunteering and Community Service.  These sessions can be similar to what we did in Galway but on a smaller scale.
    44. 44.  Will this project create opportunities to integrate & relate theory to practice?  Will this project enhance partnerships between the university and the wider community?  Will this project increase the civic, academic, personal & professional capacity of students through experiential learning?
    45. 45. “As long as there‟s a will, there‟s way”
    46. 46. благодаря

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