IDSL Project

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IDSL Project

  1. 1. INTEGRATIVE DATA DRIVEN SERVICE LEARNING PROJECTYour integrative data driven service-learning project is designed to havestudents: • Select a topic impacting contemporary school counselors • Develop an initiative (the service learning component) to address the topic • Evaluate the success of your efforts using the MEASURE accountability tool. • Contribute to the professional development of colleagues by presenting the work they completedYou must submit 4 components for this project: 1. A 2-3 page description of the service-learning initiative you implemented a. This should begin with a brief description of why the topic you chose was important. This explanation should be based in the professional literature. Please remember that your explanation should be brief (it is not expected to be a lengthy literature review) b. After your explanation of why your topic is important professionally, please briefly explain why it is important at your school (if you don’t work at the school, please just share the information that was shared with you when you were making your decision about what to focus on for the project). c. Then, share what you did—explain your service-learning initiative. d. Finally, share what meaningful contribution you intended for the service-learning initiative to make and if and/or how it might continue to be used or have an impact at your site. 2. Full MEASURE a. Your Full MEASURE should follow the guidelines shared in the Stone & Dahir text. Examples have been posted and I’ll be happy to answer other questions you might have about the MEASURE. b. This Full MEASURE should demonstrate the impact of the initiative you implemented—it meets the accountability/data driven component of your project. c. This is your chance to really show how what you did mattered! d. Remember: your report card and the results of your MEASURE will be distributed to a wide range of stakeholders and you want
  2. 2. to inform them of your work in a manner they are able to understand which means that brevity and clarity are essential— this is why tables and charts are so helpful. 3. Report Card a. This is just a snapshot of your Full MEASURE. b. Use Stone and Dahir’s description of how to develop your report card. Please do not try to include all of your “Stakeholders UNITE” section on the report card (it will be too much!). Just present a brief description of the stakeholder strategies you felt were most important. 4. Any artifacts you created that will be left behind for the school counselor’s continued useHere is the rubric that will be used to grade your project: PROJECT COMPONENTS Pts PossibleService Learning Described why topic was chosen, with description 10 ptsInitiative based in the professional literature Shared intended meaningful impact and how it 10 pts will/might continue to have an impact at your site Fully described service learning initiative (what 10 pts was done) Shared artifacts that were created and left for the 10 pts school counselor’s continued use Followed APA format, including 12 pt font and 5 pts double-spacingFull MEASURE Includes all components included in template 30 pts (Stone & Dahir’s format) Demonstrates impact of initiative 10 pts Information was presented in a manner that was 5 pts clear and easily understood by a wide range of stakeholdersMEASURE Report Information quickly and effectively demonstrated 5 ptsCard the impact of your project as reflected by your Full MEASURE Information was presented in a manner that was 5 pts clear and easily understood by a wide range of stakeholders

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