Presentation on theme: "Service Learning at MSUB. What is Service Learning at MSUB? “Service Learning is an educational experience and a teaching method that focuses on learning."— Presentation transcript:
What is Service Learning at MSUB? “Service Learning is an educational experience and a teaching method that focuses on learning through community projects. Projects enable students to apply academic knowledge and critical thinking skills to benefit the community while students gain a deeper understanding of course content and the importance of civic engagement.”
Criteria Projects must be strongly connected to course objectives. Project is required of all students and is clearly outlined in the syllabus. Project benefits the community. Project is academically rigorous. Formal reflection is deliberate. Formal Assessment – grade is based on learning, not just hours of service. A goal is to promote civic engagement
Select Inventory of MSUB 2009-2010 NURS 294 – Managing Client Care with Family Tree Center MGMT 488 – Business Strategies with several partners MGMT 491 – MUSB Pow Wow ACTG 435 – Volunteer Income Tax Assistance COMT 481/581 – Media for social Change with Big Sky Senior Services Social Marketing Campaign PSYC 395/495 – Field Experiences (many partners) HHP 335 – Methods of health Promotion with MSUB Autumn Health Tune-up ART 434 – Art and the Environment (TBA) DSGN 229 and DSGN 230 – Capstone Project with Montana Heritage Commission
How Do We Expand it? Options: Prerequisite: – The Right People with the Right Stuff – Clear mandate – Definitive timeline – Encourage faculty buy-in – Administration support 1. Do what we have been doing – Mom & pop operation 2. Focused Retreat – Many minds, short time 3. Task-Force – Fewer minds, longer time
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