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1 Karyn Z. Sproles, Director of Faculty Development USI Service Learning Summer Institute 16 June 2008

2  Communicating goals and process  The Promising syllabus  Preparing students for independent learning  Connecting classroom and “real” world  Checking in on students’ learning  In-class assessment techniques

3 Thomas A. Angelo & K. Patricia Cross. Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Handbook for Teachers, second ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Complete the inventory for the course you are working on this week

4  Complete the self-scoring sheet  What are your our primary goals for this course? (list on back of self-scoring sheet)

5 Discuss with your table: 1. What do you hope your students will be able to do and to know at the end of this course? 2. How are these outcomes connected to service learning?

6  Ken Bain, Director, The Center for Teaching Excellence & Advancing University Learning, Montclair State University (Mercer, New York) abushr/default.htm abushr/default.htm  James M. Lang. The Chronicle of Higher Education: Chronicle Careers. Monday, August 28, c/printable.html c/printable.html

7  Explain to students what they can expect to know or be able to do by the end of the semester—This is the course’s promise  Describe the activities (readings, assingments, service learning projects) that will help students fulfill the course’s promise  Begin discussing how student learning will be demonstrated & evaluated throughout the course

8 Describe one of your favorite classroom activities or assignments

9 With a partner, discuss the activity or assignment you described and how it connects—or might connect—to a service learning course

10  1 minute papers  What’s the muddiest point?  Summarize X (a concept, lecture, reading) in one sentence for a specific audience (classmate, community partner, high school student)  Draw a picture of X (concept, lecture, reading)  One thing you learned today/One thing you feel you need to know more about  Make a connection: e.g., between X (concept, lecture, reading) and your service learning project


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