Do you want to use the IPARD framework, but are having trouble applying it to your service experience? Use this worksheet to follow along!
Since 2020, virtual service experiences have become increasingly popular. This handbook teaches educators how to move service-learning to a virtual space, while still engaging with students' interests.
By learning about the standards of Service-Learning, its framework, and how to apply Service-Learning to your current activities and programs, you can learn how to use Service-Learning as a tool to engage young people in Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)!
Global Youth Service Day is the largest youth service and civic action event in the world and the only one that celebrates and builds the capacity of all youth ages 5-25 to help our communities and democracies thrive by working together for the common good. Join this session to learn more about this day of action and the educators and young leaders who are making a difference in communities around the world.
Learn how service-learning can help you meet content goals as well as address social emotional learning using a four stage framework, investigation cycle and research based standards of quality service-learning practice that ensure young people will grow as leaders and as active citizens. Be ready to take a step to weaving service-learning into your unit plans!