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Service Learning w/generationOn Indiana

Join us for this FREE half-day session, which illustrates the difference between service projects and service learning in k-12 grades and how to incorporate service-learning and philanthropy education into your curriculum. Presented by Beth Smith, generationOn Indiana Consultant, and Lisa Crick, generationOn Indiana NE Field Rep and school counselor at West Noble Elementary.

generationOn Indiana is a grant funded program  facilitated by the IASP (Indiana
Association of School Principals) and the IMLEA (Indiana Middle Level Education
Association) to support and assist educators and youth development professionals in Indiana with the FREE service and service-learning resources on the website and the FREE philanthropy education and service-learning lessons and resources on the website.

The generationOn website provides programs, tools and resources to engage kids and teens in service and volunteering.  The service-learning process takes students through the stages of Investigation, Preparation, Action, Reflection, Demonstration and Evaluation.  Learn about the IPARDE Process, a research-based teaching and learning strategy that engages youth in service to meet learning objectives and address real-world issues.

Check out the generationOn website, and the Learning to Give website, Imagine a world where all youth are knowledgeable and equipped for lifelong engagement in philanthropy as givers of time, talent, and treasure for the common good. The Learning to Give website has no cost Philanthropy Education/Service-Learning Lessons and Resources that Teach Giving and Civic Engagement through Academics. LTG equips K-12 teachers with lessons and resources to educate students as philanthropists with knowledge, skills, and action to make a better world.


Target Audience
k-12 teachers, counselors, adminsitrators
No Sessions available for registration.

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