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ENTOURAGE. “Leadership appears to be the art of getting others to want to do something you are convinced should be done.” Vance Packard. FAMOUS QUOTES. Share it aloud What is the value of using these quotes? How can you use this with Kids? Staff? Enrichment Classes Arts & Crafts

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Entourage

ENTOURAGE

“Leadership appears to be the art of getting others to want to do something you are convinced should be done.” Vance Packard


Famous quotes

FAMOUS QUOTES

  • Share it aloud

  • What is the value of using these quotes?

  • How can you use this with

    • Kids?

    • Staff?

  • Enrichment Classes

    • Arts & Crafts

    • Leadership


Lights camera action

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION

  • Projects in the past

  • Over 3,500 Participants

  • Focused on

    • AIDS Education and Awareness

    • The Elders

    • The Environment

    • Hunger and Homelessness

    • Literacy

    • Social Change

  • What did you see?


  • Service learning

    SERVICE = LEARNING

    • What comes into your mind?

    • What’s the definition of service learning?

    • Give an example?


    Clubs into action

    CLUBS INTO ACTION

    • Haiti

      • Art Class (mural in the community)

      • Crafts (selling jewelry)

      • Garden ( planting $5 quotes)

    • Come up with different clubs

    • What are some of the community needs?

    • What’s the focus?


    Service learning requires

    SERVICE LEARNING REQUIRES…

    • TIME AND PLANNING

    • ACADEMICS

    • HEART AND MEANING

    • VOICE

    • RESPECT

    • COMMUNITY

    • REFLECTION

    • PROGRESS


    What you want to see

    WHAT YOU WANT TO SEE

    • Investigation, Planning, Action, Reflection, Demonstration

    • Classroom to Hands-On

    • Personally relevant, attainable and visible outcomes

    • Decision making process

    • Interpersonal skills; understand and value diverse backgrounds

    • Relationship Building

    • What?, So What?, Now What?

    • Goals and Outcomes


    Step by step

    STEP BY STEP

    • You investigate

    • Opportunity for Planning and Preparation

    • Understanding the Action

    • Time for Reflection

    • Having a Demonstration/Celebration


    Step one investigation

    STEP ONE : INVESTIGATION

    • Walk/Drive through the community

      • Environment, community agencies that serve people in need, nursing homes, homeless people

  • Media

    • Local newspaper, internet, news

  • Student’s interests

  • Identifying an existing program

  • Reflection

  • Surveys

    • Peers, parents, schools


  • Step two planning

    STEP TWO : PLANNING

    • Providing service to?

    • Goals and Outcomes?

    • Voice and Choice

    • Collaborate

    • Research, Solution, Action Plan

    • Meeting content standards

    • Assign duties and responsibilities

      • Who will do what?

      • By when?

      • What resources are needed?


    Step three action

    STEP THREE : ACTION

    • Involved and engaged

    • Flexibility in schedules

    • Leadership within each group

    • Adult supervision/Safety

    • Success and Failure

    • Intrinsic value over extrinsic value

    • Interview questions/Comm. Skills

    • Invitation

    • Snap Shot/Take One


    Step four reflection

    STEP FOUR : REFLECTION

    • Before, During, and After

    • Sharing thoughts and feelings

      • What?

        • What did you do? What did you see, hear, smell, taste? What happened?

      • So What?

        • What does it mean? What difference did our actions make. What do you think and feel about it now?

      • Now What?

        • What changes will you make? How will you apply this to everyday life.


    Step five demonstration

    STEP FIVE : DEMONSTRATION

    • Closure to project

    • Looking ahead for the future

    • Recognition

    • Creating awareness

      • Presentations, videos, testimonials, pictures, bulletin boards, school website

  • Evaluations/Surveys


  • Planning for service learning

    PLANNING FOR SERVICE LEARNING

    • NOW ITS YOUR TURN TO PUT WORDS INTO ACTION

    • COME UP A SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT WITH YOUR GROUP

    • MAKE IT SIMPLE, SEE THE BIG PICTURE


    Things to remember

    THINGS TO REMEMBER

    • Passionate staff

    • Start small, see the big picture

    • Clear roles and expectations

    • Flexibility in schedule

    • Link between service and standards

    • Give the students a voice; feeling of empowerment


    Resources

    RESOURCES

    • www.servicelearning.org

    • C.B.Kaye, The Complete Guide to Service Learning. www.abcdbooks.org

    • www.nationalservice.org

    • QNA, www.ecs.org/QNA

    • KIDS Consortium, kidconsortium.org

    • NYLC, www.nylc.org


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