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The Different Hats of Service Learning Presented by Ohio Campus Compact VISTA Leaders Erica Figley, Heidelberg College Ashley Krogel, The University of Dayton Annie O’Neill, Wilmington College Overview Group Activity Intro to Service-Learning The Hat of the Professor

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the different hats of service learning

The Different Hats of Service Learning

Presented by Ohio Campus Compact VISTA Leaders

Erica Figley, Heidelberg College

Ashley Krogel, The University of Dayton

Annie O’Neill, Wilmington College

overview
Overview
  • Group Activity
  • Intro to Service-Learning
  • The Hat of the Professor
  • The Hat of the Student
  • The Hat of the Agency
  • Questions and Discussion
moon ball activity
Moon Ball Activity
  • Goal: To keep the ball off the ground and in the circle
  • Form a large circle
  • One rule – you cannot hit the ball twice in a row
  • Set a goal – how many times can we hit the ball without it touching the ground
why moon ball
Why Moon Ball?
  • All information was provided before starting the game.
  • The group had the tools necessary to complete the activity.
  • The group worked to both create and complete the goals.
  • Reflection time was allowed to help assess the progress as well as the end result.

Positive Experience, which included the following:

service learning
Service-Learning
  • Service-Learning is defined as a “course-based credit-bearing educational experience in which students (a) participate in an organized service activity that meets identified community needs and (b) reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of the discipline, and an enhanced sense of civic responsibility.”

Robert Bringle and Julie Hatcher, “Reflection in Service Learning: Making Meaning of Experience.” Introduction to Service-Learning Toolkit: Readings and Resources for Faculty. Ed. Campus Compact. Brown University, 2000. 113-119.

the hat of a professor
The Hat of a Professor

Communicator

Planner

Facilitator

Instructor

what leads to success
What leads to success?
  • Detailed communication with students
  • Giving students set guidelines from the beginning
  • Giving students structured options
  • Student learning occurs with both faculty and agency
  • Checking in with the agency periodically
  • Integrating students into planning process
  • Integrating both a self and group reflection
  • Clear connection between course material and service experience
recommendations
Recommendations
  • Plan ahead
  • Contact your Center for Service-Learning for assistance
  • Utilize campus community for facilitation or planning of projects
  • Denote Service-Learning in syllabus
  • Have a standing meeting with community partner
  • Evaluate
the hat of a student
The Hat of a Student

Learner

Intern

Volunteer

what leads to success11
What leads to success?
  • Student input
  • Direct service
  • Reflection Opportunities
  • Open communication with site and professor
  • Feedback from site and professor
  • Clear criteria for grades
recommendations12
Recommendations
  • Have an open mind
  • Plan ahead
  • Get it in writing!
  • Ask Questions
  • Be flexible
the hat of the agency
The Hat of the Agency

Partner

Teacher

Community Leader

what leads to success14
What leads to success?
  • AC is the place to be…
  • Open communication with professor and student volunteers
  • Proper orientation for student volunteers
  • Preparing agency staff for volunteer assistance
  • Engaging student volunteers with reflective questions accompanied by a meaningful service experience
recommendations15
Recommendations
  • Create a partnership
  • Be flexible
  • Be prepared
  • Have a key contact person
  • Ask questions
  • Evaluate
slide16

QUESTIONS

COMMENTS

CONCERNS

contact us
Contact Us:

Erica Figley

Heidelberg College

310 East Market Street

Tiffin, Ohio 44883

419-448-2022

efigley@heidelberg.edu

Ashley Krogel

The University of Dayton

2222 James H. McGee Blvd.

Dayton, OH 45427

937-278-2601

Ashley.krogel@metroparks.org

Annie O’Neill

Wilmington College

1870 Quaker Way, Pyle Center Box 1323

Wilmington, Ohio 45177

937-382-6661, ext. 306

annie_oneill@wilmington.edu