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Service Learning through Drafting and Design Technology

…for over 20 years!

“Service Learning is an educational experience and a teaching method that focuses on learning through community projects.  Projects enable students to apply academic knowledge and critical thinking skills to benefit the community while students gain a deeper understanding of course content and the importance of civic engagement.”

from the University PowerPoint at: http://www.msubillings.edu/community/SLTools/ProvostCouncilPresentation.ppt

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Who and When - 4th Semester Students (Capstone)

Is it clear to the students what they will be doing and what is expected?

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Managing Student Teams

Why work in groups (teams) and what makes a project successful?

  • Interdependence among team members – (school to work)
  • Accountability of individuals to team and instructor
  • Frequent face-to-face interaction to promote team goals
  • Development of social skills needed for collaboration
  • Critical analysis of group processes

From: Using student teams in the classroom – Ruth Federman Stein and Sandra Hurd - 2000

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Defining the teams: The method

Four Stages of a Team:

Forming – Anxiety is high, goals are uncertain

Storming – Conflict can develop, how they are handled is an important part of the process

‘Norming’ – Roles are being shaped and defined, adjustments are being made, the group is being defined

Performing - When things are going as they should and project progress is being made as a cohesive unit

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Paperwork and Assessment – Expectations, Feedback and Forms

  • A documented form of external assessment
  • Establishing a baseline for review and improvement
  • Contributory material for tenure and promotion portfolios
  • Travel and Liability Forms

Are you familiar with travel and liability forms?

Are you familiar with University student policies?

How will the project be financed?

http://www.msubillings.edu/community/Service Learning Resource Website

buildings documented 2011
Buildings Documented 2011
  • Belgrade Clinic
  • Boxers Lounge
  • Belgrade News
  • Barber Shop
  • Kamp Implement
  • HD Fowler
  • Green Thumb
  • Dairy Queen
  • Valley Of Flowers Catholic Church
  • Burger King
  • Vacant Warehouses
  • Montana Linen
  • Montana Hardscapes
  • Career Transitions
  • HCL Trucking
  • Custom Cast Stone
  • Black Timber Furniture
  • Amaltheia Dairy
  • Centermark Industries
  • Art Casting Of Mt.
  • Madison River Brewing Company
  • Yellow Trucking
  • Belgrade Mercantile
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Site Plans Extracted From Google Earth

Kamp Implement-Burger King

Green Thumb-Dairy Queen

BelgradeClinic-BoxersLounge-

BelgradeNews-BarberShop

Valley Of Flower Catholic Church

I-Park HD Fowler

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Summary

22 Businesses this phase (Vl – Spring of 2011)

135 Buildings Total (all phases)

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The resulting documents will be used in an application to have the historic farm listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Documented student time can be used as a grant resource for matching funds.

Communities have many non-profit entities that can use our help.

For this year –

Yellowstone National Park – Emergency Response Plans in conjunction with Historical Architectural Documentation

Pompey’s Pillar – Develop a civil site plan from 3D scans of the Pillar and outlying area

Belgrade – Phase VII?

Comprehensive Main Campus Site Plan as a collaboration with Facilities Services