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CSI: Collaborative Standards Investigation. Facilitated by: Joan Liptrot. Welcome!. Introductions Overview Agenda. “By the Numbers”. Collaborative Standards Investigation Part I. What are you assessing?. Check one: __ Individual Practice __ School/program __ District

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    1. CSI: Collaborative Standards Investigation Facilitated by: Joan Liptrot

    2. Welcome! • Introductions • Overview • Agenda

    3. “By the Numbers”

    4. Collaborative Standards InvestigationPart I.What are you assessing? Check one: __ Individual Practice __ School/program __ District __ Other (__________)

    5. Service Learning Standards • Duration & Intensity • Meaningful Service • Cognitively Challenging Reflection • Curriculum Integration • Youth Voice/Ownership • Diversity • Reciprocal Partnerships • Process Monitoring

    6. Investigating Where you Are So You Can Plan Where You Want to Go! Read each of the indicators under each standard and check the one response that indicates the current status of your service-learning initiative. • Select “Weak” if the area or indicator is not in place or there are conditions that work against it. This is where you encounter “Barriers”. • Select “Needs Work” if the area or element is in place, but needs improvement for effective practice. • Select “Strength” if you think the area or element is in place and operating at a highly effective level. This is where “Assets” contribute to your initiative.

    7. As you finish, please use a marker to record your responses with an X in the appropriate box of the group assessment.

    8. Collaborative Standards Investigation Part II. Identifying strengths and areas for improvement • Based on your responses to Part I. what are the top 3 strengths of your service learning practice? • Based on your responses to Part I. what are the top 3 areas for improvement? • Do your strengths lie within the same standard? If yes, which one? • Do your areas for improvement lie within the same standard? If yes, which one? Please share your responses with others in your program. Where there any major differences?

    9. 3 strengths of your service learning practice • WHO? Who are you? What is the name of your program? Who are the key people that lead your initiative? What is your website? Email? Contact info? • WHAT? What resources do you recommend to others to help them develop strengths in this area? Include websites, articles, books, videos, etc • WHERE? Where did you go to learn more? Are there online resources? Local/state trainings/conferences? On a piece of chart paper identify each indicator or a standard that is a strength. Then list:

    10. Collaborative Standards Investigation Part III.Planning for Improvement • Choose one area/standard for improvement:______________________________________Answer the following questions to improve this area of service learning.Where is your service learning initiative right now? Where do you want to go?How will you know when you get there?How will you get from here to there?

    11. Gallery WalkReflection • Take a few minutes to walk around the room • Notice the strengths of your fellow grantees, are there people here who’s programs have strengths that you would like to develop? • Have people listed resources (articles, websites, books) that are new to you?

    12. Sharing Your Vision

    13. Translate your visual into a plan of action steps

    14. Final Reflections 3 important things I’ve learned are: 2 ideas or insights I would like to share with others are: 1 action I will take immediately is: