What is Ipard service-learning?

IPARD is a 5 step circular process that guides your service-learning project – Investigation, Plan, (take) Action, Reflect, Demonstrate (or Celebrate).

What is experiential service-learning?

What is Experiential Learning? “Experiential learning occurs when carefully chosen experiences are supported by reflection, critical analysis and synthesis” ~American Experiential Education. Service-learning is a form of experiential learning in that students engage in cycle of service and reflection.

What are the 5 elements of service-learning?

Elements of High Quality Service-Learning

  • Integrated Learning. The service learning component has clearly articulated knowledge, skill, or value goals that arise from the broader classroom and school goals.
  • Quality Service.
  • Collaboration.
  • Student Voice.
  • Civic Responsibility.
  • Reflection.
  • Evaluation.
  • Celebration.

What is service-learning model?

“Service-learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities.” Learn & Serve America.

What are examples of service-learning?

Types of Service-Learning

  • Tutoring other students and adults.
  • Conducting art/music/dance lessons for youth.
  • Giving presentations on violence and drug prevention.
  • Helping in a homeless shelter.
  • Creating life reviews for Hospice patients.

What are the three types of service-learning?

There are three types of community service and service-learning: direct, in-direct and advocacy.

What is an example of experiential learning?

Examples of experiential learning activities include field trips for conservation, outdoor ed, or exploring employment, group work in and out of the classroom, open ended discussion activities and active and open ended questioning guidance.

What are types of experiential learning?

Types of experiential learning

  • Applied research project.
  • Campus entrepreneurship/incubators.
  • Case studies.
  • Co-op.
  • Field experience.
  • Industry/community research projects.
  • Interactive simulations.
  • Internships.

What are the qualities of service learning?

6 qualities of service-learning

  • Integrative.
  • Reflective.
  • Contextualized.
  • Strength-Based.
  • Reciprocal.
  • Lifelong.

What are the three main components of service learning?

Service learning consists of three equally important elements:

  • Action (practical, community service-oriented, accountable to oneself and others)
  • Learning (professional, methodological, individual and social)
  • Reflection (professional, methodological, personal and social)

What is an example of service-learning?

Conduct healthy eating and exercise clinics for students in a local elementary school. Develop a sports league for students in low-income elementary schools. Conduct sports clinics in a variety of sports.

What is service-learning in your own words?

Service Learning is an educational approach where a student learns theories in the classroom and at the same time volunteers with an agency (usually a non-profit or social service group) and engages in reflection activities to deepen their understanding of what is being taught.