Author Archive: DiscoverECSL

ECSL’s April Virtual Gathering

Register in advance:

http://bit.ly/ECSL-April

ECSL’s February Virtual Gathering

Register in advance for the meeting by January 29th here.

Stronger Together! Building and Sustaining a Collaborative Regional Service Learning Network

Thanks to all who joined us at the National Service Learning Conference for our workshop “Stronger Together! Building and Sustaining a Collaborative Regional Service Learning Network.” We are honored to have been a part of the 28th Annual Service Learning Conference, Dare to Dream #SLC17, at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim March 22-25th, 2017.

Below are some resources to help you start a service learning network in your region!

Prezi from National Service Learning Workshop – your ideas are recorded here

ECSL Member Questions 2016 – what are our members asking?

Feel free to reach out with any questions or follow-up! ECSLabc@gmail.com

Service Learning Inventory

Show & Grow Project Summaries

Check out all the great service learning projects presented at the ECSL Show & Grow at Carl Thorp School on April 24, 2013! Click on the project summaries to find out how these teachers used the Five Stages of Service Learning to engage students in service projects at their schools!

 

Camp Darfur

Paige Leven, Roybal Learning Center HS (view project summary)

Creating Intergenerational Connections through Service Learning

Lauren McCabe, Westridge School for Girls (view project summary)

Trash… All the Way to the Ocean

Marissa Nadjarian, The John Thomas Dye School (view project summary)

Water Quality and Conservation PSAs

Robin Gose, Turning Point School (view project summary)

Water Quality PSA Assignment

Family Portraits at Westside Children’s Center

Jennie Willens, Windward School (view project summary)

ECSL Meeting April 24, 2013: Show & Grow

ECSLAgenda4.24.13

Youth Summit: Plastic Ocean Pollution Solutions

From Anna Cummins, Co-founder, The 5 Gyres Institute | 5gyres.org |Cell: (310) 998-8616 | Twitter: @5gyres

We are getting closer to the PLASTIC OCEAN POLLUTION SOLUTIONS YOUTH SUMMIT and want to encourage you and your students to attend!

This is the perfect opportunity for students (and you) who are already involved in the fight against plastic pollution to take it to the next step!

The summit will be educational, inspirational and most importantly FUN!  It will be a great opportunity to learn more about the issue, get inspired by other youth solutions, network and come up with some great ideas!

SUMMIT OVERVIEW

WHEN:           October 27, 2012, All Day

WHO:             YOU!

WHERE:         Google Offices, Venice CA 90291

STUDENTS: The summit is FREE!! Please encourage your students to APPLY on our website BY SEPTEMBER 21st.

EDUCATORS: You are encouraged to attend!  If interested, send a request to youthsummit@algalita.org letting us know how you are active and what attending the training will help you do!

Visit the website to learn more and to APPLY.

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

And SHARE THIS WITH YOUR STUDENTS AND FRIENDS! 

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Community Service Fairs Fall 2012

Here are some of the local community service learning fairs happening in the fall. If you would like to attend, please RSVP with the contact person directly. Hosting your own fair? Leave the info in the comments!

Archer School for Girls

Friday, September 14 from 11:35am-12:40pm

Contact: Judey Petix

Milken Community High School

Friday, September 14 from 11:00am-12:15pm

Contact: Wendy Ordower

Campbell Hall

Monday, October 8 from 11:30am-12:30pm

Contact: David Watts

Westridge School

Wednesday, October 10 from 9:30am-10:05am

Contact: Lauren McCabe

Handouts for 9/11 ECSL Meeting

5 Stages of SL

CrossCurr9Box

Personal Inventory-Students

Personal Inventory-Teachers

Think.ChooseCause

Carlthorp Group Service Collaboration

The Carlthorp faculty and staff would like to do a group community service project together probably one Saturday morning. I just wondered if other schools have done something like this – we are looking for ideas… particularly something that might have a service learning component. Would greatly appreciate your suggestions. Please comment here or email.
Nikki Edwards

Community Outreach

Carlthorp School