Continue your preparation and planning for student-led service by linking to the books and media resources that were available at the Winter Workshop. Categories include: Immigration, Environment, Literacy and Early Childhood Ed, and Poverty. You’ll also find a list of the organizations who attended the meeting along with suggested links between their work and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Coming soon … video footage of the meeting!
This speaker series, held this month in Venice on June 20th from 7-9pm, directly correlates to our spring panel on poverty. Coordinated by a few of our panelists, we highly recommend attending this special event to witness the power of story and first-hand experiences as a form of service learning investigation!
Following our winter workshop (where we established the essential need to address poverty), educators gathered for a deep investigation into this pressing issue. ECSL invited community organization representatives working on poverty-related initiatives to a panel discussion. We’re pleased to share the video footage from this event, and we invite you to bring it back to your classrooms. This resource will help students see the power of using interviewing as a form of investigation in order to become more deeply informed about an issue- thus being better able to engage in authentic social action towards this cause.
Cathy Berger Kaye led the ECSL Winter 2018 meeting, where she unpacked the issue of poverty and how teachers can use the related UN Sustainable Goal to help address the issue locally with students. Take a look inside the meeting to learn how!