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"I learned so much....I feel like I can really get started and run with my own plan. Thank you all very much !!”
Tad Benedict, 4th Grade Lead
The Westminster School
Atlanta, Georgia

"Key tools for making recommendations to my administration in terms of important action steps, and in terms of documenting and evaluation of our progress in integrating Service-Learning.”
Jill Stewart, Administrator
Upper Canada College Prep

“Whatever professional development we are involved in, Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum will be one of the recommended center pieces.”
Kurt Parks
Service-Learning Arizona
Arizona Department of Education


“This publication conveys so clearly the voices of teachers talking to other teachers; that’s a real pleasure. It not only offers the products of shared work and reflection among teachers, it models it. The Workbook’s message in the medium is: You can do this too.”

Martha Rich, Head of School
Thetford Academy, Vermont

"Fabulous too ls and tips!”
Anick Leclerc, Teacher
Gault Institute
Quebec Province, Canada

“An invaluable resource and support in helping me to connect service-learning to curricular goals."
Diane Lordi, Special Education
Evans Elementary School
New York

The organizational support of the Instructional and Site Level Best Guides will make my planning easier and more productive.”
Julie Metzler, Director
Community Arts Program
Kansas City Art Institute

"On a practical level, Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum is an outstanding resource. I have already used the book to develop a strategic plan for the upcoming year and plan on using it in future technical assistance efforts and service-learning workshops. The guides provide excellent tools for strategic planning purposes....”
Mike Llado
Community Service Director
Florida State University


Connecting Service Learning to the Curriculum:
A Workbook for Teachers and Administrators

PRICE:$29.95 USD • 8" x 10", 134 pages

workbookIncludes a NEW section on Education for Sustainability, along with an expanded series of exemplars.

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Using this Book
Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum is ideal for school and program trainingevents, and as an educator's curriculum planning guide and evaluation tool. It is also an excellent teaching and planning tool for use with older students.

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Inspire Deeper Engagement and Learning
Whether you in the start-up phase, working to enhance an existing service-learning program, or working to move beyond community service, CWI's Workbook and model for service-learning will support your efforts, at both the instructional and site level. CWI's resources and publications have been a favorite of K-16 and community educators for nearly two decades.

Connecting Service-Learning in the Curriculum has provided me with a grounding
context and impetus for the daily work we do and enjoy! I found this publication to be
a tremendously useful book for both pre-service and in-service teachers, as well as
teacher educators.”

Belinda G. Gimbert, Ph.D.,, Department of Curriculum & Instruction
The Pennsylvania State University

service learningService-Learning as a Teaching Strategy: Best Practices for Service-Learning: Service-Learning and Education for Sustainability: Best Practices for Education for Sustainability: Curriculum Exemplars and Assessment Strategies: Site Level Planning & Evaluation Guide: Instructional Planning & Evaluation Guide: Completed Examples of Both Guides: A Form for Collecting & Sharing Activities

A Comprehensive Resource Created
by Teachers for Teachers

Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum
supports K-16 educators and community based programs seeking to integrate service-learning and education for sustainability. Whether you are simply curious about service-learning and education for sustainability, at an intermediate stage, or an experienced practitioner, you will find useful discussion accompanied by invaluable planning tools, examples, and resources. The Workbook is an excellent tool for creating a faculty development and training process that supports school or program wide integration of service-learning. CWI will work with you on an individual basis to support the specific needs of your school or organization.

"I need Connecting Service-Learning to the Curriculum to support curriculum
integration within our school."

Donna Sharman, Service-Learning Coordinator
Attleborough High School, Massachussetts


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