Change the World with Service Learning guides educators from all content areas and grade levels to create meaningful Service Learning projects with their students by providing a no-fluff, step-by-step, teacher-to-teacher description of how to create, plan, teach, and celebrate Service Learning which meets and exceeds local, district, and national curricular expectations.
Katy Farber is a fifth and sixth grade teacher from Vermont. Her first book, Why Great Teachers Quit and How We Might Stop the Exodus, was published by Corwin Press in July 2010, and she writes a popular parenting blog about green living called Non-Toxic Kids (www.non-toxickids.net).
Chapter 1 Chapter One: What is Service Learning? Chapter 2 Chapter Two: Why do Service Learning with Your Students? Chapter 3 Chapter Three: Gathering Ideas Chapter 4 Chapter Four: Planning Considerations, Step by Step Chapter 5 Chapter Five: Partnering with the Community Chapter 6 Chapter Six: Working in Teams Chapter 7 Chapter Seven: Authentic Assessment Chapter 8 Chapter Eight: Powerful Reflection Chapter 9 Chapter Nine: Securing Funding Chapter 10 Chapter Ten: Voices from the Field: Inspiration, Advice and Guidance from Teachers Currently Leading Service Learning Projects