The P-16 Initiative in the Service Learning Academy has designed an interactive training that provides an opportunity for faculty to learn how to use service learning as an engaged method of instruction, to connect faculty to K-12 instructors and community non-profit partners, and to explore mission-focused teaching techniques in a living laboratory while meeting community-identified needs.
Participants leave with:
- Expertise in quality service learning instruction
- Community partners from both K-12 schools and nonprofit organizations
- Support for project implementation
New UNO participants receive a $400 professional development stipend for conference registration, travel, membership fees, etc.
Questions? Contact LaTrina Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.554.3713.
Faculty members new to service learning, as well as those teaching using service learning instruction, are encouraged to participate
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