During five days of teaching, learning, collaborating, site visits and planning, educators will be prepared to return to their campus with a concrete plan and strategy to implement Service Learning both in their classroom and throughout the school.
Each day will consist of some or all of the following components:
- Essential questions for Service Learning
- Readings and reflections tied to essential questions
- Group and partner discussions
- Curriculum planning, critique and presentation
- Guest speakers from our service partners
- Visits to service sites
Who Should Attend:
Independent school teachers looking to create, implement or perfect service learning projects and curricula.
Independent school service learning administrators, program directors and practicing faculty from across Florida, the southeast and the world.
Administrators (Division heads, Heads of Schools, etc...) are also welcome and will have a slightly modified curriculum.
Enrollment is limited
to the first 15 participants and is on a first come, first serve basis.
St. Petersburg and the surrounding area contain a myriad of cultural and recreational activities for art and nature lovers, as well as an outstanding culinary scene. Participants will be encouraged to enjoy all that St. Pete and Tampa Bay have to offer. Learn more about the area here.