Sponsored by the CSE Ohio Region
This workshop will address an easy way to design a “high-quality, curriculum-based service-learning/PBL project.” This planning model, developed and utilized by Partnerships Make a Difference, blends widely endorsed definitions and key elements of Service-Learning and Project-Based Learning. The model applies the “best of both worlds” in providing educators with an authentic instructional framework that effectively integrates rigor, relevance, and relationships.
NOTE: LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED
Kathy Meyer and Ellen Erlanger, Partnerships Make a Difference.
Kathy Meyer and Ellen Erlanger are co-directors of Partnerships Make a Difference.
Kathy, an educator for more than 30 years served as an administrator for the Worthington Schools since 1983 and supervised career education, service-learning, character education, vocational education, guidance science, after-school and summer school programs. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg University and a master’s degree from Wright State University.
Ellen was a teacher and administrator for the Upper Arlington City Schools for 27 years and was involved in service-learning, career development, character education, vocational education, guidance, staff development, and community education. Ellen holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the University of Michigan.
Who Should Attend?
HSTW/MMGW administrators & teachers – all subjects
LIMIT – 25 GUESTS FROM OTHER SITES
Registration is closed for this event.