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Virtual Service-Learning Recording

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As schools manage all of the difficulties of moving online, where do community service and service-learning fit in? This workshop is designed to help service coordinators and educators consider the continued importance of service during this time and suggestions on ways in which you can build it into your school’s online or hybrid learning experience. We will explore the transition to a virtual learning environment and the impacts of online on service-learning and community service. Attendees will leave with concrete examples of virtual service-learning.

Presenters

Hadley Zeavin is the Director of Service Learning and Experiential Education at La Jolla Country Day School in La Jolla, CA. Hadley works in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools and is also the co-advisor for the Torrey Equestrian Team and co-advisor for the school’s Spectrum Club (GSA). Hadley’s work focuses on building empathy and relationships and using those skills to contribute to communities. With her colleague, Michelle Hirschy, Hadley has co-developed a course taught to school leadership as well as the ninth-graders at La Jolla Country Day School entitled Dignity which works to increase inclusive language and support diversity, equity, and inclusion through an experiential and neuroscientific approach. It is her belief that through empathy and inclusivity, we can build stronger, more resilient schools and communities.

Kate Parker-Burgard is the director of the Center for Leadership at St. Luke’s School, a secular private school for grades 5-12 in New Canaan, CT, where she has also served as dean of students, director of character education, and director of community affairs. The Center for Leadership promotes the understanding of leadership as a behavior, not a position, and so is taught as competencies that everyone can develop. In addition to teaching leadership, Kate focuses on community service in her work.

 

This event took place on August 11th, 2020. Small group breakouts were not recorded. This recording will be available to stream until September 7th, 2020.


 

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