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Intentional Teaching, Against the Odds

By STUART GRAUER Dr. Stuart Grauer is a teacher, the founding Head of School at The Grauer School, and Founder of The Small Schools Coalition. “When we are born, we cry that we are come To this great stage of … Continue reading

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Mindfulness, Empathy, and Insight

Intentional service-learning cultivates mindfulness, empathy, and social action. Join us for CWI’s K-16 Summer Institute on Service-Learning and Sustainability. —Los Angeles and Burlington, Vermont. learn more: http://bit.ly/1PCRv6u

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Establishing Deeper Partnerships Between College and K-12

By DR. ANNE SEBANC and DR. KATHY BARLOW Our successful 3.5 year service learning project began when one of us, Professor Kathy Barlow, reached out to a local principal to see if her school could benefit from Whittier College students … Continue reading

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JUST ANNOUNCED: Affordable School Team Accommodations for CWI’s Summer WEST

JUST ANNOUNCED: Affordable School Team Accommodations for CWI’s Summer WEST Institute on Service-Learning and Sustainability—Los Angeles, CA learn more or call 909.480.3966 (PST)

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Where Have All The Sharks Gone? A Teen Led Ecological Literacy Project

By JOE HARBER Joe Harber is the education programs director at the National Aquarium, Baltimore, MD and oversees programing and staff working with schools, teachers, and kids. Joe has been at the Aquarium for 13 years, and before that was … Continue reading

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Educating for K-16 Place, Service, and Sustainability — 2017

K-16 Professional Development Opportunities from CWI CWI’s 2017 Summer Institute on Service-Learning and Sustainability Don’t miss our annual series of professional development events. Limited space exists for CWI’s Summer EAST and WEST Institutes on Service-Learning, in Vermont and Los Angeles. … Continue reading

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K-16 School Service Programs: Here It Is!

Join us for a transformative design and planning experience. Exceptional School Team Institute Packages. learn more

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The Time is Now: Transforming Community Through Dialogue

By MARLENE K. REBORI Marlene K. Rebori, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) and the Community Development Specialist with Cooperative Extension. Marlene is the Founding Director of the Office of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement (OSLCE) … Continue reading

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Dismantling Neoliberal Education: A Lesson from the Zapatistas

By LEVI GAHMAN We thank Levi for sharing his work here with us. For those who care deeply about teaching from the context of place, through themes of sustainability and service, this piece contains a powerful narrative of the power … Continue reading

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A Unique Opportunity for Los Angeles Area Educators

LA RiverLore is a highly innovative service-learning focused project for K-16 and community based educators. We’re connecting communities, students, and educators along the Los Angeles River. LA RiverLore is providing teachers in local schools the training, inspiration, collaboration, and connections … Continue reading

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