Thursday April 7, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Track 1: Quality
Track 2: Equality & Opportunity
Track 3: Sustainability
Track 5: Visibility
Taffany Lim
Senior Director, Center for Engagement, Service, & the Public Good
California State University, Los Angeles
Service Learning: Best Practices for Implementation and Assessment

Service learning has long been an innovative way to “bridge the gap” between the classroom and the outside world; however community organizations are often abandoned once the semester ends. This session will define and explore meaningful service learning opportunities and sustainable programs. Resources will include assessment models and sample syllabi.

Brianna Springer
Director of Multicultural Leadership & Service Learning
Concordia University Irvine
Barbara Morton
Dean Emeritus, School of Education
Concordia University Irvine
Designing Curriculum for a Service Learning Course

Service learning provides a rich educational experience that pairs meaningful service with instruction to foster students’ community involvement and engagement. Participants will learn how to develop a service learning course with realistic, measurable learning outcomes and will create a learning outcome for a potential course at their own institution.

Karen McClendon
Vice President, Institutional Effectiveness & Assessment
California Northstate University
Moira Delgado
Director of Student Life and Community Service Learning
California Northstate University, College of Health Sciences