Service Learning

Welcome to our Service Learning Resource Page
Service Learning is an active teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with student learning.
We hope that you will find these pages helpful and we would appreciate your feedback and suggestions so that we may continue to develop them.
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History of Service Learning at SCCC
The Liberal Arts Division is in a collaborative partnership with The College of Saint Rose, The Sage Colleges, Union Graduate College, and the Greater Capital Region Teacher Center, for “Project SLATE” (“Service Learning and Teacher Education”). The partners have expanded organized service learning by integrating community service into their undergraduate and graduate curricula. Working as a consortium under a grant from the Federal Corporation for National and Community Service, the colleges share ideas and strategies for creating organized service learning experiences.

As part of SLATE, the SCCC Early Childhood and the Teacher Education Programs have embedded service learning outcomes into multiple courses. The curriculum introduces students to the foundations of service learning and allows them to plan, build and implement service learning projects as they move from course to course.The Human Services and Chemical Dependency Counseling Programs also have services learning requirements in several courses.

ECH 121 Introduction to Early Childhood Education
ECH 223 Curricular Methods and the Development of Inquiry Skills
HUS 133 Child Maltreatment
ECH 231 Instruction and Field Seminar II
ECH 260 Portfolio Seminar
TET 221 Foundations of Education
PSY 221 Educational Psychology  ( course outline revision in progress)
TET 251 Pre-Professional Seminar
SOC 127 Interpersonal and Group Dynamics
HUS 133 Child Maltreatment
                 
Project SLATE www.projectslate.org

 

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