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My Involvement Through Community Engagement & Service, Maricar Valdez Mar 2019

My Involvement Through Community Engagement & Service, Maricar Valdez

Student Engagement Posters

Maricar Valdez discusses student engagement at Linfield College with regard to her involvement with First CLAS and Alternative Spring Break.


Service Learning Collaboration With Student Affairs, Nathan Hanke, Leanne Soter, Kelsi Sullivan Jan 2017

Service Learning Collaboration With Student Affairs, Nathan Hanke, Leanne Soter, Kelsi Sullivan

UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo

Service Learning is Applicable to courses across academic disciplines


What Are You Doing For Others?, Traci Pearl, Sasha Elias Jan 2015

What Are You Doing For Others?, Traci Pearl, Sasha Elias

Progressive Education in Context

Discusses the community service projects, an important component in the curriculum of the School for Children.


Service Learning Reflection Journal, Margaret Sass Jan 2013

Service Learning Reflection Journal, Margaret Sass

Scholarly Publishing Services e-Books

Service-Learning, a subset of service-engagement, is a course-based, credit-bearing educational experience in which students participate in an organized service activity that meets identified community needs; use knowledge and skills directly related to a course or discipline; and reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of the discipline, and an enhanced sense of personal values and civic responsibility.

This handbook in the Purdue University Learning and Service Engagement Series (PULSE) provides a guide for reflections and critical thought for students engaged in Service Learning courses. As you experience ...


International Service Learning Reflection Journal, Margaret Sass Jan 2013

International Service Learning Reflection Journal, Margaret Sass

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Service Learning, a subset of service engagement, is a course-based, credit-bearing educational experience in which students participate in an organized service activity that meets identified community needs; use knowledge and skills directly related to a course or discipline; and reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of the discipline, and an enhanced sense of personal values and civic responsibility.

This handbook in the Purdue University Learning and Service Engagement Series (PULSE) provides a guide for reflections and critical thought for students studying abroad. It provides a framework ...


Professional Development Reflection Journal For Travel Abroad, Margaret Sass Jan 2013

Professional Development Reflection Journal For Travel Abroad, Margaret Sass

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This handbook provides a guide for reflections and critical thought for professionals traveling abroad. As you experience a new foreign country, you will be reflecting through questions regarding how you react and feel about the culture and events around you. Some questions will also be related to the logistics of your activities. This handbook provides an opportunity for you to understand your own personal cultural path throughout your traveling experience, to examine what you are learning about the country you are visiting and about yourself. You have now entered a new world of opportunity. Take advantage of this academic expedition ...


Self-Development Reflection Journal For Students, Margaret Sass Jan 2013

Self-Development Reflection Journal For Students, Margaret Sass

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This handbook provides a guide for reflections and critical thought for students engaged in their freshman year of college. As they experience these new sites and feelings, they will be reflecting through questions regarding how they react and feel about the events around them. Some questions will also be related to the logistics of their activities. Through the engagement of this book, freshman students will be able to reflect upon their experiences their freshman year and gain a broader understanding of the world around them.

The handbook contains a range of self-assessment tools designed to be used as follows:

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Service Learning Reflection Journal For Kids: Tools And Activities To Help You With Your Service Learning Project From Beginning To End, Margaret Sass Jan 2013

Service Learning Reflection Journal For Kids: Tools And Activities To Help You With Your Service Learning Project From Beginning To End, Margaret Sass

Scholarly Publishing Services e-Books

Service Learning, a subset of service engagement, is a course-based, credit-bearing educational experience in which students participate in an organized service activity that meets identified community needs; use knowledge and skills directly related to a course or discipline; and reflect on the service activity in such a way as to gain further understanding of course content, a broader appreciation of the discipline, and an enhanced sense of personal values and civic responsibility.

This handbook in the Purdue University Learning and Service Engagement Series (PULSE) provides a guide for reflections and critical thought for young students engaged in Service Learning courses ...


Introduction To The Exhibition Of The Work Of Students Learning With Communities, Catherine Bates Jan 2013

Introduction To The Exhibition Of The Work Of Students Learning With Communities, Catherine Bates

Posters

This exhibition showcases the work of over 1300 students working with over 100 community partners


Small Spaces Big Living: A Community Housing Project, Barry Sheehan Jan 2012

Small Spaces Big Living: A Community Housing Project, Barry Sheehan

Posters

Interior and Furniture Design students taking Construction Studies worked with older people resident in Dublin City Council housing in the North Central area, to develop low-cost suggestions for improvements to the interiors of their apartments.


Community Based Research By Applying Chemistry, Claire M. Mcdonnell Jan 2012

Community Based Research By Applying Chemistry, Claire M. Mcdonnell

Posters

Students have been involved in several chemistry research projects with communities: breath and urine testing for alcohol with the Garda Road Safety Unit; a long-term study of soil Quality for a Grangegorman Community Garden; and work placements with Wells for Zoe, a charity based in Malawi, including soil and water testing, and development of teaching materials for science.


Chemical Sciences In The Community, Claire M. Mcdonnell Jan 2012

Chemical Sciences In The Community, Claire M. Mcdonnell

Posters

Students in the School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences have been involved for many years in collaborative projects - from giving talks in schools to running workshops for children in youth projects, and from conducting chemical risk assessments to hosting science showcases – with a wide range of community partners.


Tourism Heritage And Culture Trains In Kilmainham And Inchicore, Dublin., Catherine Gorman Jan 2012

Tourism Heritage And Culture Trains In Kilmainham And Inchicore, Dublin., Catherine Gorman

Posters

Students on this project liaised with local community members in order to develop a number of themed posters and two videos focusing on their ideas for the development of Heritage and Cultural trails in the Inchicore and Kilmainham areas of Dublin.


Tourism: Destination And Product Marketing Planning: Glasnevin Trust Museum, Glasnevin, Dublin., Catherine Gorman Jan 2012

Tourism: Destination And Product Marketing Planning: Glasnevin Trust Museum, Glasnevin, Dublin., Catherine Gorman

Posters

The objective of this project was to produce a tourism marketing plan for Glasnevin Trust Museum, Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland. Tourism students worked with the Trust to develop possible plans.


First Year Product Design Students, Carmel Rooney, Gregor Timlin Jan 2012

First Year Product Design Students, Carmel Rooney, Gregor Timlin

Posters

As part of the BSc (hons) Degree in Product Design, first year students combined the skills learned in the Communication and Design Modules to work with the Dypsraxia Association of Ireland, to develop concept designs for objects to facilitate everyday living for people with dyspraxia.


College Awareness Of Road Safety (Cars) And Dit Civil Engineering Students, Valerie Fenton Jan 2012

College Awareness Of Road Safety (Cars) And Dit Civil Engineering Students, Valerie Fenton

Posters

The aim of this project was to raise awareness of the vulnerability of road users such as pedestrians and cyclists, in collaboration with the Garda Road Safety Unit. Civil Engineering students and Tourism Marketing students collaboratively researched user behaviour at inner-city junctions, and developed and costed proposals to improve the design of the junctions.


Community Dietetics, Sheila Sugrue Jan 2012

Community Dietetics, Sheila Sugrue

Posters

The aim of this project was to link groups of 3 to 4 final year students with community projects interested in participating where a specific nutrition need would be identified and addressed collaboratively.


Clic News: A News Website For Children, Kate Shanahan Jan 2012

Clic News: A News Website For Children, Kate Shanahan

Posters

CliC News is a collaboration between the DIT Access and Civic Engagement Office and the School of Media, DIT. Students in Journalism plan, edit, and write articles for an interactive news website for primary school children, fostering literacy and computer literacy among the children, as well as an engagement with current affairs.


Gaelic 4 Girls: A Partnership Approach To Dit Student And Local Community Development, Sinead Mcnulty Jan 2012

Gaelic 4 Girls: A Partnership Approach To Dit Student And Local Community Development, Sinead Mcnulty

Posters

This is a collaborative project between Dublin Institute of Technology, the Ladies Gaelic Football Association and Dublin City Council, providing students with the opportunity to qualify as gaelic football coaches and referees, and providing girls in inner-city clubs with coaching by DIT students.


Ocd Ireland:Fundraising By First Year Dit Engineering Students, Leslie Shoemaker Jan 2012

Ocd Ireland:Fundraising By First Year Dit Engineering Students, Leslie Shoemaker

Posters

Groups of students were asked to develope and execute a fundraising activity to assist the activities of the OCD Ireland an organisation providing support to people with obsessive compulsive disorder, body dysmorphic disorder and trichotillomania.


Second Level School Visits By Dit Engineering And Science Students, Leslie Shoemaker Jan 2012

Second Level School Visits By Dit Engineering And Science Students, Leslie Shoemaker

Posters

The purpose of this project was to help secondary school pupils understand what is involved in studying Science and Engineering at third level, and to help DIT students in these areas develop a range of professional and communication skills.


Laptops4africa: Fundraising By First Year Computer Science Students, Leslie Shoemaker Jan 2012

Laptops4africa: Fundraising By First Year Computer Science Students, Leslie Shoemaker

Posters

This project involved computing students developing and running fundraising activities to support the work of Wells for Zoe in Malawi, providing clean water to communities. The students developed a range of transferable and professional skills from this project.


Redesigning Studio Apartments For Sheltered Accomodation Using Colour Theory, Kerry Meakin Jan 2012

Redesigning Studio Apartments For Sheltered Accomodation Using Colour Theory, Kerry Meakin

Posters

First year interior Design and Furniture Students study colour theory as part of a second semester module on colour and perception, and as part of this brief worked with older residents in Dublin City Council housing in Raheny and Kilbarrack to collaboratively produce colour palettes and mood boards that the older people could use at home.


Energy And The Environment: Electrical Services Engineering Students Work With Local School Pupils, Joseph Teehan Jan 2012

Energy And The Environment: Electrical Services Engineering Students Work With Local School Pupils, Joseph Teehan

Posters

As part of their module Energy and the Environment, first year students in the B Tech Electrical Services Engineering had the option to engage with first year secondary school pupils in Synge Street CBS, to support them in the classroom in learning science and engineering concepts.


Primary School Children's Vision Screening Project, Mozambique, Aoife Phelan Jan 2012

Primary School Children's Vision Screening Project, Mozambique, Aoife Phelan

Posters

Students on the BSc in Optometry who volunteer with the Mozambique Eyecare Project do vision screenings with local children, supervised by DIT lecturers. These screenings are accredited as part of the students’ learning, and benefit both the children and the students.


Lego Sumo Wrestling: Electrical Engineering Students Teach Programming To Children In Ballymun, Gavin Duffy Jan 2012

Lego Sumo Wrestling: Electrical Engineering Students Teach Programming To Children In Ballymun, Gavin Duffy

Posters

Engineering students from DIT teach in the Aisling Projects in Ballymun where they work with children in programming Lego Mindstorms robots.


Light Therapy Treatment Using Quiet Motors And Remote Control, Gavin Duffy Jan 2012

Light Therapy Treatment Using Quiet Motors And Remote Control, Gavin Duffy

Posters

A final year Electrical Engineering student worked with Camphill Community to develop a quiet motor system to adjust the blinds in a light therapy treatment room for people with cerebral palsy.


Second Year Architecture Community Based Project, Patrick Flynn Jan 2012

Second Year Architecture Community Based Project, Patrick Flynn

Posters

Project based in the town of Monasterevin, Co. Laois, where students worked with local community members to develop proposals for the civic realm and the overall town strategy. Students also collaborated with members of Men Alone In No-man’s land (MAIN) to develop a concept design for a ‘manshed’ as a possible base for the men’s group, as part of the Monasterevin scheme.


Dit-Larkin Community College Tutoring Project, Julie Dunne Jan 2012

Dit-Larkin Community College Tutoring Project, Julie Dunne

Posters

Over a 10 week period DIT 1st. year Pharmacy Technician students tutor Larkin Community College Students in Leaving Certificate Biology.


Primary School Children's Vision Screening Project, Veronica O'Dwyer, Sandra Harrington Jan 2012

Primary School Children's Vision Screening Project, Veronica O'Dwyer, Sandra Harrington

Posters

In the final year of the BSc in Optometry, students work with children in local schools to do vision screenings, supervised by DIT lecturers. This project enhances students’ experience of working with children, and ensures that any local children with eye problems are swiftly referred to a specialist.