Service-Learning Certificate Program
The Washington State Learn & Serve Program out of The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has funded a service-learning certificate program consisting of five courses to support and enhance service-learning programs across the nation. Courses can be taken individually (for either clock hours or credit), or all five courses can be completed for the award of the Learn and Serve Service-Learning Certificate.
- ED432A: Service Learning in Your Community
- ED433T: Finding Common Ground with Contentious Issues
- ED432Y: Grant Writing for Service Learning
- ED433V: Train the Trainers: Service-Learning & Professional Development
- ED433W: Service Learning Action Research (Available May 1, 2008)
In addition to their work with SEA, Chris Burt, MEd, and Susie Richards, MEd, have been working in the service-learning, community-based learning and adventure education fields for the past 15 years. Both are K-12 certified teachers and adjunct instructors in the higher education field. Through the design and implementation of community-based programs for numerous school districts and universities, they have developed an extensive network of community resources and collaborative partnerships on a national level. For the past seven years, they have coordinated the Washington State Service-Learning Training Cadre, through the Learn and Serve America Office of The Superintendent of Public Instruction, and have engaged in professional development trainings across the State of Washington and the Pacific Northwest.
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