Part 6: Implementation: a look at how fellows engage with and learn from Live the Questions

Part 6: Implementation: a look at how fellows engage with and learn from Live the Questions

Posted by: on Jul 22, 2012 | Leave a comment

This is the final part of a six-part series on how to develop high-impact service-learning curricula. Each post discusses one best practice for writing effective service-learning curricula and provides an example of implementation. These best practices are informed by the development of Live the Questions, American Jewish World Service’s service-learning curriculum for the World Partners Fellowship in India.

Part 5: Best practice: Integrate Jewish text and tradition as a source of guidance when grappling with big questions

Part 5: Best practice: Integrate Jewish text and tradition as a source of guidance when grappling with big questions

Posted by: on Jul 19, 2012 | Leave a comment

This is part five of a six-part series on how to develop high-impact service-learning curricula. Each post discusses one best practice for writing effective service-learning curricula and provides an example of implementation. These best practices are informed by the development of Live the Questions, American Jewish World Service’s service-learning curriculum for the World Partners Fellowship in India.

Part 4: Best practice: Foster personal and professional growth

Part 4: Best practice: Foster personal and professional growth

Posted by: on Jul 16, 2012 | Leave a comment

This is part four of a six-part series on how to develop high-impact service-learning curricula. Each post discusses one best practice for writing effective service-learning curricula and provides an example of implementation. These best practices are informed by the development of Live the Questions, American Jewish World Service’s service-learning curriculum for the World Partners Fellowship in India.

Part 3: Best practice: Push participants out of their comfort zone to learn from what emerges

Part 3: Best practice: Push participants out of their comfort zone to learn from what emerges

Posted by: on Jul 12, 2012 | Leave a comment

This is part three of a six-part series on how to develop high-impact service-learning curricula. Each post discusses one best practice for writing effective service-learning curricula and provides an example of implementation. These best practices are informed by the development of Live the Questions, American Jewish World Service’s service-learning curriculum for the World Partners Fellowship in India.

Part 2: Best practice: Ground the curriculum in the experience

Part 2: Best practice: Ground the curriculum in the experience

Posted by: on Jul 9, 2012 | Leave a comment

This is part two of a six-part series on how to develop high-impact service-learning curricula. Each post discusses one best practice for writing effective service-learning curricula and provides an example of implementation. These best practices are informed by the development of Live the Questions, American Jewish World Service’s service-learning curriculum for the World Partners Fellowship in India.