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Title, date, location
Lake Superior Service-Learning Regional Conference 2012
Creating Sustainable Partnerships through Service-Learning
Thu & Fri, March 29 & 30, 2012
Hosted by University of Minnesota Duluth
Registration deadline has been extended to Wednesday, March 14
What is the Lake Superior Service-Learning Regional Conference?
This regional conference was held for the first time in April of 2010. Intended
to be held bi-annually, the LSSL Conference provides the
opportunity to learn from nationally recognized service-learning leaders,
network with other educators and service-learning professionals across
the region, and investigate the research and best practices supporting
service-learning. In addition, attendees will acquire hands-on skills to
apply and integrate service-learning as an evidence-based teaching strategy.
2012 theme and focus
The theme of this year's conference is Creating Sustainable Partnerships through Service-Learning. Sessions will focus on:
- The Community: (e.g. win-win partnerships; impact; sustaining programs when facing economic barriers; community-based research)
- The Classroom: (e.g. from theory to practice; research; student outcomes; using The Standards for Quality Practice)
- The Institution: (e.g. engaged departments; overcoming barriers at the institutional level; matching missions of institutions and agencies)
Thanks to the UMD Office of Civic Engagement's co-organizers! Click on their logos below to learn more about their institutions.