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JanTwentyOne

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IN CLASS

 

grant writing hub we are in a brainstorming mode today, so let's follow our instincts, and, as we go, let's link all grant-seeking activity to this hub.

 

 

I. Readings

 

discuss

 

Living and Learning with New Media

 

and

 

service learning

 

SERVICE LEARNING

-active participation

-sets outcomes based on a community's needs

-resonance with academic curriculum

-reflection

 

-experiential learning paradigm

(Montessori, Dewey, Freire, Vygotsky et al)

 

-immersion and participation

examples from game design fold back onto education

 

3 modes

1. serve, reflect (expressive mode)

2. research/serve (academic mode)

3. writing as community service/renouncing the fruits of writing (public/civic mode)

 

What does #3 require of us in our era of "networked publics"? Let's consider Rich's post and ask, "which mixture of modes will help us set and meet a measurable outcome?"

 

 

II. Mt. Zion

 

vans are on call. shall we do a site visit today? discuss

 

III. field work

 

reports from the class

 

music program!

 

For next time (JanTwentyEight):

 

post links and notes regarding your progress to JanTwentyEight. Direct our attention to specific language/patterns/problems so that we can workshop our emerging documents as collaborators, critics, and editors.

 

read service learning chapter 3 and grant seeking in an electronic age chapter 1

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