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									                                                        “We help
                                                         children
                                                          learn.”




                          Promising Practices in Community Service-Learning:
                      The K-12 Annual Statewide Conference
                                     Please join us for an inspiring day on
                        Friday, May 10, 2002, 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
           at the College of the Holy Cross, Hogan Campus Center, Worcester
                     to share successful models of using service-learning as a methodology
               to implement the learning standards of the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.


SCHEDULE
8:30 AM.~ 9:00 AM          Registration and Breakfast
9:00 AM ~ 9:30 AM          Welcoming Remarks
9:30 AM ~ 10:30 AM         Keynote Speaker, Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr.

Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr. has been a Civil Rights Movement activist, minister, educator, lecturer, and is an
authority on the strategy of nonviolent social change. He co-founded the Student Nonviolent Coordinating
Committee (SNCC) in 1960. He was a leader of the Nashville Movement, 1960 and on the Freedom Rides, 1961
and the 1965 Selma Movement. Dr. LaFayette is presently the Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the University
of Rhode Island and continues his commitment to the principles of nonviolence in projects throughout the world.

10:40 AM ~11:40 AM         Session I
11:50 AM ~ 12:50 PM        Session II
12:50 PM ~ 1:40 PM         Lunch
1:45 PM ~ 2:45 PM          Session III
2:45 PM ~ 3:00 PM          Closing Remarks

REGISTRATION INFO - EMAIL TO blocurto@boston.k12.ma.us by May 3rd
Name:
Title:
School District/School:
Address:
City, State, Zip
Phone:
Fax:
E-Mail:
WORKSHOP TOPICS INCLUDE:
* Boston TeachNet Learn & Serve Project (IMPACT II @ School-to-Career, Boston Public Schools)
* Restoring a Japanese Garden: A Whole-School Approach to CSL (Amherst-Pelham Regional Schools)
* Creating a Ridicule Free School (JL Mulready Elementary School, Hudson, MA)
* From Placements to Partnerships: College/University CSL in K-12 Schools, (UMass, Amherst)
* T.E.A.M.: Tewksbury Elderly As Mentors (Tewksbury Public Schools)
* Meals On Feet (Greenfield Middle School)
* Evaluation 101 (Alan Melchior, Center for Youth and Communities, Brandeis University)
* Developing College-Community Partnerships with Worcester Organizations (College of the Holy Cross)
* CSL Action Research through Community, Higher Education, and School Partnerships (Hudson PS)
* Students as Trainers and Web Designers: Creating a School/Town Web Site, (Sharon PS)
* Mercury Disposal Project: A Regional Community, K-12, and Higher Education Partnership (Wareham PS)
* Youth Empowerment Council: Youth as Grant Makers (Wareham PS)
* Promoting your Service-Learning Program (North Adams Public Schools)
* From You Can’t to You Can: Including Students with Disabilities in Community Service-Learning
  (Hampshire Educational Collaborative)

DIRECTIONS - By Car:
From the East and West (Boston, Hartford and New York)
Massachusetts Turnpike I-90. Take Exit 10 to I-290 East toward Worcester. Take Exit 11 (College
Square/Southbridge Street) off I-290. Cross over to the right lane immediately after coming off the ramp to College
Square. Take the first right (before the traffic light) onto College Street. Go up the hill and enter the last gate on the
left, Gate 7. The Hogan Campus Center is the second building on the left with the large silver cross on it. Visitor
parking is to the right of the Campus Center. MapQuest may provide door-to-door driving instructions.
From the North
I-495 South to I-290 West, Exit 25B. From I-290 West take Exit 11 to College Square, Southbridge Street. Bear left
coming off the ramp onto Southbridge Street. Take the first right (before the traffic light) onto College Street. Go
up the hill and enter the last gate on the left, Gate 7. The Hogan Campus Center is the second building on the left
with the large silver cross on it. Visitor parking is to the right of the Campus Center. MapQuest may provide door-
to-door driving instructions.
From the Southeast
I-495 North to Massachusetts Turnpike I-90. Take Exit 10 to I-290 East toward Worcester. Take Exit 11 (College
Square/Southbridge Street) off I-290. Cross over to the right lane immediately after coming off the ramp to College
Square. Take the first right (before the traffic light) onto College Street. Go up the hill and enter the last gate on the
left, Gate 7. The Hogan Campus Center is the second building on the left with the large silver cross on it. Visitor
parking is to the right of the Campus Center. MapQuest may provide door-to-door driving instructions.
From the South (Providence, Rhode Island)
Route 146 North to Auburn. Route 20 West to I-290 East to Worcester. Take Exit 11 (College Square/Southbridge
Street) off I-290. Cross over to the right lane immediately after coming off the ramp to College Square. Take the
first right (before the traffic light) onto College Street. Go up the hill and enter the last gate on the left, Gate 7. The
Hogan Campus Center is the second building on the left with the large silver cross on it. Visitor parking is to the
right of the Campus Center. MapQuest may provide door-to-door driving instructions.

								
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