- Service-Learning and Education Related Websites
- Education Related Journals and Publications
- Massachusetts Public Schools Service-Learning Websites
- Service-Learning Related Bibliography
- Community Lessons: Integrating Service-Learning into K-12 Curriculum, A Promising Practices Guide
- Fulfilling Our Civic Mission: Service-Learning in Massachusetts
- Promising Practices
- Grade Level Project Ideas - Elementary School, Middle School, High School
- Massachusetts Service Learning Leader Award Program
- Contextual Learning Portal - Connect with others who are creating contextual learning experiences in classrooms and out-of-school settings. Browse projects and resources and submit your own. Be inspired by others; get insights into ways of planning and organizing projects; find resources; and share your results! Great service-learning examples can be found here!
- Service-Learning in Massachusetts 2010-2011: Summary Report
III. Massachusetts Public Schools Service-Learning Websites
During the 2005-06 school year, the Acton-Boxborough Regional Schools Service-Learning Program will engage approximately 1400 students, 100 adult volunteers, and 90 teachers and staff to work together with community and school representatives to provide services to over 800 recipients through service-learning.
Boston Public Schools Service-Learning Program has one thousand teachers, thirty thousand students, and countless community partners who have connected Boston classrooms, communities, and careers. On this web site, find hundreds of examples of service-learning projects developed by teachers.
Hudson Public Schools Service-Learning Program connects Hudson's core values of empathy, ethics and service to academic learning and to real community needs. Youth voice and civic roles are integral to service-learning.
The Louis M. Feinstein Public Service Program at Sharon Public Schools works towards (1) the enhancement of student learning through experiential education connected with community needs, (2) the empowerment of students and teachers, and (3) the enrichment of both the school and the local community through a variety of reciprocal Service-Learning experiences.
Uxbridge Public Schools Explore and Discover Museum Classroom is designed for and dedicated to interactive teaching and learning. This indoor or outdoor space is devoted to exploration and discovery through interaction with (but not limited to) works of art, science, mathematics, and human perception. It allows students and teachers to learn through exploration, play, and experimentation with tools, materials, and other educational resources©.