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March 6-8, 2019
University of San Diego
Friday, March 8 • 11:00am - 12:10pm
You Are Not Alone! Best Practices for Engaging University Students in Effective Experiential Learning Experiences as Reading and Math Tutors in K – 6 Schools through Service-Learning Programs and the America Reads/Counts Initiative

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The purpose of this session is to gather those who are mobilizing university students as reading and math tutors in K – 6 schools surrounding their colleges/universities, or who are in the beginning stages of developing such programs. The main objectives of this session are to introduce a shared on-line platform created collaboratively last year by over 20 California campuses doing this kind of work as a means to share resources and gather new ideas. We also invite campuses across the region into the network to provide support and camaraderie for all who provide these meaningful experiential learning opportunities to university students who serve surrounding campus communities. The partners for these programs include higher education institutions and their civically-minded students who gain meaningful work experiences while addressing a social need. In addition to student impact, our community partners – the K-6 schools and students served – are greatly impacted. The impact for school partners is individualized academic support for K-6 learners. The impact for university students is in an opportunity to learn and grow through service they provide K-6 children in need. Impact for session participants is entry into a supportive network with resources to draw from and add to.

Speakers
avatar for Dick Cone

Dick Cone

Retired director JEP/USC, USC Joint Educational Project
I have been engaged in servcice-learning since 1976 and have witneswsed the growth of the movement warts and all. I am interested in the reflection policy and attending to our on-going weaknesses.
avatar for Chris Fiorentino

Chris Fiorentino

Director. Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning, California State University, Fresno
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Tina Koneazny

JEP ReadersPlus Graduate Assistant, University of Southern California
avatar for Allina Mojarro

Allina Mojarro

Community Education Outreach Coordinator, UC Santa Barbara
avatar for Renee Scott

Renee Scott

Director Early Education Programs, Stanford University
Renee has been an educator for 20 years, having served as an elementary school teacher, a professional development teacher-leader, and a teacher-candidate educator/supervisor. As a graduate student, she studied the role of vision in new teacher development and word-reading instruction... Read More →


Friday March 8, 2019 11:00am - 12:10pm
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