Grounded in academics and linked to real life, Learning to Give provides lessons, resources, and support to guide K-12 teachers to educate, equip, and empower students to be giving and caring citizens.
“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
Helping children succeed at school is a priority for many teachers and parents. We all want students to succeed in school and gain the skills and knowledge necessary for a promising future, there’s no question about it. But what can you do to inspire youth and young adults to live a life of giving and caring for the common good?
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“Service learning projects are such a great way to have students learn about helping the community as they learn about the community on Social Studies class. Edmodo really is a terrific platform to use when doing these projects.” –Mr. Bielawski
“Edmodo is the perfect platform to use when doing service learning projects. This will also help students when it comes time to apply for college.” –Mr. Bielawski
“College readiness includes the development of 21st century skills. An essential 21st century skill is the ability to make community connections. As part of community connections students need to be a part of relevant experiences that include service learning.” –Mr. Munshower
“For service learning, my students served others by designing a 3D printed water purifier for students in the Dominican Republic and mailed it to them.” –Mr. Munshower