Click the links below to visit Service-Learning related resources on the web.
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
The largest collection of resources on Service-Learning in the world, this website features topics for educational institutions, students, and communities adopting Service-Learning practices. A vast library of print materials can be borrowed by Learn and Serve America grantees at no cost. There are also many free electronic documents available to anyone.
MN Department of Education
The Minnesota Department of Education is a major supporter of Service-Learning lesson designs. Their website is full of great resources that can help with your Service-Learning planning.
Project Learning Tree
This is a great resource for environmental project ideas and contains whole sections on Service-Learning! Project Learning Tree® (PLT) is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary environmental education program for educators and students in PreK-grade 12. It is a program of the American Forest Foundation and is one of the most widely-used environmental education programs in the United States and abroad. PLT continues to set the standard for environmental education excellence.
This is a wonderful resource for teachers interested in Service-Learning projects related to water-shed management and awareness. The site contains project ideas and volunteer opportunities as well as curriculum. It also has extensive information to raise awareness about current issues facing local streams and water-sheds. Note the featured maps and information for each stream in the Duluth area.
Cathryn Berger Kaye's ABCDBooks
Cathryn Berger Kaye is a renowned speaker, author, and national Service-Learning consultant. On this site you will find lists of books and other resources that can be used in your classroom to help with Service-Learning lesson plans.
Generator School Network
The GSN is a social network of schools and staff passionate about Service-Learning. They join together to learn from others and improve their own Service-Learning practice.
Members of the GSN are able to access exclusive resources created both by NYLC and the larger Service-Learning community.
EarthEcho International is a non-profit organization founded by siblings Philippe and Alexandra Cousteau in honor of their father, son of the famous Jacques Cousteau. EarthEcho's mission is to empower youth to take action that restores and protects the water planet. The site contains links to several service-learning action guides and resources.