Student Forms and Resources
K-12 Remote Service Learning Resources
- Spring 21 Step-by-Step Guideline for K-12 Remote SL - Please review these 7-steps to better understand the steps for working in K-12 schools.
K-12 Science Service Learning Resources
- Video: Introduction to Next Generation Science Standards, the "5E Model," and Inquiry-Based Learning
- John Miller Hyperdoc Webinar I (9/29/2020): Introduction to Hyperdocs
- John Miller Hyperdoc Webinar II (10/2/2020): Lesson Design with Hyperdocs.
- John Miller Hyperdoc Webinar III (10/19/2020): Nuts & Bolts of Creating Hyperdocs
- Hyperdoc Webinar III Handout: Best Practices in Designing Hyperdocs
Spring 2021 Remote Tutor Training: Appreciative Tutoring
The CSUMB Cooperative Learning Center (CLC) is offering two workshops for Appreciative Remote Tutoring. We strongly recommend you participate if you will be tutoring in the K-12 Remote SL Program. Here is an article on Appreciative Tutoring to get you started.
Each semester, all students enrolled in SL courses will be asked to complete an online survey of the Service Learning process. An individual link will be sent to each student (via email) with directions for the evaluation.
Students, please complete the New Patient Intake Form below if you have never visited the Campus Health Center and bring it with you on your first visit. Your answers on this health intake form will help your CSUMB Campus Health Center clinician understand your medical concerns and conditions better.
The CHC Notice of Privacy Practices form below describes how students' medical information may be used and disclosed and how to gain access to this information.
The Notice of Privacy Practices Acknowledgement form below should be completed after reviewing the Notice of Privacy Practices.
The Tuberculosis PPD form below should be completed by students who wish to request a Tuberculosis test. Students must bring this completed form when visiting the Campus Health Center.
Note: Service learning students are often required to provide a negative TB test result OR a TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire completed by a licensed health care provider. Most school districts do require a negative TB test result.
To get a TB test on campus, call the Campus Health Center to make an appointment at (831) 582-3965. The Campus Health Center (CHC) often faces a high volume of student TB test appointments. In order to accommodate the students in a timely manner, the CHS is asking students to arrive at their appointment with completed intake registration forms.
For more information please contact Rene Casas at 831-582-4184 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For distance learners or students looking to choose a site location that is not a current community partner, this form should be considered while choosing an appropriate site.
The following guiding principles are considered best practices throughout the field and apply to all the parties involved in service learning experiences.
Since each service learning course is different, these guidelines are not intended to be all-encompassing. However, these do's and don'ts apply to most situations.
- K-12 Remote SL Tutoring Program Registration Form - This is the first step to become a Remote SL Tutor.
- K-12 Live Scan Student Reimbursement Guidelines - Many of our partner districts will cover the costs of the Live Scan Background Check. It is usually between $40-$80. However, if your school district will NOT cover the cost, then the SLI will reimburse the cost of the Live Scan.
Students are able to request an exception to the remote/virtual service policy IF they have a prior and ongoing employment or volunteer relationship with an organization. The process is described in this document: Request for Exception for Remote/Virtual SL Process. Students must assemble the following FOUR documents, and submit them to their instructor for circulation and signature. The Provost must approve the request.