Event description

Ready to be revitalized? Curious about how to launch or advance your current service learning program? Join with likeminded educators to experience an effective approach for integrating service learning as a teaching pedagogy that meets the needs of 21st century learners. Whatever your setting, approach, and whether you are new to service learning or more advanced, discover:

  • the many ways the five stages of service will assist teachers and students be more intentional and success
  • why transferable skills become enlivened during the service learning process
  • how engaging teaching practices become easier to implement
  • practical strategies that can assist you to embed the concept and best practice of service learning in your school or organization
  • high engagement and authentic experiences that gives meaning and purpose to school for teachers as well as students.

During these two days we will draw from the expertise of all who attend, as well as the knowledge from author and international consultant Cathryn Berger Kaye. The centerpiece will be understanding and experiencing the Five Stages of Service Learning to ensure confidence in implementing a robust program. Highlights include: service learning guiding principles and concepts, six entry points for the service learning process, 21st century competencies integration, transdisciplinary curricular mapping and design, action research methods, community partnerships, and an in-depth look at reflection. With highly interactive sessions, we will all advance with ideas, strategies and connections that will continue long beyond our time together. Discover how service learning informs, engages and prepares your students to think critically, care deeply and participate in significant actions as they contribute to the common good.

Cathryn Berger Kaye, M.A, of CBK Associates, is an international education consultant who spends 190+ days traveling to bring ideas and effective pedagogies, including service learning to schools, conferences, state and country departments of education, and organizations. Cathryn is the author of eight books including The Complete Guide to Service Learning and two books with environmental advocate Philppe Cousteau. She has consulted with the International Baccalaureate Organization and been involved in the development of the new CAS Guide, the new IB Career Related Program, and an IB course on advancing service learning. She is also the author of curriculum that assists with integrating Approaches to Teaching and Learning, reimagining advisory programs, courses that promote civic engagement, and afterschool programs. Learn more at www.cbkassociates.com or contacting Cathryn at [email protected].


All workshop and registration questions should be directed to

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After each registration form is submitted, please make payment according to the payment instructions below. If an invoice is required to process a payment, please contact Nandini at [email protected]. Registration is not confirmed until payment has been received and confirmation of payment has been been sent. The registration fee includes daily lunches, morning/afternoon snacks and refreshments during breaks.

Payment Instructions
After you have completed the online registration, please make a payment of Baht 4500 before the 2nd October 2015. All transfer fees (home and host) associated with payment are the sole responsibility of the attendee (which means you may need to ask your bank what is the transfer fees of home and host country)

Bank Transfer Details
Amount: Baht 4500
Bank Name: Siam Commercial Bank PLC.
Branch: Soi Chaiyot Address: 5 Sukhumvit Soi 11, Klongtoey Nua, Bangkok 10110
Account Name: NIST International School
Account #: 040-2-52210-3 (Savings Account)

After the payment is made, please scan the receipt and send it to [email protected]. Include the workshop name in your subject line. After the scanned copy of the receipt has been received, you will receive confirmation of your registration for the workshop.