Tag: Serve.gov

  • Often it is the “teacher” leading a project-based learning program who learns the most!

    I learned how to blog as a JABA RSVP FISH volunteer. I had agreed to sponsor an after-school computer club at Jackson-Via Elementary School in Charlottesville and I wanted to focus on 21st-century skills. Since blogging is receiving high marks as an effective means for teaching reflective writing, I decided that that would be a […]

  • A new sound at the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail

    Kris Bowmaster has been hard at work with his Music Poetry Class at the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail. Now he has posted some recordings on his website, Proud Angel, so we can all hear the results. “Klick and Listen” – you will be impressed! Kris deserves recognition for  helping to tackle our toughest problems by […]

  • Ready to get involved? Serve.gov is the place to start.

    The President has said that the challenges America faces are unprecedented, and that we need to build a new foundation for economic growth in America. The Administration has begun this work with dramatic new investments in education, health care, and clean energy, but we cannot do this alone here in Washington. Economic recovery is as […]