Districts in Action Reception Bingo!

Districts in Action Reception Bingo! Bingo Card

This bingo card has a free space and 15 words: Talk with a researcher about how their work supports service-learning as an effective strategy, Talk with someone from a different city about what makes your community (school, District, neighborhood, city) distinctive, Share with someone the story of how/when you were first exposed to service-learning, Share with someone what you see as some of the main benefits of a service-learning approach, Share with someone what gets you most excited about service-learning, Share with someone about the person who had the biggest impact on you during your time as a student, Talk with a young person about the unique skills and experiences they bring to service-learning work, This year's Conference theme is "Educate. Ignite. Transform." Share with someone what this means to you, Find someone who has never been to Minnesota before. Tell them about where you’re from, Share with someone one problem/issue in your community that you would like to see addressed, Talk with an NYLC staff member about your hopes for this year's Conference, Talk with an administrator about what inspired them to be a part of the Districts in Action program/District-wide model, Talk with a teacher about the changes they hope to see in their students, Talk with someone who has attended Conference in the past about the advice they would give to a new attendee and Share with someone how you educate, inspire and transform those you work, interact and partner with.

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