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Assets Based Community Development Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)


LS5843 Practicum Capstone Experience is tailored for the Literacy Matters grant project and is specifically designed with these TWU QEP Designated Course student learning objectives:


SLO 1: Effectively connect classroom theories to real-world experiences through practical application of knowledge.


SLO 2: Accurately assess knowledge and skills related to personal or professional goals to include collaboration, application, and problem-solving.


The MOU is the final stage of the three-stage assignment.


A.3 Work Product: Stage 3


Stage 3: Asset-based community development plan. Based on the data collected, analyzed and used, the student will collaborate with the agency personnel to establish goals and objectives of the partnership and to design a collaborative plan for community outreach in family literacy. The final report, which will be presented as a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), will detail the plan, including goals and objectives, as well as the specific collaborative activities involving the work of the public library with the agency. The report will also include the student’s final reflection on learning throughout the project.


Follow the link for the complete: Asset-Based Community Development assignment.


Sample Page: Please follow the directions on the sample page.


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