Classroom Resources

Make a Difference!

Class Action projects to help animals, people, and the environment are the perfect opportunity to engage your students in service learning. Service learning projects address curricular outcomes while providing an opportunity to make a positive impact in the community.

These projects help students build skills such as goal setting and critical thinking, and can help improve self-esteem as students learn the value of working together to help others. Teachers also benefit from these projects by collaborating with their students by working towards a common goal, building collegiality with other staff, and fostering a sense of school pride.

The relationship between students, the school and the community strengthens from service learning projects and they help promote a positive image of young people in the community, leading to stronger support for youth and schools

Step-by-Step Guide

Interested in doing a Class Action but not where to start? Follow this step-by-step guide.

Class Action Ideas

Brainstorm ideas as a class, or if you are having trouble thinking of idea, borrow one of these.

Benefits of a Class Action

Class Action projects can be a perfect opportunity to engage your students in service learning.

Make Your Mark

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