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Civic Engagement Across the Curriculum. by Battistoni, Richard M.;
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Service Learning : A Guide to Planning, Implementing, and Assessing Student Projects. by Berman, Sally.;
Intro -- Dedication -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Sidebar Directory -- Preface -- About This Book -- How to Use This Book -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Introduction -- What Is Service Learning? -- What Is the History of Service Learning? -- Why Do Service Learning? -- How Does Service Learning Work? -- Who Are the Key Players in a Service Learning Project? -- How Do Students Benefit From Service Learning? -- 1. The Fundamentals of Service Learning as a Curriculum Model -- How Does Service Learning Work? -- Selecting the Need for Service -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Finding a Community Partner -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Structuring Learning Teams -- Managing the Project -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation in Service Learning -- What About Challenges? How Can They Be Managed? -- Using the Project Ideas in This Book -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Managing the Management Plan -- Part I: Basic Service Learning Projects -- 2. Clean Streets, Green Streets: A Social Studies and Science Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: The Community Environment -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Mapping Possibilities -- Making Connections With the Community -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: Clean Streets, Green Streets -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary Reflective Log -- Middle School Reflective Log.High School Reflective Log -- 3. The Lending Locker: A Health and Physical Education Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Let's Get Visible! -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: Sharing Fitness Equipment With the Community -- Making Connections With the Community -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: The Lending Locker -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary Reflective Log -- Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- 4. The Hygiene Tree: A Consumer Education and Health Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: The Role of Rubrics -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: Personal Hygiene Products for the Homeless and the Needy -- Making Connections With the Community -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: The Hygiene Tree -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary Reflective Log -- Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- Part II: Intermediate Service Learning Projects -- 5. Reading Pals: A Language Arts and Life Skills Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety.Selecting the Service Learning Focus: Reading Partnerships With the Community -- Making Connections With the Community -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Storytelling in Nature -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: Reading Pals -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary Reflective Log -- Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- 6. The Soup Troop: A Health and Family Education Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: A Community Nutrition Project -- Making Connections With the Community -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Who's Got Rhythm? -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: The Soup Troop -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary Reflective Log -- Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- 7. Computer Tutors: An Instructional Technology and Language Arts Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: Computer Education Partnerships -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Analyze, Prioritize -- Making Connections With the Community -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners.Managing the Service Project: Computer Tutors -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary/Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- Part III: Advanced Service Learning Projects -- 8. The Voice of the People: A Social Studies and Library Technology Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: A Community-Government Communication Pipeline -- Making Connections With the Community -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: The Voice of the People -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Storyboarding the Project -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary/Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- 9. Community Vision: A Visual Arts and Library Technology Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio -- Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: A Community Art Program -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Here's What You Missed -- Working With a Community Partner -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: Community Vision -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary/Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- 10. Main Street Gardens: A Science and Visual Arts Service Learning Project -- Description of the Project -- Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio.Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Give Your Body a Break -- Selecting the Service Learning Focus: Planting Local Color in the Community -- Working With a Community Partner -- Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Visual Patterning -- Aligning Service and Educational Goals -- Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas -- Reciprocity: The Community of Learners -- Managing the Service Project: Main Street Gardens -- Fostering Reflective Learning -- Assessment and Evaluation -- Elementary/Middle School Reflective Log -- High School Reflective Log -- Document Templates -- Bibliography -- Index.Service learning offers students the unique opportunity to learn both in the classroom and in the real world. This exciting teaching strategy, detailed in Berman's second edition of Service Learning, motivates students to learn content information, processes, and skills while making authentic connections to their surrounding community. This valuable resource explains the benefits of service learning and provides a step-by-step guide for using the instructional model. It features nine service-learning projects that are broken down into basic, intermediate, and advanced levels. Each project features: - Strategies for aligning service and curricular goals - Tips for involving students in decision-making - Guidelines for managing different phases of the project - Activities that foster reflection and self-evaluation - Tips for differentiating by tapping into multiple intelligences In this single resource, teachers will find everything they need to successfully implement service learning projects, helping students gain deeper understandings of content while positively impacting their communities.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Science and Service Learning. by Newman, Jane L.; Sunal, Dennis W.(DLC)1808401; Szymanski Sunal, Cynthia.;
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Service Learning in the Community : The Cultural Implications of Positive Change. by Duncan, Joyce.; Taylor, Teresa Brooks.;
Cover -- Service Learning in the Community: The Cultural Implications of Positive Change -- Contents -- Introduction -- CHAPTER 1: The Foundations of Service Learning -- CHAPTER 2: Giving Something to Gain Something -- CHAPTER 3: Understanding the impact of Service Learning -- CHAPTER 4: How Cultural Differences and Understanding Come into Play -- CHAPTER 5: Understanding the Implications of Diversity -- Reflection -- Epilogue -- Bibliography -- Index -- Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Service learning;
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Service Learning [electronic resource] : A Guide to Planning, Implementing, and Assessing Student Projects by Berman, Sally.;
Cover; Dedication; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Sidebar Directory; Preface; About This Book; How to Use This Book; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Introduction; What Is Service Learning?; What Is the History of Service Learning?; Why Do Service Learning?; How Does Service Learning Work?; Who Are the Key Players in a Service Learning Project?; How Do Students Benefit From Service Learning?; 1. The Fundamentals of Service Learning as a Curriculum Model; How Does Service Learning Work?; Selecting the Need for Service; Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and SafetyFinding a Community PartnerReciprocity: The Community of Learners; Aligning Service and Educational Goals; Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Structuring Learning Teams; Managing the Project; Fostering Reflective Learning; Assessment and Evaluation in Service Learning; What About Challenges? How Can They Be Managed?; Using the Project Ideas in This Book; Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Managing the Management Plan; Part I: Basic Service Learning Projects; 2. Clean Streets, Green Streets: A Social Studies and Science Service Learning Project; Description of the ProjectKeeping Records and Building a PortfolioAssessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety; Selecting the Service Learning Focus: The Community Environment; Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Mapping Possibilities; Making Connections With the Community; Working With a Community Partner; Aligning Service and Educational Goals; Student Responsibilities and Curricular Areas; Reciprocity: The Community of Learners; Managing the Service Project: Clean Streets, Green Streets; Fostering Reflective Learning; Assessment and Evaluation; Elementary Reflective LogMiddle School Reflective LogHigh School Reflective Log; 3. The Lending Locker: A Health and Physical Education Service Learning Project; Description of the Project; Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio; Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: Let's Get Visible!; Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety; Selecting the Service Learning Focus: Sharing Fitness Equipment With the Community; Making Connections With the Community; Working With a Community Partner; Aligning Service and Educational Goals; Student Responsibilities and Curricular AreasReciprocity: The Community of LearnersManaging the Service Project: The Lending Locker; Fostering Reflective Learning; Assessment and Evaluation; Elementary Reflective Log; Middle School Reflective Log; High School Reflective Log; 4. The Hygiene Tree: A Consumer Education and Health Service Learning Project; Description of the Project; Tapping Into Multiple Intelligences: The Role of Rubrics; Keeping Records and Building a Portfolio; Assessing Risks: Establishing Protocols for Health and Safety; Selecting the Service Learning Focus: Personal Hygiene Products for the Homeless and the NeedyMaking Connections With the CommunityService learning offers students the unique opportunity to learn both in the classroom and in the real world. This exciting teaching strategy, detailed in Berman's second edition of Service Learning, motivates students to learn content information, processes, and skills while making authentic connections to their surrounding community.This valuable resource explains the benefits of service learning and provides a step-by-step guide for using the instructional model. It features nine service-learning projects that are broken down into basic, intermediate, and advanced levels.Each project featur
Subjects: Electronic books.; Active learning; Multiple intelligences; Project method in teaching.; Service learning -- United States.;
© 2015., Skyhorse Publishing,
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The Academic, Social, and Psychological Impacts of Service Learning. by Duncan, Joyce.; Taylor, Teresa Brooks.;
Cover -- The Academic, Social and Psychological Impacts of Service Learning -- Contents -- Introduction -- CHAPTER 1: Improving Social Welfare through Service Learning -- CHAPTER 2: Positive Implications on the Environment -- CHAPTER 3: Improving Education through Service Learning -- CHAPTER 4: Imparting Social Change -- CHAPTER 5: Global Citizenship and Service Learning -- Reflection -- Epilogue -- Bibliography -- Index -- Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Research on Student Civic Outcomes in Service Learning : Conceptual Frameworks and Methods. by Hatcher, Julie A.; Bringle, Robert G.; Hahn, Thomas W.;
Intro -- Research on Student Civic Outcomes in Service Learning -- COPYRIGHT © 2017 -- CONTENTS -- SERIES PREFACE -- PREFACE -- Part One: Service Learning and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 1.1: Introduction to Research on Service Learning and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 1.2: Student Civic Outcomes in Higher Education -- Chapter 1.3: Student Civic Learning Through Service Learning: Instru ctional Design and Research -- Part Two: Theoretical Frameworks for Research on Service Learning and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 2.1: Social Psychology and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 2.2: Political Theory and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 2.3: Educational Theory and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 2.4: Philanthropic Students and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 2.5: Well-Being and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 2.5: Critical Theories and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 2.7: Boundary Zones, Activity Theory, and Student Civic Outcomes -- Part Three: Conducting Research on Service Learning and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 3.1: Quantitative Research on Service Learning and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 3.2: Qualitative Research on Service Learning and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 3.3: Institutional Characteristics and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 3.4: Longitudinal Research and Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 3.5: Documenting and Gathering Authentic Evidence of Student Civic Outcomes -- Chapter 3.6: Using Local and National Datasets to Study Student Civic Outcomes -- About the Contributors -- Index -- Also available from Stylus.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Experiencing Service-Learning [electronic resource]. by Kronick, Robert F.(SAGE)1805815; Cunningham, Robert B.; Gourley, Michele.(SAGE)1606360;
Contents; Preface; Introduction; 1. Stepping into a New Culture; 2. Concept Learning: Thinking-Skill Level, Experiential Learning, and Action Theory; 3. Service-Learning in an Inner-City Elementary School; 4. Service-Learners Reflect; 5. Serving and Learning in Tegucigalpa; 6. Service Learning and Transformational Change; 7. Implementation Challenges; Conclusion; Appendix A. The Passion for Service: Where Does it Come From?; Appendix B. Service-Learning Project Examples; References; Index<div> A unique resource for students and professors alike, this book reveals the important practical, educational, and emotional benefits provided by college programs that allow students to help others through service work in inner-city classrooms, clinics, and other challenging environments. Filled with vivid first-person reflections by students, <i>Experiencing Service-Learning</i> emphasizes learning by doing, getting into the field, sharing what one sees with colleagues, and interpreting what one learns.<br><br>As the authors make clear, service-learning is not a spectator sport. It takes
Subjects: Electronic books.; Active learning; Experiential learning; Service learning; Service learning; Social service;
© 2011., University of Tennessee Press,
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Research on Service Learning : Conceptual Frameworks and Assessments: Students and Faculty. by Bringle, Robert G.; Hatcher, Julie A.; Clayton, Patti H.;
Intro -- Research on Service Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Assessment, Volume 2A: Students and Faculty -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Part One: Orientation to Research on Service Learning -- Chapter 1.1: Research on Service Learning: An Introduction -- Chapter 1.2: Attributes of High-Quality Research on Service Learning -- Part Two: Research on Students and Service Learning -- Chapter 2.1: Research and Theoretical Perspectives on Cognitive Outcomes of Service Learning -- Chapter 2.2: Conceptualizing, Assessing, and Investigating Academic Learning in Service Learning -- Chapter 2.3: Civic Learning Through Service Learning: Conceptual Frameworks and Research -- Chapter 2.4: Investigating Personal Development Outcomes in Service Learning: Theory and Research -- Chapter 2.5: Framing and Assessing Students' Intercultural Competence in Service Learning -- Part Three: Research on Faculty and Service Learning -- Chapter 3.1: Investigating Faculty Development for Service Learning -- Chapter 3.2: Research on Faculty Motivations for Service Learning and Community Engagement -- Chapter 3.3: Theoretical Perspectives and Research on Faculty Learning in Service Learning -- About the Contributors -- Index.The purpose of this work is to improve service learning research and practice through strengthening its theoretical base. The authors bring theoretical perspectives from a wide variety of disciplines to bear as they critically review past research, describe assessment methods and instruments, develop future research agendas, and consider implications of theory-based research for enhanced practice.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Service learning..; Service learning -- Research.;
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EService-Learning : Creating Experiential Learning and Civic Engagement Through Online and Hybrid Courses. by Strait, Jean R.; Nordyke, Katherine.; Furco, Andrew.;
Intro -- eSERVICE-LEARNING Creating Experiential Learning and Civic Engagement Through Online and Hybrid Courses -- COPYRIGHT -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- PART ONE ESSENTIALS, COMPONENTS , AND NUTS AND BOLTS OF eSERVICE-LEARNING -- PEDAGOGY OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, HIGH-IMPACT PRACTICES, AND eSERVICE-LEARNING -- 2 eSERVICE-LEARNING -- 3 DEVELOPING AN eSERVICE-LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR ONLINE COURSES -- 4 SUPPORTING eSERVICE-LEARNING THROUGH TECHNOLOGY -- PART TWO MODELS FOR eSERVICE-LEARNING -- 5 HYBRID I -- 6 HYBRID II -- 7 HYBRID III: EACH ONE, TEACH ONE -- 8 HYBRID IV: EXTREME eSERVICE-LEARNING -- 9 MIXED HYBRID: HYBRID I AND HYBRID III eSERVICE-LEARNING -- PART THREE NEXT STEPS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS -- 10 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY FOR A MORE RELEVANT HIGHER EDUCATION -- 11 CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, AND FINAL THOUGHTS -- EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEX -- Also available from Stylus.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Service learning--Technological innovations.;
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