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Service-Learning Companion,9780618758982

Service-Learning Companion

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Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780618758982

ISBN10:
0618758984
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/16/2007
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

More and more, students, instructors, and institutions are seeing how service learning--a means of combining community service with academic education--enhances the studies, careers, and overall lives of students as they work toward becoming civic-minded citizens and leaders. Service-Learning Companion provides guidance to students who have enrolled in a program with a service-learning component, or a special individual course that focuses on service learning. Its versatile structure allows instructors to implement it as a companion to a main text or to use it as a stand-alone text. Concise and affordable, this text provides clear definitions of service learning terminology, a theoretical foundation, a step-by-step process of implementation and assessment, and specific examples. Hands-on exercises that allow students to respond to real-life situations and practice their responses in the classroom prepare them to perform effectively in communities.

Table of Contents

What Is Service-Learning?
Defining Service-Learning
Service-Learning at a Glance
Commitment to Community Partnership
Learning and Academic Rigor Intentional
Reflective Thinking Practice of Civic Responsibility
The Kolb Experiential Learning Cycle
Practicing Service-Learning
Course-Embedded Service-Learning
Other Service-LearningOptions
Why Do Service-Learning?
Becoming Good Citizens
Preparing to Live as Citizens in Community
The Value and Virtue of Citizenship
Service-Learning in the Aristotelian
Tradition Levels of Engaged Citizenship
A Personal Case of Engagement Leadership
Conflict Resolution, and Teamwork
Avoiding Stereotypes, Acknowledging Privilege, and Embracing Diversity
Social Change Wheel
Preparing for Your Future
Transferable Skills and Intentional Learning
Academic and Cognitive Abilities
Social and Interpersonal Skills
Finding Your Calling Career Understanding
Work Preparedness, and Equipped for the Future (EFF) Skills
How Does Service-Learning Work?
Participating in an Integrated Experience
Roles of Service-Learning Participants
Campus Facilitators, Community Partners, and Students
Identifying Learning Objectives and Outcomes
Organizing for Service-Learning Success
The CARC Learning Cycle
Contemplation, Action, Reflection, and Commitment
Contemplation Action Reflection Commitment
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