5 edition of Service learning found in the catalog.
Margit Misangyi Watts
Includes bibliographical references (p. 59).
|Statement||Margit Misangyi Watts.|
|Series||Student orientation series|
|LC Classifications||LC220.5 .W38 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 59 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||2006286811|
2 What Does Service-Learning Involve? At BCC, service-learning is defined as an unpaid, credit- bearing, course-specific educational experience in which students participate for a minimum of ten hours during the semester. The service-learning placement must meet actual community needs and requires reflection on the service activity that furthers your understanding of course content, broadens yourFile Size: 3MB. The careful research and thoughtful commentary provide a wealth of insights about service-learning and how best to do it." -- Michigan Journal of "It is hard to overstate the importance of this book to the field/5.
Service learning is a more student-centered approach than other forms of community service, such as volunteering. The focus is on student experiences, and the entire service project is designed around providing as much education as possible every step of the way. Most kinds of community service help the community more than the person providing Author: Laney Kennedy. Rich in theory and practice, the book combines community service with differentiated curriculum-based learning to meet the academic and social needs of young children in meaningful ways. Sample lesson plans are based on tested classroom projects and correlated to national service learning, Head Start, and core content standards.
Although service-learning programs can have diverse theoretical roots, faculty who engage their students in service-learning may not be be cognizant of alternatives to the one they adopt. This book presents not only a historical perspective, but it also debates the theories and issues surrounding the conflicts inherent in those theories. One theory, based on a philanthropic model, engages 5/5(1). Members of the award committee praised the book’s “well-articulated rationale for service learning as well as practical advice for teachers interested in implementing service learning in their courses.” According to Winston, “The book is a resource for practical ideas and a challenging work of literary analysis.”.
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The Complete Guide Service learning book Service Learning: Proven, Practical Ways to Engage Students in Civic Responsibility, Academic Curriculum, & Social Action (Free Spirit Professional™) Second Edition, Revised, Book with Digital ContentCited by: The Service-Learning - Student s Guide & Journal is a useful resource for any Service-Learning program such as: Environmental Programs, Tutoring and Mentoring Projects, helping the Author: Robert Max Schoenfeld.
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A treasury of activities, ideas, and resources, The Complete Guide to Service Learning can help teachers and youth workers engage young hearts and minds in reaching out and giving back/5.
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/5(2).
This project-based guide is a blueprint for service learning—from getting started to assessing the experience—and integrates the K–12 Service-Learning Standards for Quality Practice.
It provides ideas for incorporating literacy into service learning and suggestions for creating a culture of service/5(36). Service Learning: A Guide to Planning, Implementing, and Assessing Student Projects presents an instructional strategy that invites students to learn content information, processes, and skills while performing and reflecting on authentic community service.
The book features nine service-learning projects and includes step-by-step instructions. Service learning is grounded in experiential education—learning by doing. Service learning differs from “pure” experiential learning in two essential ways: (1) The Service learning book of service learning is to direct the learners into practical settings where the primary motivation is service, and (2) learning takes place in two ways—as students take part in the experience and as they reflect upon.
SERVICE-LEARNING HANDBOOK 5 SERVICE-LEARNING DIPLOMA The Service-Learning Diploma is a locally-developed, official recognition program designed to recognize high school students who are committed to serving their community.
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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 ed on: Service-Learning Projects Based on all of our workshops, every month we come up with a new service learning project based on what is happening locally and globally.
Students learn about an issue that is affecting the world, talk about the feelings that they would be experiencing in a similar situation, foster empathy for those affected, and then come up with an idea for how they can on: Sherman Oaks, CA Book December Service learning is a form of active learning that integrates meaningful service to the community with academic study and reflective learning.
In service learning, the Author: Ruksana Osman. This book provides a compelling vision and concrete steps for moving forward in new directions. It is a unique and important contribution to the service-learning literature and one that has the potential to change the discussion about and the future of service learning.
In the end, The Unheard Voices will make our programs more effective"/5(6). "This book presents the most recent theory, research, and practice on service learning as it relates to early childhood education. It describes several service learning programs, many of which were developed to better prepare pre-service teachers for the challenges they face in today's early childhood classrooms, including class size, ever-changing technology, diversity, high-stakes testing Author: Marietta Frank.
Community engagement pedagogies, often called “service learning,” are ones that combine learning goals and community service in ways that Author: Rhett Mcdaniel. “Service-learning is a teaching method that combines community service with academic instruction as it focuses on critical, reflective thinking and civic responsibility.” ~servicelearning/facstaff/File Size: 31KB.
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Create your own unique textbook aligned with your syllabus and course objectives. The purpose of the book is to walk the reader through elements of learning and serving by focusing on how students can 'best provide meaningful service to a community agency or organization while simultaneously gaining new skills, knowledge, and understanding as an integrated aspect of the [student's] academic program.' [The authors] bring Brand: Stylus Publishing.
Although service-learning programs can have diverse theoretical roots, faculty who engage their students in service-learning may not be be cognizant of alternatives to the one they adopt.
This book presents not only a historical perspective, but it also debates the theories and issues surrounding the conflicts inherent in those theories.4/5(2). This book reviews the theory, research, and practice behind service learning, establishing it as an effective pedagogy that can help psychology departments meet the five key learning goals outlined in the Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major:Pages:.
Resource Description Battistoni, R. M. (). Civic engagement across the curriculum: A resource book for service-learning faculty in all disciplines. Providence, RI: Campus Compact.
This volume offers faculty in all disciplines rationales and resources for connecting their service-learning efforts to the broader goals of civic engagement. It provides concrete examples of.therefore, can be used to spark an interest in service learning projects across grade levels for gifted students.
Following are some suggested children’s books with ideas as to how they might be incorporated into the curriculum to address 21st century learning skills through service learning. Book File Size: KB.Faculty may find some of the following resources useful for introducing a class to service-learning and civic engagement.
Have a reading or resource you’d like to add? Email [email protected] Thanks! Articles and Web Pages. Civic Work, Civic Lessons: Two Generations Reflect on Public Service; To Hell with Good Intentions (Ivan Illich).