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New Perspectives in Service Learning

Research to Advance the Field


Edited by:
Andrew Furco, University of California-Berkeley
Shelley H. Billig, RMC Research Corp., Denver

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A volume in the series: Advances in Service-Learning Research. Editor(s): Virginia M. Jagla, National Louis University.

Published 2006

CONTENTS
Acknowledgments. Introduction. Marshall Welch and Shelley H. Billig. Part I: Foundations. Chapter 1: Service-Learning and the Development of Democratic Universities, Democratic Schools, and Democratic Societies in the 21st Century. LIra Harkavy. Chapter 2: Adding Rigor to Service-Learning Research: An Armchair Economists’ Approach. Andrea L. Ziegert and Kim Marie McGoldrick. Part II: Impact of Service-Learning. Chapter 3: A Framework for Assessing the Effects of Academic Service-Learning Across Disciplines. Malu Roldan, Amy Strage, and Debra David. Chapter 4: The Impact of K-12 School-Based Service-Learning on Academic Achievement and Student Engagement in Michigan. Stephen Meyer, Shelley H. Billig, and Linda Hofschire. Chapter 5: The Long-Term Effects of Undergraduate Service-Learning Programs on Post-Graduate Employment Choices, Community Engagement, and Civic Leadership. Judith Warchal and Ana Ruiz. Chapter 6: Effects of Intercultural Service-Learning Experiences on Intellectual Development and Intercultural Sensitivity. Peggy Fitch. Chapter 7: Service-Learning Taken to a New Level Through Community-Based Research: A Win-Win for Campus and Community. Brenda Marsteller Kowalewski. Part III: Institutionalization of Service-Learning. Chapter 8: Teacher Perceptions on Implementing Schoolwide Service-Learning. Patricia J. Mintz and A.J. Abramovitz. Chapter 9: Faculty Engagement in Service-Learning: Individual and Organizational Factors at Distinct Institutional Types. Meaghan Mundy. Chapter 10: Institutionalizing Service-Learning Across the University: International Comparisons. Sherril Gelmon, Ann Sherman, Marla Gaudet, Carol Mitchell, and Kirsten Trotter. Part IV: Reflections on Today and Tomorrow. Chapter 11: Service Learning as Civically-Engaged Scholarship: Challenges and Strategies in Higher Education and K–12 Settings. Shelley H. Billig and Marshall Welch.



RELATED CATEGORIES
> Service Learning
> Social Context of Education



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Advancing Knowledge in Service-Learning: Research to Transform the Field

Deconstructing Service-Learning: Research Exploring Context, Participation, and Impacts

Improving Service-Learning Practice: Research on Models to Enhance Impacts

Service Learning: The Essence of the Pedagogy

Service Learning Through a Multidisciplinary Lens

From Passion to Objectivity: International and Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Service-Learning Research

Scholarship for Sustaining Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

Creating Our Identities in Service-Learning and Community Engagement

Research for What?: Making Engaged Scholarship Matter

Understanding Service-Learning and Community Engagement: Crossing Boundaries through Research

Transforming Teacher Education through Service-Learning




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