Service Learning

  title={Service Learning},
  author={Richard J. Kraft},
  journal={Education and Urban Society},
  pages={131 - 159}
Strengthening Families Through Volunteerism: Integrating Family Volunteerism and Family Life Education
This article builds on increasing interest in family volunteering by presenting it as a family life education tool for strengthening relationships and family functioning. In this context, family
Multicultural education and social justice actions
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"A Spirit of Service:" Conceptualizing Service in Learning through the Preparation for Social Action (PSA) Program in Uganda
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The Service-Learning and Art Education
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Service-learning outcomes at a faith-based institution of higher education.
SERVICE-LEARNING OUTCOMES AT A FAITH-BASED INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION Amy L. Doolittle November 21, 2006 This quantitative dissertation examines outcomes of a required servicelearning program at
Benefits and Challenges of Service-learning in Tennessee 4-H Youth Development: A Delphi Study
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Pedagogical effects of service-learning in a human exceptionality course: A comparison of two approaches
Service-learning. as a pedagogical approach for increasing social responsibility in students. has increasingly gained acceptance in higher education. With its emphasis on reflection and reciprocity.
The Impact of Service-Learning on Participants in Community-Based Organizations
Research questions examined variables addressing the impact of service-learning on participants in community-based organizations during the 1997 summer session. The researcher set out to determine