Teacher Education, Community Service Learning and Student Efficacy for Community Engagement

@article{Butcher2003TeacherEC,
  title={Teacher Education, Community Service Learning and Student Efficacy for Community Engagement},
  author={Jude Butcher and Peter T Howard and Elizabeth LaBone and Michael Bailey and Susan GROUNDWATER SMITH and Mark McFadden and Marilyn Mcmeniman and Karen Malone and Kay Martinez},
  journal={Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education},
  year={2003},
  volume={31},
  pages={109 - 124}
}
The diversity of student backgrounds and the increasing number of school students from low socio-economic areas requires teachers to have an understanding of students' worlds and to be committed to social justice both within school structures and curriculum as well as in the life of the wider community. In this context, community service learning for teacher education students is becoming increasingly important. Social engagement with marginalised people, however, such as that experienced… 
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