Deconstructing Service-learning: Research Exploring Context, Participation, and Impacts (Google eBook)

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Shelley Billig, Janet Eyler
IAP, Jan 1, 2003 - Education - 276 pages
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This work looks at service learning. It cover such topics as: challenges for service-learning research; enhancing theory-based research on service learning; dilemmas of service learning teachers; the diffusion of academic service learning in teacher education; and more.
  

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Contents

Enhancing TheoryBased Research on ServicedLearning
3
The Influence of Context
23
The Missing Link Exploring the Context of Learning in ServiceLearning
25
Dilemmas of ServicedLearning Teachers
51
Institutionalization of ServiceLearning
75
The Diffusion of Academic ServiceLearning in Teacher Education
77
The Sustaining Factors of ServiceLearning at a National Leader School A Case Study
103
The Role of Community in ServiceLearning
123
Using Written Protocols in Measure ServiceLearning Outcomes
171
Service and Motivation to Serve An Exploration and Model
195
ServiceLearning and Resilience in Disaffected Youth A Research Study
213
The State of the Field
239
ServiceLearning Internationally Developing a Global Civil Society
241
The State of the Field
251
The State of ServiceLearning and ServiceLearning Research
253
About the Authors
265

Finding the Community in ServiceLearning Research The 3 Model
125
Ethical Relationships in ServiceLearning Outcomes
147
Impact of ServiceLearning on Students
169

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About the author (2003)

Eyler is associate professor of the practice of education at Vanderbilt University.

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