Reference Education Methods and Theories Learning Theories Inquiry Based Learning Service Learning
Service learning is a method in which students learn through organized service to meet community needs. It helps foster civic responsibility and includes structured time for students to reflect on their service experiences. The combination of active participation with reflection on experience is typical of inquiry-based learning.
The International Partnership for Service-Learning (IPS-L)
Information, events and how to join this incorporated not-for-profit organization serving colleges, universities, service agencies and related organizations around the world by fostering programs that link community service and academic study.
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL)
Academic journal containing papers written by faculty and service-learning educators on research, theory, pedagogy, and issues pertinent to the service-learning community.
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
Service-learning resources, research, events, and technical assistance for higher education, schools, tribal nations, and community-based organizations.
Need in Deed
This non-profit organization works with students, educators and community organizations to prepare youth for civic responsibility and service to others. Our goal is to enable youth to become agents for change-capable, contributing members of their community.
Service Learning Programs on Community College Campuses
Full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name dealing with service learning programs on community college campuses. [PDF]
Service-Learning and Teacher Education
Provides full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name dealing with service-learning and teacher education. [PDF]
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