Autor/en: John R. Maass
The Essence of the Pedagogy (PB).
Herausgegeben von Shelley H. Billig, Andrew Furco
Information Age Publishing
5. September 2000 - kartoniert - 300 Seiten
A comprehensive exploration of service-learning, this book is divided into five parts: background; theoretical approaches to understanding service-learning; methodological approaches to studying service-learning; impacts and outcomes of service-learning; and epilogue.
Part I: Background. K-H Service-Learning Research: Essence and Issues, Shelley H. Billig, RMC Research Corporation, Denver. K-12 Community Service and Service Learning: What Good Are They?, Ivor Pritchard, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education. Part II: Theoretical Approaches to Understanding Service-Learning. An Application of Developmental Theory to Service-Learning, Elizabeth Hill Warter and Jennifer M. Grossman, Boston College. The Essential Roles of Knowledge and Theory in Service-Learning Program Design and Evaluation, Donald B. Yarbrough and Rahima Wade, University of lowa. Theories Gulding Outcomes for Action Research for Service-Learning, Jean J. Schensul, Institute for Community Research, Hartford, Connecticut. Part III: Methodological Approaches to Studying Service-Learning. Integrating Assessment and Evaluation into the Curriculum, Robert Shumer, University of Minnesota. Integrating Higher Education Research and Program Design within the Service-Learning Experience: Methodological Considerations, Luciana Lagana and Maureen Rubin, California State University, Northridge. Beyond Surveys: Using the problem solving interview to assess the impact of service-learning on understanding and critical thinking, Janet Eyler, Vanderbilt University and Dwight Giles, University of Massachusetts- Boston. Part IV: Impacts and Outcomes of Service-Learning. Impact of Service-Learning on Civic Attitudes and Behaviors of Middle and High School Youth: Findings from Three National Evaluations, Alan Melchior and Lawrence Neil Bailis, Brandeis University. Is Service-Learning Really Better than Community Service?: A Comparative Analysis of Community Service, Service-Learning, and Internship Activities and the Educational Development of High School Students, Andrew Furco, University of California- Berkeley. Why is Implementing Service-Learning so Challenging? Professional Learning Community in K-12 Schools and the Role of Deep Structure, James Toole, Compass Institute. Service-Learning in Teacher Education: A Consideration of Qualitative and Quantitative Outcomes, Susan Root, Alma College, Jane Caliahan, Providence College, and Jungsywan Sepanski, Central Michigan University. Part V: Epilogue. Future Directions: Where Do We Go From Here?, Andrew Furco, University of California-Berkeley and Shelley H. Billig, RMC Research Corporation, Denver.