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Author Cooksey, M. A
Title Quick Hits for Service-Learning : Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers
Imprint Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2010
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Note Cover -- Contents -- Indiana Campus Compact Directors' Welcome -- Welcome to Quick Hits for Service-Learning -- Editors' Introduction -- 1 The Education of Children and Youth -- Meeting the needs of children -- From community service to service-learning -- Discovering self in serving others -- Preparing for the future -- Learning to Read and Reading to Learn -- Understanding play at The Discovery Center -- The schools and community project -- A service-learning model for pre-service teacher preparation -- Reaching children and families of natural disasters through service-learning -- Inventing pedagogy and methods: opportunities for service and learning in the preparation of pre-service teachers for urban classrooms -- Meeting the challenge of implementing service-learning with in-service teachers -- Encouraging youth philanthropy -- Learning to teach through serving others -- The Stories Project: Nurturing creativity and literacy through storymaking -- 2 Civic Awareness, Engagement, and Activism -- Teaching policy advocacy through service-learning -- Service-learning has a statewide impact on sexual violence -- Trash bags to hand bags: An ecological service-learning project -- Finding one's voice through policy advocacy projects -- Notes from the field(s): From pulling up weeds to putting down roots in the community -- Learning from the unintentional outcomes -- Service-learning course in philosophy -- Service-learning for mathematics education in the public interest -- Service-learning for criminal justice majors with a minor in Africana Studies -- Community social service projects: A service-learning model for community action -- 3 Language, Literature, and Communication -- Enriching arts & humanities through service-learning -- Ecocritical service-learning in the first year composition classroom
Stepping out: Crossing the classroom/community threshold -- Creating and maintaining a service-learning program: ROARing for a decade -- Professional readiness: Service-learning projects as preparation for the field experience -- Connecting to community in a public speaking course -- Implementing the mission: Service-learning in the community -- Creating a companion course for a university-based youth outreach program -- Service-learning and the first-year experience -- 4 Global Studies and Local Outreach to Exceptional Populations -- International Service-learning (ISL): Creating an intersession social work course in India -- Internship/service-learning experience in Belize -- Learning through service in a global context: The Malawi study abroad -- Connections: Linking global service-learning to local communities through academic coursework -- Developing a resource manual for new immigrants -- Learning beyond the classroom: A Spanish for the Professions course -- Matching student presentations to the nature of service-learning work -- Partnering with the community to bridge the language classroom to the Latino population -- Service-learning in post-Katrina New Orleans -- Service-learning partnerships with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community -- Community Connections: A community outreach intergenerational andmulticultural opportunity for service-learning -- Students educating the community to address a public health concern:The Alzheimer's Safe Return™ Collaborative -- 5 The Study of History, the Social Sciences, and the Arts -- Hands of time project -- Integrating service-learning into a social work cultural diversity course -- Reinventing the Settlement House: Using a social work program toprovide campus-wide service-learning opportunities -- UGIVE: An intergenerational service-learning program
The profession of social work through service-learning -- Service-learning: A sociological experience -- A better place: Community resource development through service-learning -- Housing and quality of life: Student interviews with farm worker families -- Photovoice Project -- Increasing cultural competency through refugee focused servicelearningprojects: Bringing the world home -- Confronting poverty's impact on the community -- The importance of competencies to alumni of the Sociology/Anthropology department -- The healing power of music -- Perceptual changes through teaching others -- 6 Business, Industry, and the Health Sciences -- Increasing students' awareness of varying socioeconomic classes and the influence of the U.S. income tax system -- Service-learning in the tax curriculum -- Managing to achieve the moment -- Community service-learning with student team consulting projects -- Service-learning in Project Management -- Reaching and teaching: Bringing health concepts to life -- The Happy Teeth Sealant Clinic: Engaging students, schools and community -- Service-learning creates epiphanies in a general studies HIV/AIDS course -- Evaluation of a campus: Community partnership to promote wellness and interestin health careers among older rural elementary school children -- Incorporating service-learning in an interdisciplinary medical ethics course -- designBUILD Studio: A case study in forming collaborative service-learning initiatives -- Designing change -- How we made things better in medical education: From service delivery to service- learning -- 7 The Teaching of Research and Other "Tools of the Trade" -- Providing RefWorks training for the university library -- Teaching research skills through service-learning -- Qualitative methods in the service of learning
Collaborating with community partners on course design: From inception to delivery to follow-up -- Effective service-learning reflection: Harnessing the power of Bloom's taxonomy -- Strategies and techniques for implementing community-based research service-learning projects inadvanced courses in areas of study that are not traditionally related to public service -- Checklists for an "all-or-nothing" service-learning project -- Successful integration of a university service-learning class into a community coalition -- Creating an engaged program: The benefits of service integration across the curriculum -- Involving undergraduate students in community-based research -- The research partnership model -- Service-learning in the United States history survey course -- Teaching the temporal dimension of service-learning projects -- The art of service-learning discourse -- Contributors -- Index
Service-learning, the integration of classroom instruction with community service projects, is rapidly gaining momentum as a successful teaching and learning strategy that benefits both students and their communities. Quick Hits for Service-Learning presents more than 80 examples of innovative curricula, developed by educators in a wide range of disciplines, designed to combine community service with instruction and reflection. Seven chapters offer tips for classroom activities that focus on the education of children and youth; civic awareness, engagement, and activism; language, literature, and communication; global studies and local outreach to exceptional populations; the study of history, the social sciences, and the arts; business, industry, and the health sciences; and the teaching of research and other "tools of the trade." Brimming with ideas that busy faculty members can easily adapt to their own classrooms, this book is a valuable reference for faculty new to the field or seasoned practitioners looking for fresh ideas
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Cooksey, M. A. Quick Hits for Service-Learning : Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers Bloomington : Indiana University Press,c2010 9780253223302
Subject Community and school.;Service learning
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Alt Author Olivares, Kimberly T
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