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Author Bringle, Robert G
Title International Service Learning : Conceptual Frameworks and Research
Imprint Sterling : Stylus Publishing, LLC, 2010
©2011
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Descript 1 online resource (420 pages)
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Series IUPUI Series on Service Learning Research Ser. ; v.1
IUPUI Series on Service Learning Research Ser
Note COVER -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- PART ONE: CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS FOR INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- 1. INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- 2. THE CONTEXT FOR INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING: An Invisible Revolution Is Underway -- 3. A 360-DEGREE VIEW OF INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- 4. NEW LINES OF INQUIRY IN REFRAMING INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING INTO GLOBAL SERVICE LEARNING -- PART TWO: HOW COURSE DESIGN CAN INFORM RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- 5. AN ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAMS -- 6. OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING: A Visual Approach to Sharing Authority, Community Development, and Global Learning -- 7. SERVICE LEARNING AS LOCAL LEARNING: The Importance of Context -- 8. RESEARCH ON AND THROUGH REFLECTION IN INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- PART THREE: CONDUCTING RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- 9. A RESEARCH AGENDA FOR INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- 10. WHAT INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING RESEARCH CAN LEARN FROM RESEARCH ON SERVICE LEARNING -- 11. WHAT INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING RESEARCH CAN LEARN FROM RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL LEARNING -- 12. QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES TO RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING: Design, Measurement, and Theory -- 13. QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING: Concepts, Characteristics, Methods, Approaches, and Best Practices -- 14. ETHICAL ISSUES IN RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- PART FOUR: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE -- 15. A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE ON NORTH AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LEARNING -- ABOUT THE AUTHORS -- INDEX -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y -- Z
Borrows from the domains of service learning, study abroad, and international education to create a new high-impact pedagogy, with the potential to improve students' academic attainment, contribute to their personal growth, and develop global civic outcomes
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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: Bringle, Robert G. International Service Learning : Conceptual Frameworks and Research Sterling : Stylus Publishing, LLC,c2010 9781579223380
Subject Service learning.;Service learning -- Research.;Education and globalization
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Alt Author Hatcher, Julie A
Jones, Steven G
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