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Author Cress, Christine M
Title Democratic Dilemmas of Teaching Service-Learning : Curricular Strategies for Success
Imprint Sterling : Stylus Publishing, LLC, 2011
©2011
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Note Cover -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- INTRODUCTION: COMPETING DEMOCRATIC VALUES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING -- PART ONE: DEMOCRATIC DILEMMAS OF TEACHING SERVICE-LEARNING -- 1. THE NATURE OF TEACHING AND LEARNING DILEMMAS: Democracy in the Making -- 2. BANNING BOOKS TO PROTECT CHILDREN: Clashing Perspectives in Service-Learning -- 3. SOLIDARITY, NOT CHARITY: Issues of Privilege in Service-Learning -- PART TWO: DESIGNING SERVICE-LEARNING COURSES FOR DEMOCRATIC OUTCOMES -- 4. PEDAGOGICAL AND EPISTEMOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO SERVICE-LEARNING: Connecting Academic Content to Community Service -- 5. STUDENT OBJECTION TO SERVICE-LEARNING: A Teachable Moment About Political and Community Engagement -- 6. PRACTICE MAKES IMPERFECT: Service-Learning for Political Engagement as a Window Into the Challenges of Political Organizing -- 7. MODELING CITIZENSHIP: The Nexus of Knowledge and Skill -- PART THREE: CREATING DEMOCRATIC LEARNING COMMUNITIES WITHIN AND WITHOUT -- 8. CONSENSUS, COLLABORATION, AND COMMUNITY: Mutually Exclusive Ideals? -- 9. CULTIVATING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN A GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATION AND A UNIVERSITY -- 10. NEGOTIATING STUDENT EXPECTATIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS OF SERVICE-LEARNING -- 11. SERVICE-LEARNING IS LIKE LEARNING TO WALK: Baby Steps to Cultural Competence -- PART FOUR: DECONSTRUCTING DILEMMAS FOR DEMOCRATICALLY CENTERED LEARNING -- 12. CONFLICT AS A CONSTRUCTIVE CURRICULAR STRATEGY -- 13. WHY ARE YOU SO MAD?: Critical Multiculturalist Pedagogies and Mediating Racial Conficts in Community-Based Learning -- 14. WORKING WITH HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTS: Service-Learning Illustrations of Power and Privilege -- 15. DEMOCRATIC LESSONS IN FAITH, SERVICE, AND SEXUALITY -- PART FIVE: ACADEMIC DISCIPLINES AS DIMENSIONS OF DEMOCRACY -- 16. DISCIPLINARY KNOWLEDGE, SERVICE-LEARNING, AND CITIZENSHIP
17. WHY SHOULD I CARE?: Introducing Service-Learning and Political Engagement to Computer Science Students -- 18. POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDENTS AND THE DISENGAGED POLIS: Civic Education and Its Discontents -- 19. HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY AND POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT: The Why and How -- 20. TO REFORM OR TO EMPOWER?: Asian American Studies and Education for Critical Consciousness -- PART SIX: EVALUATING DEMOCRATIC PROCESS AND PROGRESS -- 21. ASSESSMENT OF EXPECTED AND UNEXPECTED SERVICE-LEARNING OUTCOMES -- 22. EXPECTING THE POLITICAL, GETTING THE INTERVIEW: How Students (Do Not) See Writing as a Political Act -- 23. ADDRESSING POLICY DILEMMAS WITH COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH AND ASSESSING STUDENT OUTCOMES -- 24. SERVICE-LEARNING FOR A DEMOCRATIC FUTURE -- CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEX -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- V -- W -- Y
Addresses the teaching dilemmas that instructors and students encounter in service-learning courses. Recognising that teaching, in general, and service-learning, in particular, are inherently political, this book faces up to the resulting predicaments that inevitably arise in the classroom
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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: Cress, Christine M. Democratic Dilemmas of Teaching Service-Learning : Curricular Strategies for Success Sterling : Stylus Publishing, LLC,c2011 9781579224301
Subject Service learning -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States.;Democracy and education -- United States.;Critical pedagogy -- United States
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Alt Author Donahue, David M
Erlich, Thomas
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