This monograph is an attempt to bring together the best recent work in the field to assist teacher educators in developing successful service-learning in their programs and to promote policies and procedures that will foster successful service-learning activities at the local, state, and national levels. Part 1: qTheory, Research, and Foundational Issuesq includes chapters entitled qService-Learning: An Essential Process for Preparing Teachers as Transformational Leaders in the Reform of Public Educationq (Carol Myers and Terry Pickeral); qSchool-Based Service: A Review of Research for Teacher Educatorsq (Susan C. Root); qService-Learning and Evaluation: An Inseparable Processq (Robert Shumer); qService-Learning Professional Development for Experienced Teachersq (Don Hill and Denise Clark Pope); and qTeacher Education and Service-Learning: A Critical Perspectiveq (Robert Shumer). Part 2: qDiverse Perspectives of Service-Learning and Teacher Educationq includes chapters entitled: qIntroduction to Part 2q (Joseph A. Erickson); qWorking with Preservice Teachers to Improve Service-Learning: A Master Teacher's Perspectiveq (Christine Hunstiger Keithahn); qA Recent Teacher Education Graduate's View of Service-Learningq (Theresa J. H. Magelssen); qA K-12 Administrator's Perspectiveq (Mary J. Syfax Noble); qA Service Recipient's Perspectiveq (Janet Salo, with Susan O'Connor); qCollaborating with the Community: A Campus-Based Teacher Educator's Storyq (Rahima C. Wade) and qTurtle Island Project: Service-Learning in Native Communitiesq (John Guffey). Part 3: qModels for the Integration of Service-Learning and Teacher Educationq includes chapters entitled: qIntroduction to Part 3q (Jeffrey B. Anderson); qJames Madison Universityq (Diane Fuqua); qKentucky State Universityq (Carole A. Cobb); qClark Atlanta Universityq (William H. Denton); qValparaiso Universityq (Jose Arredondo); qAlverno Collegeq (Julie A. Stoffels); qGustavus Adolphus Collegeq (Carolyn O'Grady); qWashington State Universityq (Gerald H. Maring); qCalifornia State University-San Marcosq (Joseph F. Keating); qMankato State Universityq (Darrol Bussler); qClemson Universityq (Carol Weatherford, Marty Duckenfield, and Janet Wright); qAugsburg Collegeq (Vicki L. Olson and Susan O'Connor); qUniversity of Iowaq (Rahima Wade); Ryan); qSeattle Universityq (Jeffrey B. Anderson); qProvidence Collegeq (Jane Callahan and Lynne Ryan). (Contains seven figures, an annotated bibliography, and an appendix, which includes a list of service-learning resources and contributors.) (LH)On the second level of application and reflection, they complete, by the end of the course, a service-learning reflective essay and ... Learning-community members place these units and essays on the World Wide Web. ... For example, the guidelines for writing the service-learning reflection essay conclude with the following: Content and Writing Evaluation A. CONTENT -- Each of the 182 Teacher Education.
|Title||:||Learning with the Community|
|Author||:||Joseph Arthur Erickson, Jeffrey B. Anderson|
|Publisher||:||Stylus Publishing, LLC. - 1997-01-01|