Half Title Page.
About the Editors.
About the Contributors.
Introduction Community-Engaged, Community-Based Learning Approaches: We Serve to Learn and Learn to Serve.
Foundations of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement.
1: Developing Practitioner-Scholars for the Future of Community Engagement.
2: A Theory of Practical Beauty for Service-Learning and Public-Engaged Scholarship.
3: Virtue Ethics: Foundation for Civic Engagement and Service-Learning.
4: Infusing Ethical Decision Making into Service-Learning Experiences.
5: Epistemologies of Ignorance: Foundation for Community Engagement.
6: An Overview of Academic Community-Based Learning Approaches.
7: Redefining Service-Learning for the Purpose of Social Change Within Education.
8: The Power of Student Activism: Teaching Social Justice in Middle School.
9: Critical Service-Learning and Social Justice: A Holistic Curriculum.
10: Construyendo Comunidad: Developing a Bicultural and Bilingual Framework for Community Building.
11: Critical Democratic Citizenship: A Learning Outcome Model to Support Engaging for Justice.
Using and Applying Civic Engagement.
12: Attention and Action: The Southwest Florida Paradigm for Community-Engaged Scholarship.
13: Common Ground Through Dialogue: Creating Civic Dispositions.
14: Service-Learning, Vocational Exploration-As-Action, and the Call to Civic Engagement.
15: Building Service-Learning into an Academic Discipline: Urban Civic Education.
Using and Applying Service-Learning.
16: The Six Requirements of Service-Learning: A Pathway to High Impact Practices.
17: Integrating Knowledge Through Academic Service-Learning.
18: Service-Learning Policy in Higher Education.
19: An Institutional Perspective on Relationship-Based Service-Learning.
20: Connecting Theory to Practice When Studying “Deviant” Populations.
21: Preparing Students to Engage in Research in the Real World: How to Construct a Course in Community-Based Participatory Research.
Community: Assets, Relationships, and Partnerships.
22: Finding the Right Partners for Service-Learning Courses.
23: Establishing Community Partnerships and Purposeful Projects and Goals.
24: P-16 Service-Learning Partnerships: A Model for Success.
25: Neighborhood Art Hives: Engaging Communities in Teaching and Learning.
26: Community Assets and Individual Expertise: Educating Future Professionals Through Community Service-Learning.
27: The Need for a Paradigm Shift in Community-Based Learning Partnerships to Evaluate Community Impacts.
Business and Management.
28: Getting Beyond Service-Learning Myths in Management Education.
29: Bits: A College-Library Partnership.
30: Service-Learning and Business: A Student’s Perspective.
31: Integrating Service-Learning into a University Modern Languages Program.
32: Performing Arts and Community Exchange.
33: Everyman, Service-Learning, and Collaboration.
34: Infusing Service-Learning Collaborations in Music Education.
35: Art in Service-Learning: Connecting Art and Community.
The Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
36: Cultivating The Sciences with Service-Learning at A Regional University.
37: Pedagogical Techniques in The Health Sciences.
38: Implementing Service-Learning in Doctor of Audiology Curriculum.
39: Service-Learning and Deaf Studies in The Community.
40: Engineering History: Service-Learning at A Non-Liberal Arts Institution.
41: Integrating Technology with Service-Learning.
42: Undergraduate Technocrats: Educating Future Scientists to Become Citizens.
The Social Sciences.
43: Opportunity for Early Service-Learning in Teacher Education.
44: Lessons From Preservice Teachers: Under The Surface of Service-Learning in Teacher Education.
45: Dismantling The Perceived Hierarchy: A Shared Intellectual Endeavor Between Faculty and Student Affairs.
46: Early Childhood Service-Learning Mentors: Promoting Student Leadership.
47: Critical Service-Learning: Implications for Social Emotional Development.
International Service-Learning and Comparative and International Perspectives.
48: Dialectics of Power and Resistance: Service-Learning in International Contexts.
49: The Affective-Cognitive Model of Reflection: International Service-Learning in Community Development.
50: From Wisconsin to Ghana and Back Again: Service-Learning and the First Grade.
51: England’S Citizenship Education Experiment: Active Citizenship Or Service?.
Sustainability: Lessons Learned and Future Directions.
52: Holistic Partnerships: Sustainability, Learned Lessons, and Future Directions.
53: Situating Engagement in Canadian Higher Education.
54: Department-Driven Strategies for Sustaining Service-Learning and Community Engagement.
55: Both Sides of the Fence: Community as Colleague.
56: Community Engagement in Education: A Cautionary Tale.
57: Service-Learning as Civic Pedagogy: Lessons Learned From Students’ Stories.
58: Relational Approach to Co-Constructed Risk Management.
Appendix A: Resource Guide.
Appendix B: Glossary.