The SAGE Sourcebook of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, 1st Edition

  • Omobolade Delano-Oriaran
  • Marguerite W. Penick-Parks
  • Suzanne Fondrie
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483346617
  • ISBN-13: 9781483346618
  • DDC: 378.1
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 520 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released November 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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Overview

This book focuses on historical, philosophical, social foundations, practices and models of service-learning and civic engagement. The title offers practical, jargon-free chapters applicable to any educational institution as well as community organizations that might consult the work.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Brief Contents.
Contents.
About the Editors.
About the Contributors.
Acknowledgments.
Foreword.
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.
The Humanities.
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.
Index.