Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration, and Leadership (AEMAL) Book Series.
Titles in This Series.
Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Community Engagement Collaborations across Curricula and Contexts.
1: “Who's Schooling Who?”: Counter-Schooling Toward Feasible Utopias.
2: Preparing Pre-Service Teachers' Expectations and Resilience: Service-Learning with English Language Learners.
3: Civic Minor in Urban Youth and Communities: A New Service-Learning Curriculum Disrupts Traditional Teacher Education.
4: Making Space for Place: Exploring Place-Based Education (PBE) in K-12 Education.
5: Collaborations between Elementary Schools and Higher Education: Lessons Learned from Community Engaged Science Education Efforts.
6: Alternative Service-Learning Projects in Mathematics: Moving Away from Tutoring and Consulting.
7: Planning Service-Learning Abroad for Teacher Candidates: Teaching, Living, and Learning in Costa Rica.
8: The Tamaula Project: Service Learning in Central Mexico – A Report on the Service-Learning Approach at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Irapuato Campus.
Community Engagement Online.
9: Service Learning in Online Courses.
10: Benefits of Community Engagement in an Online TESOL Course for Teachers in Globalized Spaces.
11: Building a Foundation for a Philanthropic Future: Community-Engagement in an Online College Class.
12: Calling for Children Friendly Community Life: Voices of Children and Parents from China.
13: Practicing What We Teach, Practitioner Reflections: Understanding the Impact of Service-Learning on Those Who Teach It.
14: In Search of Transformative 21st Century Pedagogy: A Call for Critical Service-Learning in the Elementary Environment.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.