It identifies three paths of engagement between university and community agencies: tentative engagement, aligned engagement, and committed engagement.
Dwight E. Giles, Janet Eyler. Abstract This exploratory study attempts to answer the question: can a required service-learning experience of limited intensity and duration have an impact on the development of college students a. More). thought in the context of social life.
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Janet Eyler of Vanderbilt University, TN Vander Bilt. Dwight Giles, Jr. Janet Eyler
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Eyler, Janet; Giles, Dwight. Identifying the learning outcomes of service - Personal and interpersonal development - Understanding and applying knowledge - Engagement, curiosity, and reflective practice - Critical thinking - Perspective transformation - Citizenship - Program characteristics of effective service-learning - Strengthening the role of service in the college curriculum.
By carefully deconstructing the concept of learning, Janet Eyler and Dwight Giles show us where, when, and how learning takes place in service-learning. Required reading for anyone responsible for service-learning programming. In identifying the extent of our current knowledge of service-learning's educational impact, Eyler and Giles have done the field.
Janet Eyler and Dwight E. Giles provide an example of this opinion in their book, Where's . Effective service-learning programs also include required written reflection
Janet Eyler and Dwight E. Giles provide an example of this opinion in their book, Where's the Learning in Service-Learning? when they state: "learning occurs through a cycle of action and reflection, not simply through being able to recount what has been learned through reading and lecture. Effective service-learning programs also include required written reflection
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We also need to learn more about theory, design and gathering of data. We need consensus on the domain of service-learning, and precise, measureable constructs.
What is service-learning, and why is it an effective method of learning? According to Vanderbilt University’s Janet S. Eyler (winner of the 2003 Thomas Ehrlich Faculty Award for Service Learning) and Dwight E. Giles. Giles, J. it is a form of experiential education where learning occurs through a cycle of action and reflection as students. seek to achieve real objectives for the community and deeper understanding and skills for themselves. While engaged in community service, students have a chance to interact with students from other countries and cultures, developing group and communication skills they will need in university and the workplace
Author: Dwight E. Giles Jr.,Janet Eyler
Subcategory: Business & Finance
Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition
Pages: 175 pages
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