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Service Learning References

These references were provided by
Edward Zlotkowski at the 18th Annual Conference for The First-Year Experience
E-Mail Address: ezlotkowski@bentley.edu

John Abbott. (March 1996). "The Search for Next-Century Learning." AAHE Bulletin: 3-6 - an interview in which Abbott suggests the critical importance of learning outside the classroom and the importance of educational design to helping individuals realize their learning potential.

Alexander Astin & Linda Sax. (1996). "How Undergraduates Are Affected by Service Participation." unpublished report of the Higher Education research Institute, UCLA - service participation's positive effect on 35 outcome measures.

Judith A. Boss. (1994). "The Effect of Community Service Work on the Moral Development of College Ethics Students." Journal of Moral Education, 23(2): 183-198 - on the critical importance of field experiences plus reflection to the development of post-conventional moral reasoning.

Ernest L. Boyer. (March 1994). "Creating the New American College." The Chronicle of Higher Education: A48.

Lief Carter. (September 1998). "Expanded Articulation Statement of the Task Force on Civic Education," PS: Political Science and Politics, 31: 636-637.

Dwight Giles & Janet Eyler. (1999). Where's the Learning in Service-Learning. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass - on the results of a multi-year study of the effect of service-learning on different kinds of student learning.

Edmund J. Hansen. (November 1998). "Essential Demographics of Today's College Students." AAHE Bulletin: 3-5 - on the importance of the cultural factors that distinguish today's students.

David A. Hoekema, (in press). general introduction to Beyond the Tower: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Philosophy, ed. David Lisman & Irene Harvey. Washington DC: AAHE - discusses what service-learning can add to the study of philosophy by undergraduates.

Roberto Ibarra (in press). Academia at a Cultural Crossroad: Reframing the Context of Higher Education. Madison, WI: U of WI Press - on the differences in teaching goals and preferred delivery mechanisms of instructors analyzed according to race and gender.

Marvin Lazerson & Ursula Wagener. (January/February 1999). "Teaching and Learning the Unfamiliar." Change: 38-39 - suggests that classroom discussion may simply provide an occasion for students to express ideas they brought with them to class, rather than new learning.

Scott J. Myers-Lipton. (1996). "Effect of Service-Learning on College Students' Attitudes Toward International Understanding." Journal of College Student Development, 37(6): 659-668.

Charles C. Schroeder. (September/October 1993). "New Students - New Learning Styles." Change: 21-26 - on the discrepancy between student and faculty learning styles.

Lee S. Schulman. (June 1989). "Toward a Pedagogy of Substance." AAHE Bulletin: 8-13 - on our failure to connect with the mental models our students bring with them into the classroom.

Edward Zlotkowski. (1998). Successful Service-Learning Programs: New Models of Excellence in Higher Education. Boulton, MA: Anker - presents ten models of successful service-learning programs from different kinds of higher education institutions.

 

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