The SAGE Sourcebook of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

Editor/Author Delano-Oriaran, Omobolade, Penick-Parks, Marguerite W. and Fondrie, Suzanne
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Single-User Purchase Price: $188.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $282.00
ISBN: 978-1-45-228191-9
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Image Count: 20
Book Status: Available
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Service-Learning and Civic Engagement: A Sourcebook 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.

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Table of Contents

  • Editorial Board
  • About the Editors
  • About the Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • PART I. FOUNDATIONS OF SERVICE-LEARNING AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
  • 1. Developing Practitioner-Scholars for the Future of Community Engagement - Mandi R. McReynolds
  • 2. A Theory of Practical Beauty for Service-Learning and Public-Engaged Scholarship - Marie G. Sandy
  • 3. Virtue Ethics: Foundation for Civic Engagement and Service-Learning - Rodmon King
  • 4. Infusing Ethical Decision Making Into Service-Learning Experiences - Lindsay A. Blumer
  • 5. Epistemologies of Ignorance: Foundation for Community Engagement - Karen Frost-Arnold
  • 6. An Overview of Academic Community-Based Learning Approaches - Omobolade Delano-Oriaran
  • 7. Redefining Service-Learning for the Purpose of Social Change Within Education -Hoda Farahmandpour and Ilya Shodjaee-Zrudlo
  • 8. The Power of Student Activism: Teaching Social Justice in Middle School - Kristen Berger and Maiya Jackson
  • 9. Critical Service-Learning and Social Justice: A Holistic Curriculum - Amy Argenal and Tomás Jacquez
  • 10. Construyendo Comunidad: Developing a Bicultural and Bilingual Framework for Community Building - J. Estrella Torrez
  • 11. Critical Democratic Citizenship: A Learning Outcome Model to Support Engaging for Justice - Cynthia Gordon da Cruz
  • PART II. USING AND APPLYING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
  • 12. Attention and Action: The Southwest Florida Paradigm for Community-Engaged Scholarship - Brandon W. Kliewer, Brandon P. Hollingshead, Jessica J. Rhea, and Courtney Dwyer Satkoski
  • Appendix A: IDS 3300 Foundations of Civic Engagement Course Objectives
  • Appendix B: Civic Engagement Project Assignment Sheet
  • 13. Common Ground Through Dialogue: Creating Civic Dispositions - Darryl Mace, Nancy Watterson, and Nicholas Rademacher
  • 14. Service-Learning, Vocational Exploration-as-Action, and the Call to Civic Engagement - Ned Scott Laff and Joyce Fields
  • 15. Building Service-Learning Into an Academic Discipline: Urban Civic Education - James Mullooly and Steven M. Hart
  • PART III. USING AND APPLYING SERVICE-LEARNING
  • 16. The Six Requirements of Service-Learning: A Pathway to High Impact Practices - Marie Watkins, Collin Hayes, and Molly Sarubbi
  • 17. Integrating Knowledge Through Academic Service-Learning Scott L. Crabill and Christopher D. Jensen
  • 18. Service-Learning Policy in Higher Education - Margaret Sass
  • 19. An Institutional Perspective on Relationship-Based Service-Learning - Ann Marie Jursca Keffer
  • 20. Connecting Theory to Practice When Studying “Deviant” Populations - Helen Rosenberg
  • 21. Preparing Students to Engage in Research in the Real World: How to Construct a Course in Community-Based Participatory Research - Karen Schwartz and Adje van de Sande
  • PART IV. COMMUNITY: ASSETS, RELATIONSHIPS, AND PARTNERSHIPS
  • 22. Finding the Right Partners for Service-Learning Courses - Isabel Baca
  • Appendix A: Agency Profile Form
  • Appendix B: Sample Agency Profile
  • Appendix C: Service-Learning Agreement
  • Appendix D: Sample Contracts
  • Appendix E: Agency Mentor Evaluation Form
  • Appendix F: Student Evaluation of Agency Mentor and Organization
  • 23. Establishing Community Partnerships and Purposeful Projects and Goals - Crystal S. Aschenbrener
  • 24. P–16 Service-Learning Partnerships: A Model for Success - Julie Dierberger
  • 25. Neighborhood Art Hives: Engaging Communities in Teaching and Learning - Janis Timm-Bottos and Rosemary C. Reilly
  • 26. Community Assets and Individual Expertise: Educating Future Professionals Through Community Service-Learning - Leela Viswanathan
  • 27. The Need for a Paradigm Shift in Community-Based Learning Partnerships to Evaluate Community Impacts - Elizabeth Tryon, Marian Slaughter, and J. Ashleigh Ross
  • PART V. BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
  • 28. Getting Beyond Service-Learning Myths in Management Education - Jason C. Senjem
  • 29. BITS: A College-Library Partnership - John Shepherd and Allan Wilson
  • Appendix A: Business Analysis Project Charter
  • 30. Service-Learning and Business: A Student's Perspective - Diana E. Kolar
  • PART VI. THE HUMANITIES
  • 31. Integrating Service-Learning Into a University Modern Languages Program - E. Nicole Meyer
  • 32. Performing Arts and Community Exchange - Janna L. Goodwin and Amie Dowling
  • 33. Everyman, Service-Learning, and Collaboration - Dana E. Aspinall
  • 34. Infusing Service-Learning Collaborations in Music Education - Lois Veenhoven Guderian
  • Appendix A: ASL Syllabus for Music 386 (Sample of ASL Syllabus as Aligned to Course Goals)
  • 35. Art in Service-Learning: Connecting Art and Community - Sophia Suk-mun Law
  • PART VII. THE SCIENCES, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS
  • 36. Cultivating the Sciences With Service-Learning at a Regional University - Kristin Riker-Coleman, Michelle Arnhold, Nicholas P. Danz, and Randy Gabrys-Alexson
  • 37. Pedagogical Techniques in the Health Sciences - Elias Mpofu, Martin Mackey, Syeda Zakia Hossain, Reinie Cordier, Michael Millington, and Sarah Wilkes-Gillan
  • 38. Implementing Service-Learning in Doctor of Audiology Curriculum - Carol G. Cokely, Linda M. Thibodeau, and Jackie L. Clark
  • Appendix A: AUD 6316 Service-Learning Agreement
  • 39. Service-Learning and Deaf Studies in the Community - Sheryl B. Cooper and Jody H. Cripps
  • Appendix A: Abridged Syllabus for Social Service in the Deaf Community
  • 40. Engineering History: Service-Learning at a Non–Liberal Arts University - Michael H. Carriere
  • 41. Integrating Technology With Service-Learning - Tim Krause
  • 42. Undergraduate Technocrats: Educating Future Scientists to Become Citizens - Ruth Cronje and Laurelyn Sandkamp
  • Appendix A: Pesticide Justice Case
  • Appendix B: What Are Good Reasons Lesson
  • PART VIII. THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
  • 43. Opportunity for Early Service-Learning in Teacher Education - Reid Richard Riggle and Nancy Mathias
  • 44. Lessons From Preservice Teachers: Under the Surface of Service-Learning in Teacher Education - Jonathan C. Dooley and Terry J. Burant
  • 45. Dismantling the Perceived Hierarchy: A Shared Intellectual Endeavor Between Faculty and Student Affairs - Tynisha D. Meidl and Jennifer Garrett Nissen
  • 46. Early Childhood Service-Learning Mentors: Promoting Student Leadership - Mary Jane Eisenhauer
  • 47. Critical Service-Learning: Implications for Social Emotional Development - Cassandra McKay-Jackson and Annette Johnson
  • PART IX: INTERNATIONAL SERVICE-LEARNING AND COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
  • 48. Dialectics of Power and Resistance: Service-Learning in International Contexts - Shenila Khoja-Moolji and Shirin Karsan
  • 49. The Affective-Cognitive Model of Reflection: International Service-Learning in Community Development - Antoinette R. Smith-Tolken and Jacob M. J. du Plessis
  • Appendix A: Certificate Program Framework
  • Appendix B: Two Generic Questions and Broad Themes and Instructions for Weekly Reflection Journals
  • 50. From Wisconsin to Ghana and Back Again: Service-Learning and the First Grade - Marguerite W. Penick-Parks and Suzanne Fondrie
  • 51. England's Citizenship Education Experiment: Active Citizenship or Service? - Lee Jerome
  • PART X. SUSTAINABILITY: LESSONS LEARNED AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • 52. Holistic Partnerships: Sustainability, Learned Lessons, and Future Directions - Walter W. Cannon and Cheri Doane
  • 53. Situating Engagement in Canadian Higher Education - Heather McRae
  • 54. Department-Driven Strategies for Sustaining Service-Learning and Community Engagement - Lois-Ann Kuntz and Meghan Wilson Duff
  • 55. Both Sides of the Fence: Community as Colleague - Carol Wickersham
  • 56. Community Engagement in Education: A Cautionary Tale - Sarah Edwards and Nancy Edick
  • 57. Service-Learning as Civic Pedagogy: Lessons Learned From Students’ Stories - Keith E. Robinder
  • 58. Relational Approach to Co-Constructed Risk Management - Lina D. Dostilio and Kate A. Molchan
  • Appendix A. Resource Guide
  • Appendix B. Glossary