Princeton University Library Catalog

Student experiences and educational outcomes in community engagement for the 21st century / Cathryn Crosby and Frederick Brockmeier, editors.

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
[Hershey PA: IGI, Disseminator of Knowledge, 2016]
Description:
xx, 305 pages ; 27 cm
Series:
  • Advances in educational marketing, administration, and leadership (AEMAL) book series. [More in this series]
  • A volume in the Advances in educational marketing, administration, and leadership (AEMAL) book series, 2326-9022
Summary note:
"This book collects and analyzes students' experiences in diverse service-learning contexts, giving fodder for rethinking strategies and finding optimal pedagogies for successful community engagement"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Impact of Community Engagement in Higher Education / Michelle Huddleston -- Experiential Learning, Service Learning and Engagement in a University ESL Setting : The Graduate Cohort Program / Michael Fields -- "It Depends on the Type of Program" : Student Perceptions of Service-Learning / Tim Micek, Judith Monseur -- Community Service-Learning : Recruiting and Retaining Psychology Majors for Service in Low-Income Communities / Tomesha Manora Farris, Denise Ross, Brandi Fontenot, Gaige Johnson, Margaret Uwayo, and Garrett D Warrilow -- Service-Learning in Action : Students, Inmates and a Storybook Project / Lindsay Blumer -- E-Service Learning in Virtual Teamwork / Melody Rawlings and Megan Downing -- Preparing Distant Learners to Work in Global Societies with E-Service Learning / Rick Brockmeier -- Service Learning for the Community College Student / Roch Turner -- Supporting Graduate Students to Implement Community-Engaged Research / Audrey Faye Falk and Brittany Vine -- Challenges of Practicing and Honing Leadership Skills through Cross-Cultural Service Learning / Jeff Zimmerman -- Deepening of Critical Thinking Skills Through the Use of Civic Engagement / Marcia Hunter.
Subject(s):
ISBN:
  • 9781522508748 (hardcover)
  • 1522508740 (hardcover)
LCCN:
2016023419
OCLC:
951760767
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