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Learning With the Community

Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Teacher Education

January 1997
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    1st January 1997
  • ISBN 9781563770111
  • Language English
  • Pages 254 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
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June 2012
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    30th June 2012
  • ISBN 9781579229993
  • Language English
  • Pages 254 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"

This practical guide is intended for faculty and service-learning directors, combining the how-to information and rigorous intellectual framework that teachers seek. What distinguishes this volume is that the contributors are writing for their peers. They discuss how service-learning can be implemented within teacher education and what teacher education contributes to the pedagogy of service-learning. The book offers both theoretical background and practical pedagogical chapters which describe the design, implementation, and outcomes of teacher education service-learning programs, as well as annotated bibliographies, program descriptions and course syllabi.

About This Series—Edward Zlotkowski
Foreword—Vito Perrone
Introduction—Joseph A. Erickson and Jeffrey B. Anderson

Part One: Theory, Research, and Foundational Issues
Service-Learning: An Essential Process for Preparing Teachers as Transformational Leaders in the Reform of Public Education—Carol Myers and Terry Pickeral
School-Based Service: A Review of Research for Teacher Educators—Susan C. Root
Service-Learning and Evaluation: An Inseparable Process—Robert Shumer
Service-Learning Professional Development for Experienced Teachers—Don Hill and Denise Clark Pope
Teacher Education and Service-Learning: A Critical Perspective—Robert Shumer

Part Two: Diverse Perspectives of Service-Learning and Teacher Education
Introduction to Part 2—Joseph A. Erickson
Working With Preservice Teachers to Improve Service-Learning: A Master Teacher's Perspective—Christine Hunstiger Keithahn
A Recent Teacher Education Graduate's View of Service-Learning—Theresa J.H. Magelssen
A K-12 Administrator's Perspective—Mary J. Syfax Noble
A Service Recipient's Perspective—Janet Salo with Susan O'Connor
Collaborating With the Community: A Campus-Based Teacher Educator's Story—Rahima C. Wade
Turtle Island Project: Service-Learning in Native Communities—John Guffey

Part Three: Models for the Integration of Service-Learning and Teacher Education
Introduction to Part 3—Jeffrey B. Anderson
Alverno College—Julie A. Stoffels
Augsburg College—Vicki L. Olson and Susan O'Connor
California State University-San Marcos—Joseph F. Keating
Clark Atlanta University—William H. Denton
Clemson University—Carol Weatherford, Marty Duckenfield, and Janet Wright
Gustavus Adolphus College—Carolyn O'Grady
James Madison University—Diane Fuqua
Kentucky State University—Carole A. Cobb
Mankato State University—Darrol Bussler
Providence College—Jane Callahan and Lynne Ryan
Seattle University—Jeffrey B. Anderson
University of Iowa—Rahima Wade
Valparaiso University—Jose Arredondo
Washington State University—Gerald H. Maring

Annotated Bibliography
Service-Learning and Teacher Education—Jane Callahan

Service-Learning Resources
Contributors to This Volume

Joseph Erickson

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Jeffrey B. Anderson

Jeffrey B. Anderson

higher education; service learning; community engagement; civic engagement; teacher education