Book: The Student Companion to Community-Engaged Learning, What You Need to Know for Transformative Learning and Real Social Change
Posted by Stylus Publishing on December 18, 2018
By David M. Donahue and Star Plaxton-Moore
Afterword by Chris Nayve
Foreword by Tania D. Mitchell
“This compact, accessibly written text prepares students for their experience of community-based learning. It is designed for students to read and reflect on independently or to foster discussion in class on their motivations and dispositions toward community engagement and service learning. It prepares students to work with diverse individuals, groups, and organizations that may be outside their prior experience. Faculty can use the book as a tool to deepen the educational experience of the course and enrich community engagement.”
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