Fall 2003 Issue of Community Works Journal
Posted by on November 14, 2003
Dear K-12 Service-Learning ListSrv Members,
Fall 2003 Issue of Community Works Journal is Now Available!
The new issue of Community Works Journal now is available in PDF format at no cost as a service to the educational community. To review and download the issue go to Community Works On-Line http://www.vermontcommunityworks.org
The Fall 2003 Community Works Journal Includes:
*Cultures and Community: Video Voyages, by Eve Pranis
*Retrospective on 2003 Summer Institute at Shelburne Farms
*Hands-on History Ideas, by Greg Sharrow
*Sustaining Service-Learning: Lessons From a Decade of Change, by Martha Rich
*The Flow of History, by Susan Bonthron
*The Bus Bully Project, by Pamela Roberts
*Branching Out, by Carolyn Shapiro
*REVIEWS of Teaching Children to Care, Publishing with Students, ValleyQuest, and more.
The Journal, now in its eighth year of publication, continues to serve a crucial need for models and resources that inspire by example. We showcase innovative educational strategies and practices that involve teachers and students in meaningful work within their communities. Community Works Journal is distributed nationally to schools, programs, and educational networks.
SUBMISSIONS: We welcome unsolicited article ideas; they will be reviewed and their authors contacted promptly. Email us at: email@example.com, or call 802-655-5918
PAST ISSUES: You will also find a growing archive of back issues of the Journal available for download. Use the links provided to download a free copy of Acrobat Reader which will enable you to open and print PDFs of the Journal.
SUBSCRIPTIONS: To receive notification of future issues of Community Works Journal, use the Easy Subscribe Form found on our Web site – http://www.vermontcommunityworks.org Community Works On-Line.
CONTRIBUTIONS: Tax deductible contributions to support the Journal are always welcome and needed. Call 802-655-5918 for more information. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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