New Reflection Guide

Posted by on March 12, 2004


A new 104 page guide on reflection is available in full text on the National Service-Learning Clearinghouse website and in print format from the author, senior program advisor RMC Research Corporation, Denver, CO.

“Connecting Thinking and Action: Ideas for Service-Learning Reflection” helps educators by giving them ideas for connecting thinking and action in service-learning. A brief summary of the research and theory about reflection is presented as a basis for reflection ideas, and is searchable across all grade levels, subject areas and stages of service-learning projects. These ideas intentionally target important higher-order thinking skills for students and are presented in a user friendly manner for educators. Each idea is explained step-by-step, and additional options for further enriching the reflection process are provided. Worksheet templates are included to complement selected reflection ideas. With personal touch and creativity, teachers can mold these ideas to meet the needs of students at any grade level.

See “Connecting Thinking and Action: Ideas for Service-Learning Reflection” at

Print copies can be obtained from RMC Research Corporation by calling 1-800-922-3636; by e-mailing; or by writing to 1512 Larimer Street Suite 540, Denver, CO, 80202. The cost of the publication is $20.

RMC Research conducts program evaluations, assists in identifying, developing, and disseminating quality programs, and designs publications to meet the needs of specific target populations for agencies, institutions, schools, foundations, and corporations whose missions involve learning. More information on RMC Research, including a list of services, products, and publications, can be found online at

Denise Lee
Program Manager
National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
“America’s Resource for Service-Learning Information”
Toll-free 866-245-7378, ext. 139

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