Service-Learning Student’s Guide and Journal

Posted by on December 16, 2005


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Dear Educator:

The Service-Learning Student?s Guide & Journal is the most widely used Service-Learning book in the country, helping students to raise the bar ? guiding and inspiring them to make Service-Learning a more meaningful, educational, and character-building experience.

Tens of thousands of student in over 600 schools and after school programs, in all 50 states, are using this interactive resource to help organize their Service-Learning project, improve their thinking, writing, research, collaborative, and communication skills ? and this book will assist you in documenting the success of the Service-Learning program.

Emily Lopez, Director of the New Beginnings Program in New York City, comments that: The Service Learning Journals are great! The journals provided direction for our students and the students were able to see their progress. As for the service providers (the teachers and case managers), they were able to track and assess the academic and social growth of their students. A very valuable tool for the educational development for our youth!

This book uses extensive journals for creative composition, charts to verify the student?s service, graphs to measure the student?s progress, and directed questions to elicit positive personal reflection from the student. There are now three editions of the Service-Learning – Student?s Guide & Journal: Elementary School, Middle & High School, and Higher Education (the Higher Education Edition is perfect for high school seniors).

See pages from the books and learn more at:

To help you get set for your Spring Service-Learning projects we are offering free shipping when you place your order before February 1, 2006.

Please feel free to call me with your questions and comments.

Wishing you great success with your Service-Learning program,

Robert Schoenfeld
5235 S. Graham St. Seattle, WA 98118
Tel: 206-722-1988 ? Fax: 206-721-3200
Email: [email protected] ? Website:

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