Service-Learning – Student’s Guide & Journal

Posted by Robert Schoenfeld on November 30, 2015

Service-Learning – Student’s Guide & Journal

Helping You Take Your Student’s Education to a Higher Level and
Creating 21st Century Citizens

Building Personal Character – Scholastic Achievement
Developing Leaders – Service to the Community
Dropout Prevention

The Service-Learning – Student’s Guide & Journal will help your students improve their thinking, writing, research, collaborative, leadership, and communication skills and inspire them to enthusiastically engage in meaningful community service that will create a better future for themselves, their community, and future generations.

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 watch their progress. As for the service providers (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 of our youth!

The Service-Learning – Student’s Guide & Journal is one of the most widely used Service-Learning book in the country, helping students to raise the bar for learning and personal growth. This interactive resource is currently guiding and inspiring students to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to become successful and productive citizens.

Students who are involved in meaningful Service-Learning tend to do better on test scores, show a sense of self esteem and purpose, connect with the community and want to be more civically engaged, are less likely to be involved in negative behavior (such as using drugs and alcohol) and are more likely to graduate high school and college.

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.

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