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SERVICE LEARNING COLLEGE
Breaking Down the Walls of the Classroom
Associate Professor of Latino/a Literature in the Department o...
The key to exposing students to diversity, in order for them to see it as a pillar of society, lies in the successful partnerships that can be created between the classroom and a community organization serving underprivileged and underrepresented groups.
Our Responsibility to Challenge Our Students' Hopes and Dreams During Service
Ken Schneck, PhD
Radio host; Associate Professor, Baldwin Wallace University
It could not be more inspiring to think about the scores of students who are throwing themselves into service anticipating, expecting, grasping, hoping and willing the world around them to change.
Santa Earns A Ph.D.
Mary Ellen Jukoski
President, Mitchell College
Today's service-learning programs are calibrated to involve a much fuller spirit of collaboration. They embrace a more nuanced understanding of what Santa and the holidays represent -- the reciprocal respect and interconnectedness among individuals.
Service-Learning Helps Students Tackle World's Tough Issues
The University of Central Florida Forum
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Service-learning is successful if civic engagement becomes a way of life for our college students, both before and after graduation.
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