Community Service Learning
Integrating Community Service Learning with Analysis of Community and Social Issues
- Enhancing Community Involvement and Social Justice in a Psychology of Women Course: Benefits of a Community Service Learning Approach (Courtney Ahrens). Integrating service learning experiences with feminist concepts; considers benefits for students and community partners.
- Community-Based Learning and Community Psychology: Learning Through Experience (Cathy Crosby-Currie). Fostering active student discussion and analysis of internship experiences, community and organizational issues, and community psychology concepts.
- Links: Student Learning, University Rewards, and Community Service (Dé Bryant). Students and citizens partner in action research and social change through community arts projects in U.S. and South Africa.
- Service-learning in Language Education: Bridging the University-Community Divide (Clémence Jouët-Pastré and Leticia J. Braga). Students interview Portuguese-speaking immigrants in the U.S., and question immigration policy and practices.
- Conducting Research on the Campus Community in a Community Psychology Course (Carie Forden). Students use community psychology concepts and research methods to study their campus environment.
- In The Final Analysis: Students' Reflections on Their Community Psychology Service-Learning Experiences (David S. Glenwick). Questions based on community psychology concepts for student papers analyzing community service learning experiences.
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|GLENWICK TCP .pdf||117.2 KB||SCRA Web Admin|
|FORDEN TCP.pdf||123.9 KB||SCRA Web Admin|
|CROSBY-CURRIE TCP.pdf||129.3 KB||SCRA Web Admin|
|AHRENS TCP.pdf||133.3 KB||SCRA Web Admin|
|BRAGA TCP.pdf||144.9 KB||SCRA Web Admin|
|BRYANT TCP.pdf||162.6 KB||SCRA Web Admin|
|TRAN Semester Long Project.pdf||177.2 KB||Nellie Tran|
|PHILLIPS on Clubhouses.pdf||191.8 KB||Suzanne Phillips|