|aService-learning in higher education :|bconnecting the global to the local /|ceditors, Phylis Lan Lin, Mark R. Wiegand..
|aIndianapolis :|bUniversity of Indianapolis Press,|cc2013.
|axvii, 316 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aThis book emerged from presentations at the Fourth International Symposium on Service-Learning held in China in September 2011. -- Cover, page 4.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aThe applicability of service-learning paradigms in higher education in China / Ping Zhang, Phylis Lan Kin -- Lasting learning: measuring impact through success and sustainability / Mary Christine Embry, Neil Robert Nicholson, Deborah Reed Scarfino -- The faculty fellows program: a model for faculty development and interdisciplinary partnerships through service-learning / Nancy Marthakis, Mary Jane Eisenhauer, J.R. Jamison -- Bridging the gap to develop a service-minded institution: one campus' journey through self-assessment of service-engagement in higher education / Laura Weaver -- The question and design of service-learning institutionalization: the case of the University of Indianapolis / Dan Briere -- Taking the class to the community with service-learning: the flood of August 8, 2010 and macro social work practice / Hui-Li Liu, Shih-Yi Chang, Li-Ning Wang -- Growing service-learning into international clinical education / Mark Drnach, Craig Ruby -- Pre-service teachers go global: how an international service-learning program cultivates pre-service teachers as knowledgeable global citizens with enhanced cultural competence / Agya Boakye-Boaten, Tiece M. Ruffin -- Service-learning as alternative to clinical placement: lessons from NOLA schools / Todd A. Price, Karen Roth, Virgina M. Jagla -- International service-learning, global citizenship, and a critical-reflective pedagogy / Kenneth Colburn -- The application of service-learning as a pedagogy at the domestic and international levels: two case studies at the University of St. Thomas-Houston, Texas / Rogelio Garcia-Contreras [et al.] -- Using pattern languages for school design in a graduate interior design studio / Kyriakos Pontikis -- Community service-learning project in apparel for special needs in the program of apparel design and merchandising / Jongeun Kim -- From born learning trail to service-learning trail: constructing a shared experience for the service-learning journey / Mary Jane Eisenhauer -- Industrial design classroom teaching methods change under the concept of service-learning: a case study of an ergonomics course / Yiwei Jiang -- Service-learning as a rising pedagogy in American higher education: the case of UCLA Center for Community Learning / Xiaopeng Shen -- Transformative pedagogy: critical reflection on the local, contributing to the global discourse on adult learning / Doria Daniels -- Service-learning in action: charting the health profile of an ethnic minority village in Yunnan Province, China / Alfred CHAN Cheung-ming, Carol MA Hok-ka, Jenny CHIN Chun-ni -- Reflection and insight: service-learning theory and volunteer campaigns in Chinese higher education / Xu Weimin, Zhang Guochang -- Long-term impact of service-learning on alumni volunteer service activities / Ana Ruiz, Judith Warchal -- Deep reflection and resilience: service-learning of Taiwanese University students / Chuan-Cheng Chen [et al.] -- Reflections on connections / Judith Warchal [et al.].
內容簡介top Service-Learning in Higher Education 簡介 This book, the fifth of a series in contemporary service-learning topics published by the University of Indianapolis Press, has emerged from presentations at the Fourth International Symposium on Service-Learning held in China in September 2011. The contributors to this text are researchers, educators, and administrators of service-learning pedagogy, theory, and practice from many countries and diverse disciplines. The chapters inside provide the reader with an understanding of the broad range of topics in internationalization and pedagogy of service-learning in higher education. This collection provides insights on some of the most pertinent issues and best practices in contemporary service-learning: institutionalization, the formation of international partnerships, service-learning pedagogy, and evaluation.