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Service-Learning at the American Community College: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives

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Titel: Service-Learning at the American Community College: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives

ISBN: 1137361700
EAN: 9781137361707
Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives.
Auflage 2014.
XIV, 337 p.
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von A. Traver, Z. Katz
SPRINGER NATURE

23. Oktober 2014 - gebunden - 337 Seiten

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This volume brings together a breadth of new research on how service-learning - combining community-based experiential learning with classroom instruction - can best be employed at community colleges. It discusses outcomes and best practices for all involved, covers both theory and practice, and draws on both qualitative and quantitative methods.
PART I: SERVICE-LEARNING AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES 1. The Roots of Service-Learning as a Basis for Advancing the Civic Mission of Community Colleges; Robert G. Bringle, Kathleen E. Edwards, and Patti H. Clayton 2. The Community's College: Contextualizing Service-Learning in the Mission and Development of Community Colleges; Vanessa Smith Morest PART II: SERVICE-LEARNING IN DIVERSE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTEXTS 3. Hitting Close to Home: When Service-Learners Serve Their Own; Heather B. Wylie 4. Service-Learning and Immigrant-Origin Community College Students: How and Why Project Design Matters; Amy E. Traver, Zivah Perel Katz, and Michael Bradley 5. Connecting Past and Present: Nontraditional Learner and Practitioner Experiences Through Service-Learning; Suzanne M. Buglione and Amanda Wittman 6. Race, Ethnicity, and Service-Learning: Understanding Access and Equity Using a Critical Quantitative Approach; Drew Allen, Diana Strumbos, and Janelle Clay PART III: SERVICE-LEARNING AND STUDENT SUCCESS IN COMMUNITY COLLEGES 7. Service-Learning: A Vehicle for Enhancing Academic Performance and Retention among Community College Developmental Reading and Writing Students; Regina A. Rochford 8. Connect2Complete: Combining Service-Learning and Peer Advocates to Increase Student Success in Developmental Education; Shana Berger and Donna Duffy 9. Promoting Community College Student Transfer: The Role of Service-Learning; Jaime Lester and Carrie Klein 10. The Prism Effect of Service-Learning; Mary Prentice and Gail Robinson 11. Service-Learning's Role in Achieving Institutional Outcomes: Engagement, Learning, and Achievement; Yao Zhang Hill, Tanya Renner, Francisco Acoba, Krista Hiser, and Robert W. Franco PART IV: SERVICE-LEARNING AS COMMUNITY AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEXUS 12. Community College Service-Learning Programs: The Well-Traveled Path to Civic Engagement; Mary Prentice 13. Service-Learning and the Acquisition of Social Capital in the Community College Setting; Amy Pucino and Thomas Penniston 14. Service-Learning as a Pedagogical Tool for Career Development and Vocational Training; Sharon Ellerton, Cristina Di Meo, Arlene Kemmerer, Josephine Pantaleo, Mary Bandziukas, Michael Bradley, and Victor Fichera 15. Mapping Routes to Our Roots: Student Civic Engagement in Transportation Planning; Rebecca M. Townsend PART V: FUTURE DIRECTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS IN SERVICE-LEARNING AND SERVICE-LEARNING RESEARCH AT COMMUNITY COLLEGES 16. Overcoming Obstacles for Involving Part-Time Faculty in Service-Learning; Daniel Maxey and Adrianna Kezar 17. Service-Learning Among 'Nontraditional' College Students: Contexts, Trends, and Implications; Shannon S. Fleishman, Kristina Brezicha, and Travis York 18. Best Practices in Researching Service-Learning at Community Colleges; Amanda Taggart and Gloria Crisp PART VI: CONCLUDING REFLECTIONS ON SERVICE-LEARNING AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES 19. The Idea of Place; Scott Evenbeck, Paulette Dalpes, and Linda E. Merians 20. There is a Reason Community is in Our Name: Thoughts on How Service-Learning Expands Community in Community College; Robert Exley 21. Expanding Faculty Participation and Research in Academic Service-Learning at a Community College; Diane B. Call 22. Sustaining Momentum; Maria Hesse
Francisco Acoba, Kapi'olani Community College, USA
Drew Allen, The City University of New York, USA
Mary Bandziukas, Queensborough Community College of The City University of New York, USA
Shana Berger, Campus Compact
Michael Bradley, iMentor
Kristina Brezicha, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Robert G. Bringle, Appalachian State University, USA
Suzanne M. Buglione, Bristol Community College, USA
Diane B. Call, Queensborough Community College of The City University of New York, USA
Janelle Clay, The City University of New York (CUNY), USA
Patti H. Clayton, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
Gloria Crisp, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Paulette Dalpes, The City University of New York, USA
Cristina Di Meo, Queensborough Community College, USA
Donna Duffy, Middlesex Community College, USA
Kathleen E. Edwards, The University of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA
Sharon Ellerton, Queensborough Community College, USAScott Evenbeck, Guttman Community College, USA
Robert Exley, Snead State Community College, USA
Victor Fichera, Queensborough Community College, USA
Shannon S. Fleishman, Chesapeake College, USA
Robert W. Franco, Kapi'olani Community College, USA
Maria Hesse, Arizona State University, USA
Yao Zhang Hill, University of Hawai'i at M?noa, USA
Krista Hiser, Kapi'olani Community College, USA
Arlene Kemmerer, Student Wiki Interdisciplinary Group
Adrianna Kezar, University of Southern California, USA
Carrie Klein, George Mason University, USA
Jaime Lester, George Mason University, USA
Daniel Maxey University of Southern California, USA
Linda E. Merians Guttman Community College, USA
Vanessa Smith Morest, Norwalk Community College, USA
Josephine Pantaleo, Queensborough Community College, USA
Thomas Penniston, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, USA
Mary Prentice, New Mexico State University, USA
Amy Pucino, Community College of Baltimore County, USA
Tanya Renner, Kapi'olani Community College, USA
Gail Robinson, Community College National Center for Community Engagement

Regina A. Rochford, Queensborough Community College, The City University of New York, USA
Diana Strumbos, The City University of New York, USA
Amanda Taggart, University of Utah, USA
Rebecca M. Townsend, Manchester Community College, USA
Amanda Wittman, Campus Compact
Heather B. Wylie, Shasta College, USA
Travis York, Valdosta State University, USA

"Service-Learning at the American Community College represents a valuable addition to a growing body of noteworthy second-generation service-learning texts. Traver and Katz avoid the rhetorical and ideological posturing so common in texts that seek to advance a deeply democratic agenda, and the book's most important strength is the coherent and convincing way in which it braids a broad range of contemporary concerns into its analysis of service-learning's educational potential. Changing student demographics, student success and persistence, peer mentoring, social capital and networking, civic engagement and workforce preparation, the growing role of adjunct faculty these and other defining features of contemporary American higher education are all considered in relation to service-learning as an institutional resource. By helping to break down the conceptual silos that impede educational reform, the book does far more than provide a timely resource for America's community colleges; it suggests a strategy for reconsidering the priorities and practices of higher education in general." Edward Zlotkowski, Founding and former Acting Director of the Bentley Service-Learning Center, Bentley University, USA

"Finally, we now have a volume that examines the promise and challenge of incorporating and advancing service-learning in community colleges. Replete with research studies, historical analyses, conceptual frameworks, and recommendations for practice, this long-awaited book provides a comprehensive and critical analysis of service-learning's potential for securing the success of today's diverse community college students. It is a must-read for community college practitioners, educational researchers, and service-learning scholars." - Andrew Furco, Associate Professor of Higher Education and Associate Vice President for Public Engagement, University of Minnesota, USA

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