ERIC Number: ED411751
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Praxis III. Voices in Dialogue.
Galura, Joseph, Ed.; Howard, Jeffrey, Ed.; Waterhouse, Dave, Ed.; Ross, Randy, Ed.
The 27 chapters of this book provide presentations, conference transcripts, manuals, and reflections by organizers, coordinators, participants, students and staff of service-learning sociology and education courses at the University of Michigan. The chapters are: "What National and Community Service Mean for Higher Education" (Goodwin Liu); "Revolution in a Neighborhood" (Darin Day); "Students as Agents of Social Change" (Jennifer Bastress); "Promoting Peace in Detroit" (Clementine Barfield); "The Importance of Community Service" (Philip Power); "Building a Community of Change" (Helen Fox); "AIDS: The Challenge to Society" (Barbara F. Sloat); "Reflections on Community Service Learning in Landscape Architecture" (Robert E. Grese); "Community Organization for Health Education: Action, Reflection, and Learning" (Barbara A. Israel); "Community Service Learning in the Dental Hygiene Program" (Joan M. McGowan, Wendy E. Kerschbaum); "Integrating Research and Service: Reflection on the Core City Schools Project" (Stephen Barreto et al.); "Service, Service-Learning and Change-Making" (Mark Chesler); "Pedagogy of Community Service Learning" (Sharon E. Sutton); "A Call for More Research on Community Service Learning" (Gregory B. Markus); "Creating Spaces" (Buzz Alexander); "Praxis: The Next Generation" (Richard J. Smith); "Assignments for Seminar" (Nancy A. Staub); "Praxis and Coordinator Training" (Joe Galura et al.); "Reflections on Closure (Florence Caldwell); "Toward Liberation: A Program Model and Pedagogical Discussion" (Charlie Grose); "Women's Issues" (Claudette Rowley); "Building Relationships: Gaining a Personal and Sociological Understanding of Aging through Community Service Learning" (Mary Mengel); "Education and Change in Criminal Procedures" (Brett Jaffe); "Computer Conferencing and Coordinator Training" (Randy Ross, Stacey Brown); "From Here to There: A Journey in Distance Education" (Barbara R. Wilson); "Transparent Technology in Pursuit of Community Service Learning" (Kathleen Doherty); "Creating Spaces at Western Wayne Correctional Facility" (Willie Birmingham et al.); "Popping Initiatives at Maxey Green Oaks Center" (Stacey Rautbort et al.); "Do We Make a Difference?" (John Choi et al.); "Swimming Upstream" (Kate Girard); and "Making Connections" (Joe Galura). (Contains 63 references.) (DB)
Descriptors: Aging (Individuals), Change Agents, Citizenship Education, Community Change, Cross Cultural Training, Distance Education, Educational Methods, Experiential Learning, Females, Field Experience Programs, Health Education, Higher Education, Juvenile Justice, Practicum Supervision, Practicums, Professional Training, School Community Relationship, Seminars, Service Learning, Social Change, Sociology, Student Volunteers, Teleconferencing, Tutoring
OCSL Press, 2205 Michigan Union, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1349; phone: 313-763-3548; fax: 313-936-9345 ($18 plus $2 shipping).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Students; Teachers
Sponsor: Commission on National and Community Service, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Office of Community Service.