As a pedagogy, service-learning connects students with the community while focusing on course outcomes. The community becomes a live text for reflection and enriches students’ experiences they otherwise would not have in the classroom. This article provides tips and strategies for implementing service-learning in the classroom. These tips and strategies include developing the structure of the course, linking service-learning to outcomes, creating partnerships, working through logistics with partners, communicating with community partners, setting logistics, preparing students, creating reflections, handling challenging issues, giving credit for the learning, and assessing service-learning.
Pawlowski, D. R. (2018). From the classroom to the community: Best practices in service-learning. Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 1, 85-92. https://doi.org/10.31446/JCP.2018.15
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