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1997

Service learning

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Assessment And Service Learning, International Service Learning Conference, Sheila Bailey Dec 1997

Assessment And Service Learning, International Service Learning Conference, Sheila Bailey

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Workshop Objectives:

Participants will...

- Identify the difference between program evaluation and student assessment;

- Identify national efforts in the United States and issues in service learning and assessment;

- Review a tool to create learning activities which link standards, curriculum, learning goals and assessment;

- Identify resources for student assessment, including the National Study Group on Assessment and Service Learning.


Health Professions Schools In Service To The Nation, Sherril B. Gelmon, Barbara A. Holland Aug 1997

Health Professions Schools In Service To The Nation, Sherril B. Gelmon, Barbara A. Holland

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The Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation (HPSISN) program challenges health professions educational institutions to integrate community service into curricula and to promote student understanding of the social responsibility and public purposes of their chosen profession. With support from The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Corporation for National Service, the HPSISN program began in 1995 in 20 demonstration sites, which were funded to integrate service learning into professional programs of study for entry into the health professions.


Universities As Citizens Summer Planning Institute, Universities As Citizens Summer Planning Institute Jan 1997

Universities As Citizens Summer Planning Institute, Universities As Citizens Summer Planning Institute

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Table of Contents: General Information; Developing and Action Plan; Institutional Change; Resources; and Selected Readings