Recommended Reading

Available Online (free):

Montclair State University Faculty Publications on Service-Learning

  • Natale, D., Brook, K., & Kelshaw, T. Critical reflections on community-campus partnerships: promise and performance. Community Campus Partnership for Health, 4(1), 44-53. Retrieved on July 20, 2011.
  • Brook, Kenneth. Great ideas in science, teacher endowment in science, mathematics and technology. A Cultural Dialogue: American Culture, Diversity, Poverty And Education.
  • Henry, M. E. (2004). Debriefing sessions: opportunities for collaborative reflection. Kappa Omicron NU, 15(2), 51-61. Retrieved July 20, 2011 from http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/15-2/Henry_2.htm
  • Henry, M. E. (2004). Reflection matters: connecting theory to practice in service learning courses. Kappa Omicron Nu, 15 (2), 17-30. Retrieved July 20, 2011 from http://www.kon.org/hswp/archive/henry.htm
  • Henry, M.E., Brook, K. & Lazarus, F. (2004, June). Building a service learning program: A view from inside. [Special Issue.] The Journal of Cooperative Education and Internships, 65-75. Retrieved July 20, 2011 from http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/forum13_1.pdf

Recommended Articles/Journals/Books:

  • Albert, L.S. (2004). Doing well and doing good: Community colleges and the civic engagement movement. Change, 36(6), 42-46.
  • Alverno College. (2002). Fostering professional development through experiential learning. Milwaukee, WI: Alverno College Institute.
  • American Educator (2003). Education for democracy: A statement signed by over 100 distinguished leaders. American Federation of Teachers, 5-6.
  • Anderson, J. B., Daikos, C., Granados-Greenberg, J., & Rutherford, A. The student coalition for strengthening communities: A service learning partnership between K-12 schools and a pre-service teacher education program.
  • Anderson, R. A. & Doherty, W. J. (2005). Democratic community initiatives: the case of overscheduled children. Family Relations 54, 654-665.
  • Anderson, S. M. & Murphy, N. (1999). Mandatory community service: Citizenship education or involuntary servitude? Denver, CO: Education Commission of the States.
  • Ansley, F. & Gaventa, J. (1997). Researching for democracy and democratizing research.
  • Arches, J., Darlington-Hope, M. Gerson, J., Gibson, J., Habana-Hafner, S. & Kiang, P. (1997). New voices: In university-community transformation. Change: The Magazine for Higher Learning,29(1), 36-41.
  • Arnold, P. Structuring the journal writing process: Using reflection papers to increase the learning potential in service learning.
  • Astin, A. W. The Role of Service in Higher Education. About Campus, 1 (1): 14-19 Mar-Apr 1996.
  • Astin, A. W. & Astin H. S. (2000) Leadership reconsidered: Engaging higher education in social change. Battle Creek: MI: W. K. Kellogg Foundation.
  • Ash, S. L. & Clayton P. H. (2009). Generating, deepening, and documenting learning: The power of critical reflection in applied learning. Journal of Applied Learning: The Power of Critical Reflection in Applied Learning, 1, 25-48.
  • Ash, S. L., Clayton, P. H., Atkinson, M. P. (2005). Integrating reflection and assessment to capture and improve student learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 49-60.
  • Ausiello, K. & Chisholm K. (2002). Gleanings from the international conference on service- learning research. The Newsletter of the Massachusetts Campus Compact, 7(1), 1 and 4.
  • Bayley, B. (2004, June). Family life education and service-learning: Putting theory into practice. Family Focus, F16-F17.
  • Barber, Benjamin R. (1993, November) America skips school: Why we talk so much about education and do so little. Harper’s Magazine, 287, 39-46.
  • Barell, J. (1991). Teaching for thoughtfulness: Classroom strategies to enhance students’ intellectual development. Upper Montclair, NJ: Montclair State College.
  • Barr B. R. & Tagg, J. (1995). From teaching to learning. Change: The Magazine for Higher Learning, 27, 13-25.
  • Bensimon, E. M. & Soto, M. Can we rebuild civic life without a multiracial university? Change: The Magazine for Higher Learning,29(1), 42-44.
  • Benson, L., Harkavy, I., and Puckett, J. (1996). Communal participatory action research as a strategy for improving universities and the social sciences: Penn’s work with the West Philadelphia Improvement Corps as a case study. Educational Policy 10(2), 202-222.
  • Berge, J. M., Mendenhall, T. J. and Doherty, W. J. (2009), Using Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) to Target Health Disparities in Families. Family Relations, 58: 475–488.
  • Bernstein, D. J. (1999, October 27). Peer review of teaching. Workshop conducted at University Day at Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ.
  • Berrett, R., & McLeod, A. (2002, October). The engaged student. Presentation at the 31st annual conference of the National Society of Experiential Education in Las Vegas, NV.
  • Boud, D. Keogh, R., & Walker, D. (Eds.). (1985). Reflection: turning experience into learning. New York: London/Nichols.
  • Bowers, M. (2001, February). Building partnerships. Presentation at Association for Gerontology in Higher Education annual meeting, San Jose, CA.
  • Boyer, E. L. (1994, March 9). Creating the new American college. The Chronicle of Higher Education, A48.
  • Boyle-Baise, M. (1999). ‘As good as it gets’ the impact of philosophical orientations on community-based service learning for multicultural education. The Educational Forum, 63(4), 310-321.
  • Boyle-Baise, M., Epler, B., McCoy, W., Paulk, G., Clark, J., Slough, N. & Truelock, C. (2001). Shared control: community voices in multicultural service learning. The Educational Forum, 65, 344-353.
  • Braun, B. & Williams, S. (2002). We the people: Renewing commitment to civic engagement. JFCS 94(3), 8-19.
  • Breytspraak, L. M. (2001) Past presidents’ committee, 2000-2001 annual report, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education
  • Bringle, R. G. & Hatcher, J. A. (1995). A service-learning curriculum for faculty. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning,2, 112-122.
  • Bringle, R. G. & Hatcher J. A. (1996). Implementing service learning in higher education. Journal of Higher Education 67(2), 221-239.
  • Brookfield, S., D. (1995). Becoming a critically reflective teacher. San Francisco: Jossey Bass Publishing.
  • Brooks, S. E. (1997). A Practitioner’s guide to reflection in service learning: Student voices and reflections. [Review of the book A Practitioner’s guide to reflection in service learning: Student voices and reflections]. National Society for Experiential Education Quarterly, 23(2), 14-15.
  • Brown, B. L. (2003). Work-based learning. Retrieved from ERIC.
  • Brown, P. J. (2003). Texas sewing program helps economy, Communities. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 95(3), 61-62.
  • Brossoie, N., Graham, B. & Lee, S. (2005). Families and community: A annotated bibliography. Family Relations 54, 66-675.
  • Buchanan, Renee (1996). Tenure and SL: An Innovation in Teaching.
  • Buck, S. (2003). Building capacity through leadership development programs. JFCS 95(3), 8-11.
  • Butin, D. W. (2010). Service-Learning in Theory and Practice: The Future of Community Engagement in Higher Education. NY: Palgrave.
  • Butin, D. W. (2010). “Can I major in service learning?” An empirical analysis of certificates, minors and majors. Journal of College and Character 2(2), 1-14. doi:10.2202/1940-1639.1035
  • Butin, D. W. (2007). Focusing our aim: strengthen faculty commitment to community engagement. Change, 34-37.
  • Butin, D. W. (2006). The limits of service-learning in higher education. Review of Higher Education 29(4), 473-498.
  • Butin, D. W. (2003). Of what use is it? Multiple conceptualization of service learning within education. Teachers College Record, 105(9) 1674-1692.
  • Callson, D., Kauper-Brown, J., Siefer S. D. (2005). Community-engaged scholarship toolkit. Seattle: Community-Campus Partnership for Health.
  • Campus Compact. (2000). Service-Learning and Civic Education. (1-23)
  • Cannon, B. (1999). Service matters:The Engaged Campus. Campus Compact.
  • Cartwright, Betsy. (1999). Connections. An annotated bibliography of children’s books connecting the young and the elderly.
  • Center for Democracy and Citizenship. (1997). Models of Democracy, Citizenship, and Civic Education.
  • Chisholm, L. A. (2003). Intercultural service learning: Basic principles. The International Action Reflection. New York: Partnership for Service Learning.
  • Clayton, P. (2008, June). Engagement/ Community Engagement. 4th annual Symposium on Service Learning and Civic Engagement, Western Carolina University.
  • Clayton, P., Ash, S., Bullard, L., Bullock, B., Moses, M., Moore, A., O’Steen, W., Stallings, S., & Usry, R. (2005). Adapting a core service-learning model for wide-ranging implementation: An institutional case study. Creative College Teaching Journal, 2(1), 10-26.
  • Clark, M. A. (2005, October). Writing experience: Reflective narrative, autobiography, and autoethnography. NSEE Conference: Philadelphia.
  • Coleman, James S. (1977). Differences between experiential and classroom learning. In Keeton, M. Experiential learning: Rationale, characteristics, and assessment (pp. 49-61). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc.
  • Colvin, J. & Lanigan, J. (2005). Literature on internet research ethics. JFCS, 97(3), 35-38.
  • Connor, D.B. (2004). The effects of course-related service projects in a child development course. College Student Journal, 38(3), 462-471.
  • Cooper, D. D. (1998). Reading, writing, and reflection. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 73, 47-56.
  • Cooper, M. Reflection: Getting learning out of serving.
  • Cotton, S. G. (1997). Intergenerational programming and service learning impact on student, older \ adult, and community. Association for Geronotology in Higher Education Exchange, 21, pp 1, 10.
  • Couch, S. Doing the right thing; Ethical issues in higher education. JFCS, 97(3), 20-25.
  • Cowan, D. L., Torrie, M., Hausafus, C. O., & Swanson, N. W. (2004). Collaboration and Reciprocity in Education (CARE): Partnership Models in Local and International Settings. Journal of Family & Consumer Science, 96, 35-39.
  • Cowell, P. Practicing democracy: Early American authors in twenty-first-century communities. Early American Literature 40 (2), 363-369.
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  • Crutsinger, C. A., Pookulangara, S. Tran, G., & Duncan, K. (2004). A winning proposition for industry and education. Journal of Family & Consumer Science, 96, 47-52.
  • Crump, J.R. (2002). Learning by doing: Implementing community service-based learning. Journal of Geography, 101(4), 144-152.
  • Cunningham, J. L. (2001). Service-learning in faith-based programs for children and youth from low-income urban families. Journal of Teaching in Marriage and Family, 1(3), 28-33.
  • Curriculum report parts 1 and 2. (1998). NASSP 27(4).
  • Darling-Hammond, L. (1996). The right to learn: Education as democracy. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Briefs, pp. 3-4.
  • Davis, M. D. (1996). Democratic schooling: Toward a renewed end-in-view. Education and Culture, 13(2), 29-35.
  • DeAcosta, M. (1995). Journal writing in service learning: Lessons from a mentoring project. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 141-149.
  • Delgado, E. A.& Canabal, M. E. (2004). Latino in the US: Barriers and Facilitators. JFCS, 96(3), 27-34. Delve, C. I., Mintz, S. D., & Stewart, G. M. (1990). Promoting values development through community service: A Design. New Directions for Student Services, 1990(50), 7-29.
  • Dickinson, J. I. (2004, March). Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory and the Design of the Nursing Home. Poster session presented at AGHE conference.
  • Doherty, W. J. (2000). Family science and family citizenship: Toward a model of community partnership with families. Family Relations, 49, 319-325.
  • Doherty, W. J. Families and Democracy Project.
  • Doherty, W. J. & Carlson, B. Z. (2003). Time famine in families: Over scheduled kids, underconnected families. Network 15(4), 4-10.
  • Dorsey, B. (2001). Linking theories of service-learning and undergraduate geography education. Journal of Geography, 100(3), 124-132.
  • Dumas, C. (2002). Community-based service-learning: Does it have a role in management education? International Journal of Value, 15, 249-264.
  • Dundon, B. L. (2000). My voice: An advocacy approach to service learning. Educational Leadership, 57(4), 34-36.
  • Dunlap, M.R. (1998). Methods of supporting students’ critical reflection in courses incorporating service learning. Teaching of Psychology, 25(3), 208 - 210.
  • Dunlap, M. R. (1998). Voices of students in multicultural service-learning settings. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning,5, 58-67.
  • Eby, J. W. (2001). The promise of service learning for family science. The Journal of Teaching in Marriage and Family, 1(3), 1-13.
  • Exley, R. J. (1998, May). Service learning and curricular integration. Service Learning Resource Guide, 1, 1-4.
  • Eyler, J. (2002). Reflection: Linking service and learning-linking students and communities. 5 Journal of Social Issues, 58, 517-534.
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  • Furco, A. (2002). Self-assessment rubric for the institutionalization of service learning in higher education. Berkeley, CA: University of California - Berkeley.
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  • Hervani, A. & Helms, M.M. (2004). Increasing creativity in economics: The service learning project. Journal of Education for Business, 79(5), 267-274.
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Journals

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Books for Field Experience

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  • Watters, A. & Ford, M. (1995). A guide for change: Resources for implementing community service writing. New York: McGraw-Hill.

 

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