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Strong Community Service Learning: Philosophical Perspectives

reviewed by Jeffrey B. Anderson & Rachael Steward - December 23, 2011

coverTitle: Strong Community Service Learning: Philosophical Perspectives
Author(s): Eric C. Sheffield
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing, New York
ISBN: 1433112434, Pages: 195, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 23, 2011
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16638, Date Accessed: 9/18/2020 2:12:20 PM

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  • Jeffrey Anderson
    Seattle University
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    JEFFREY B. ANDERSON is Professor of Education and Director of the Academic Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Program at Seattle University. He has written or edited over 35 publications on service-learning including most recently the article, Service-learning in preservice teacher education: An overview of the research. His areas of interest include service-learning, teacher education, community-based research, and other forms of community engagement. He is also Chair of the Board of the International Center for Service-Learning in Teacher Education.
  • Rachael Steward
    Seattle University
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    RACHAEL STEWARD serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Service and Community Engagement at Seattle University. Her work supports the implementation of the Seattle University Youth Initiative – a project inspired by the Harlem Children’s Zone founded by Geoffrey Canada. Rachael can be found working with leaders on and off campus to effect change for families living in the Bailey Gatzert Elementary School attendance zone while simultaneously increasing learning and scholarship opportunities for Seattle University students, faculty, and staff. Her career has included work at public, private, and historically black universities.
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