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Author(s):Education Commission of the States
Title:Documenting and archiving service-learning over time: It's not just a story anymore
Source:http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/94/41/9441.pdf
Date:2011
Organization:Education Commission of the States
Short Description:This issue focuses on a challenge faced by many service-learning teachers and practitioners in the field — how to effectively document and archive service-learning projects.
Annotation:This issue focuses on a challenge faced by many service-learning teachers and practitioners in the field — how to effectively document and archive service-learning projects. Learn more about tools and strategies teachers can use to chronicle their project work, while enhancing students' learning experience and creating a collection of quality projects to share with the larger learning community. Get the latest on the District Leaders and Schools of Success network member advocacy, and find out what funding opportunities are available around service-learning and civic engagement.
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