The Center for Experiential Learning has multiple resources available for faculty to support service-learning pedagogy.
- Reflection - Reflection is a cornerstone of both Ignatian and service-learning pedagogy and there are many ways of facilitating reflection with your students. The CEL staff highly recommend the use of The Civically Engaged Reader and Taking Action, two volumes of short readings designed to engage active citizens in personal and political reflection. These volumes are available for use at CEL with additional facilitation support available at www.civicreflection.org.
- Curriculum - All service-learning faculty have access to lessons that can be used to engage students in the fundamental questions and process of service-learning. Use this link to access a variety of resources.
- Research Articles - Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive links to articles on service-learning, the efficacy of discipline-based projects, and the link between service-learning and social justice.