Does Service Learning Make a Difference in Student Performance?
Fredericksen employs a useful shift in analysis to consider performance indicators assessed by the instructor rather than the student. Considering service learning outcomes in terms of traditional performance indicators such as exams and quizzes offers utility for communicating about service learning to the university's external stakeholders.
Fredericksen, Patricia J.. (2000). "Does Service Learning Make a Difference in Student Performance?". Journal of Experiential Education, 23(2), 64-74.
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