“Fifty-six percent of faculty say it is 'very important' or 'essential' to instill a committment of community service...yet community service teaching methods are one of the least used methods (eight percent).”
Community engaged teaching has many positive impacts. Most, but not all, of the research focuses on service-learning. Learn more about the impacts on:
Civic Responsibility: What is the Campus Climate for Learning, by Eric L. Dey and Associates
A Crucible Moment: College Learning and Democracy's Future
University & Community Partnership: Dr. Liz Thach
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