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									Reflection Resources

Websites

      Encorps: Tools and training for volunteer and service programs
       http://encorps.nationalserviceresources.org/mt_reflection.php

      Reflection by Design Service-Learning Northwest six-step manual for how to
       organize and facilitate reflection training for members.

      The Reflection Toolkit, from the Northwest Service Academy, has guided
       discussions, facilitator tips, session plans, and other activities.

      Background and theoretical framework around reflection as it applies to K-12
       service-learning, see Reflection: K – 12 Service-Learning by RMC Research
       Corp.

      The Need for Reflection includes more information about why reflection is so
       important, plus tips for conducting reflection activities.

      Reflection Ideas Worth Borrowing features ideas for speaking, writing,
       multimedia and other reflection activities.

      The Council Process provides instructions for this group reflection technique.

      Group Reading provides a process for staging group readings as a reflection
       activity.

      Youth Volunteer Resume is a reflection activity designed to help youth volunteers
       create customized volunteer resumes.

      What's Next, a self-guided tutorial designed
      Facilitating Reflection: A manual for leaders and educators.
       http://www.uvm.edu/~dewey/reflection_manual/

      K-12 Service-Learning Project Planning Toolkit
       http://www.rucharacter.org/file/Microsoft%20Word%20-
       %20Lesson%20Plan%20Template%20-%20Sakai.pdf

      ART ACTIVITIES AND LESSON PLANS TO FACILITIATE REFLECTION
       http://www.humanityquest.com/topic/art_activities/index.asp?theme1=reflection

      2011 Semester of Service Strategy Guide, Youth Service America (YSA)
       http://www.servicelearning.org/library/resource/9076



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Reflective Judgment Model: Implications for Service-Learning and Reflection, (The)

       provides guidance to educators on an important student characteristic--stage of
       reflective ... environments. Table identifies the likely responses of students
       operating at different stages of reflective judgment and offers suggestions for
       stage-appropriate reflection questions.

ABCs of Reflection: A Template for Students and Instructors to Implement Written
Reflection in Service Learning, (The)

       Describes a theoretically based template for implementing written reflection now
       being taught to faculty by the Bennion Center at the University of Utah.

Practitioner's Guide to Reflection in Service-Learning: Student Voices and Reflections,
(A)

       Resource for anyone seeking to use critical reflection in service-learning.
       Drawing upon student testimony of successful reflection, it assists in developing
       reflection activities, different ways to reflect and learn suited to different learning
       styles

A Practitioner's Guide to Reflection in Service-Learning: Student Voices and Reflections

       Price: $17.25 (Out of Stock) Janet Eyler, Dwight E.Giles, Jr. and Angela
       Schmiede Published in 1996; 170 pages Drawing upon student testimony of
       successful reflection, assists in developing reflection activities for service-
       learning courses or programs.

Opening Up Service-Learning Reflection by Turning Inward: Developing Mindful
Learners Through Contemplation

       Summarizes the purpose of reflection in service-learning, as well as the most
       common mediums of reflection as delineated through a review of the field's most
       recommended guides/resources. He then links the overuse of certain reflection
       processes with mindlessness and learner automatization,

Learning through Reflective Service: Native American Experience

       about the cultures and health care practices of Native Americans through
       focused, reflective study ... readings, independent study, group discussion and
       reflection. Following the service week, students engage in further reflection to
       make meaning of the experience, present an oral reflection on the lessons
       learned



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Talking Service: Readings for Civic Reflection

       Provides an opening reflection exercise as well as a set of questions for group
       discussion regarding General Reflection (talking service readings for civic
       reflection) (General, Reflection) ...

Post-Service Reflection Form

       Form after finishing all other steps of service-learning project. Chicago Public
       Schools. Sample Forms and Templates
       http://servicelearning.org/filemanager/download/Sample_Forms/

Reflective Journal Guidelines

       how to make a reflective journal after completing their service-learning
       experience. Tips for making the journal, as well as expected ingredients, are
       listed. Sample_Forms/Reflective_Journal_Guidelines.

       http://servicelearning.org/filemanager/download/

Reflection Seminar Debriefing Form

       Serves as a debriefing form for students to reflect on their overall service-
       learning experience. Contributed by Brevard Community College.
       http://servicelearning.org/filemanager/download/

       Sample_Forms/Reflection_Seminar_DebriefingBrevard.pdf
       Evaluation/Assessment Sample Forms and

Critical Thinking Reflection Form

       Meant for students to process and reflect on the beneficial outcomes resulting
       from their service-learning experience.
       http://servicelearning.org/filemanager/download/Sample_Forms/Student_Reflecti
       on_Questions_-_Brevard.pdf Evaluation/

Rubric for Levels of Reflection

       Can be used for assessing the level of reflection in student
       assignments.Contributed by: Jean Strait, Hamline University
       http://servicelearning.org/filemanager/download/

       Sample_Forms/Rubric_for_levels_of_reflection.pdf




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Outcomes, Reflection, and Assessment (Campus Compact)

       Process that faculty can use for structuring the reflection process.
       http://www.compact.org/disciplines/reflection/outcomes/ Links Core
       Components of Service-Learning Reflection

Project on Civic Reflection

       Organization dedicated to deepening reflection on civic life. The Project on Civic
       Reflection can help your group or organization get started with civic reflection
       through reading and discuss short texts drawn from literature, philosophy, and
       religion,

How To Guide for Reflection (Parrillo)

       A summary of materials currently used to support reflection in service learning.
       How To Guide for Reflection (Parrillo) Links Reflection

Academic Service-Learning: The Reflection Concept (Blanchard)

       Definition, history, and importance of reflection in service-learning. ... Core
       Components of Service-Learning Reflection (K-12 Sector, Core Components of
       Service-Learning, Reflection, MI)

Service Reflection Toolkit (Learn and Serve America)

       The basics of what reflection is and sample questions, as well as information
       about the benefits of the process. Service Reflection Toolkit (Learn and Serve
       America) Links Reflection

Books and periodicals

      Bringle, R. G., & Hatcher, J. A. (1999, Summer). Reflection in service-learning:
       Making meaning of experience. Educational Horizons, 77, 179-185.
      Campbell, L., Campbell, B., & Dickinson, D. (1996). Teaching and learning
       through multiple intelligences. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
      Eyler, J., & Giles, D. E., Jr. (1999). Where's the learning in service-learning? San
       Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
      Eyler, J., Giles, D. E., Jr., & Schmiede, A. (1996). A practitioner's guide to
       reflection in service-learning. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University .



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      King, P. M., & Kitchener, K. S. (1994). Developing reflective judgment. San
       Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
      Leming, J. S. (2001, Spring). Integrating a structured ethical reflection curriculum
       into high school community service experiences: Impact on students' sociomoral
       development. Adolescence, 36, 33-45.
      Marzano, R. J., Brandt, R. S., Hughes C. S., Jones, B. F., Presseisen, B. Z.,
       Rankin, S. C., Suhor, C. (1988). Dimensions of thinking: A framework for
       curriculum and instruction. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and
       Curriculum Development.
      Perry, S., & Albright, E. (1999). Help at last: Integrating reflection into literacy
       instruction. Denver, CO: RMC Research Corporation.
      Toole, J., & Toole, P. (1995). Reflection as a tool for turning service experiences
       into learning experiences. In C. Kinsley & K. McPherson (Eds.), Enriching the
       curriculum through service-learning (pp. 99-114). Alexandria, VA: Association for
       Curriculum Supervision & Development.
      Wade, R. C. (Ed.). (1997). Community service-learning: A guide to including
       service in the public school curriculum. Albany, NY: State University of New York
       Press

Reflective Judgment Model: Implications for Service-Learning and Reflection, (The)

       This document provides guidance to educators on an important student
       characteristic--stage of reflective ... environments. The table identifies the likely
       responses of students operating at different stages of reflective judgment and
       offers suggestions for stage-appropriate reflection questions.

Practitioner's Guide to Reflection in Service-Learning: Student Voices and Reflections,
(A)

       This guide is a resource for anyone seeking to use critical reflection in service-
       learning. Drawing upon student testimony of successful reflection, it assists in
       developing reflection activities ... The authors discuss different ways to reflect
       and learn suited to different learning styles

Opening Up Service-Learning Reflection by Turning Inward: Developing Mindful
Learners Through Contemplation


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       the author briefly summarizes the purpose of reflection in service-learning, as
       well as the most common mediums of reflection as delineated through a review
       of the field's most recommended guides/resources. He then links the overuse of
       certain reflection processes with mindlessness and learner automatization,
       which ...

Problematizing Service-Learning: Critical Reflections for Development and Action

First Time Journey Into Service-Learning: Urban Teachers’ Descriptions and
Reflections on the Practice, Process and Product, (A)

Academic Service-Learning: The Reflection Concept (Blanchard)

Reflect and Celebrate

Reflection

       This annotated bibliography explores the value of challenging reflection
       activities in K-12 service-learning. ... of reflection in service-learning.
       http://servicelearning.org/filemanager/download/8314_reflection.pdf

Student Service Reflection: A Different Kind of Vacation

       reflects on his travel to New Orleans, where he helped rebuild parts of the Ninth
       Ward. (author) http://www.tolerance.org/activity/student-service-reflection-
       different-kin "> http:// http://www.tolerance.org/activity/student-service-reflection
       Core Components of Service-Learning Reflection ...

Steps to Reflection

       Reflection is the third and final stage of the service learning experience. The
       process of intentional reflection enables students to make sense out of their
       experiences. Without reflection, the ability ... of an environmental restoration
       project. Without reflection, it is a cleaning and planting project. With reflection

Journal Keeping: How to Use Reflective Writing for Learning, Teaching, Professional
Insight, and Positive Change Dannelle D. Stevens

Service Reflection Toolkit

       A discussion of reflection and a collection of reflection activities, separated into
       the amount of time required. The intention is for reflection to be available and
       utilized any time




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Multiple Intelligence Reflection Cards

       Reflection, a significant element of effective service-learning, consists of the use
       of creative and critical ... quality service-learning, reflection occurs throughout
       the process and can take many different forms. These 50 Reflection cards are
       designed by students, for students to enrich reflection while incorporating

Pre-Service Reflection: "When I Feel..." Teaching Tolerance 0 ...

Pocket Guide to Reflection, (A) service learning reflection activities grouped into four
categories - speaking, writing, activities http://wvde.state.wv.us/lessons/reflection-
book.pdf

http:// http://wvde.state.wv.us/lessons/reflection

Talking Service: Readings for Civic Reflection

       Six readings chosen to spur reflection on the experience of service. Each is
       short enough ... (talking service readings for civic reflection) (HE Sector, K-12
       Sector) ...

Field Guide for Student Reflection

       This guide for student reflection was created in an effort to help students
       engaged in service activities to reflect on the personal, social, and academic
       learning they experienced. Reflection prompts presented ... and to meet a
       variety of learner needs to assist youth in addressing the varied benefits of
       reflection ...

Reflect and Improve: A Tool Kit for Engaging Youth and Adults as Partners in Program
Evaluation

http://www.theinnovationcenter.org/files/Reflect-and-Improve_Toolkit.pdf

http:// http://www.theinnovationcenter.org/files/

Emotion and Learning: Feeling our Way Toward a New Theory of Reflection in Service-
Learning Service-learning researchers and practitioners agree that reflection is the
essential link between community experience and academic learning: "reflection is the
hyphen in service-learning". The theoretical and pedagogical foundations for service-
learning reflection pay scant attention to the emotional content




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Connecting Thinking and Action: Ideas for Service-Learning Reflection Reflection is
one of the most powerful components of service-learning. This book helps educators by
giving ... and theory about reflection is presented as a basis for reflection ideas, and is
searchable across all grade

Integrating Reflection and Assessment to Capture and Improve Student Learning

Intentionally linking the assessment of student learning outcomes of service-learning
with reflection allows ... reflection products as data sources to assess and improve
both individual student learning and program-wide approaches to reflection.

Lessons Learned: Reflections by Minnesota's 2003-2006 Learn and Serve America
Grantees 6898 Minnesota Department of Education 2006 ...

Service-Learning Planning and Reflection: A Step-by-Step Guide and implementing a
successful service-learning project, reflecting on their experience through dozens of
journals

Lasting Lessons: A Teacher's Guide to Reflecting on Experience with the theory and
practice of reflecting upon experiences. Although the discussion uses examples from
outdoor

Activities for Thoughtful Reflection: Connecting Service and Learning; A Guidebook for
Teachers Grades K through 8 handbook was written for new and experienced teachers
who want to effectively use reflection with children ... Notations are made to assist the
teachers in choosing appropriate reflection activities for a variety ...

Reflection on the Catalytic Effects of Learn and Serve America, (A) Amy Cohen Elson
Nash

Pedagogical Variations in Service-Learning and Student Outcomes: How Time, Contact,
and Reflection Matter contact with service beneficiaries, and frequency and variety of
reflection activities. In particular, ... of their service, (3) weekly in-class reflection, (4)
ongoing and summative written reflection, and (5) discussions

Electronic Journaling: Using the Web-Based, Group Journal for Service-Learning
Reflection journaling is a fundamental reflective activity in many service-learning
classrooms. This paper introduces -electronic journaling using the webbased group
journal

Learn and Serve America: Reflecting on the Past, Focusing on the Future Robert
Bhaerman Amy B. Cohen, Amy B. Cohen ...

Reflection: The Key to Social-Emotional Change Using Service-Learning


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