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The University of San Francisco

2014

Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

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Positive Effects Of Peer-Led Reflection On Undergraduates' Concept Integration And Synthesis During Service Learning, Monika Hudson, Keith O. Hunter Jan 2014

Positive Effects Of Peer-Led Reflection On Undergraduates' Concept Integration And Synthesis During Service Learning, Monika Hudson, Keith O. Hunter

Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

Service learning that features mutually constructed community-based service can enhance the understanding of a range of concepts (Butin, 2006). However, such service is often seen as “charity” as opposed to a dually constructed experience that is central to real learning (Howard, 2000; Tellis, 2011). This project was designed to determine whether the early interjection of peer-led reflections into an undergraduate course would result in students having gained a dual partnership perspective by mid-semester. Exploratory results suggest that peer-led reflections may have both increased student understanding of service learning and contributed to the quantity and quality of theoretical course concepts cited.


Teaching Public Administration Conference Update, Philip M. Dodd-Nufrio, Gleb Nikitenko Jan 2014

Teaching Public Administration Conference Update, Philip M. Dodd-Nufrio, Gleb Nikitenko

Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Strategy

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