Service-Learning Teaching Strategies
Service-learning at Duquesne University is conceived in terms of community-engaged teaching and research. To learn more, please visit the Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research (CETR).
Service-Learning Introduction -- An introduction to service-learning that explores models, pedagogical roots, historical rise, and similarities to Duquesne's Spiritan tradition.
Helping Service-Learning Students Make Connections through Reflection -- A teaching tip on using the DEAL model of reflection.
Service-Learning: Windshield Surveys -- A teaching tip that describes an early course assignment that will help your students think more deeply about the community in which they are doing service-learning.
Service-Learning Site Visits - A teaching tip that discusses the benefits of faculty members occasionally visiting their community partners to enhance partnerships and student learning.
Learning the Art of Reflection - A teaching tip that explores helping students reflect using the "What? So What? Now What?" journal prompt.