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Prentice Hall presents . . . The Student Orientation Series

 

Our Student Orientation Series (S.O.S.) consists of various short booklets on special interest topics–an excellent resource for when an assignment or the course focus takes you beyond the standard coverage.

 

The first two booklets in the series help students maximize the benefits provided by service learning and learning communities.

  • watts, Service Learning, discusses the various programs available to students; the difference between service learning and internships; how to find these programs; and how such experiences help students determine their majors, give back to the community, and find the right career fit.
  • Connolly, Learning Communities, explores various programs, why they have been established, and how students benefit from them.

FUTURE TITLES:  Additional topics of interest

  • Computer Basics will provide the basic skills necessary for using the computer and appropriate applications to ensure one’s success in college.

  • Your Guide to Procrastination will provide the basic strategies for acknowledging, addressing, and ultimately overcoming procrastination to ensure one’s success in college and beyond.

  • English Language Learners helps students find and assess resources that facilitate their transition into the college culture, academically and socially, and thus increase their comfort level in college.

  • Peer Mentoring discusses reasons why and how peer mentors improve student’s performance. It also examines qualities of successful peer mentors and strategies on how to become one.

At last, handbooks that allow students to explore key topics in a meaningful way–and serve as a resource throughout their college career!

 

Additional Support–in and out of the classroom

 

For instructors and students alike, we encourage you to visit our Student Success Supersite.  This valuable resource is at www.prenhall.com/success.

 

Features include:

  • Majors Exploration
  • Career Advice
  • Web Links
  • Tips from Successful Students
  • Student Bulletin Boards
  • Faculty Resources

To learn more about Prentice Hall’s Student Success and Career Development textbooks and resources, please visit our online catalog at www.prenhall.com.

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Watts, Service Learning, discusses the various programs available to students; the difference between service learning and internships; how to find these programs; and how such experiences help students determine their majors, give back to the community, and find the right career fit.

Table of Contents

PREFACE

 

WHAT IS SERVICE LEARNING?

    Connecting Theory and Practice

 

WHY SERVICE LEARNING?

    Goals of Service Learning

 

WHAT'S IN IT FOR ME?

    Personal Growth

    Social Development

    Intellectual Development

 

WHAT'S IN IT FOR THE COMMUNITY?

 

HOW DO I LEARN WHEN I PARTICIPATE?

    Academic Learning

    Personal Development

    Program Improvement

    Reflection

    Reflective Questions

    Journals

    Portfolios

 

WHAT ARE SOME PROJECT IDEAS?

Case Study:  Collaboratory

Case Study:  Online Courses

Case Study:  Literacy at Lincoln

Case Study:  E-zine

Case Study:  Kid's Kitchen

 

HOW DO I GET STARTED?

 

FORMS

 

IDEAS FOR ASSIGNMENTS

 

READING POSSIBILITIES

 

Product Details

ISBN:
9780132322010
Author:
Watts, Margit Misangyi
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Author:
Watts, Margit
Author:
Wa
Author:
tts, Margit Misangyi
Subject:
Guidance & Orientation
Subject:
Experiential learning
Subject:
Active learning
Subject:
General Self-Help
Subject:
Active learning -- United States.
Subject:
Service learning - United States
Subject:
Education-General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Student Orientation Series (SOS)
Publication Date:
June 2006
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Language:
English
Pages:
72
Dimensions:
10.76x8.38x.17 in. .36 lbs.

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