Volume 06, 1999

Biting the Pragmatist Bullet: Why Service-Learning Can Do Without Epistemology, Robert E. Tucker

Service-Learning in Two Keys: Paulo Freire's Critical Pedagogy in Relation to John Dewey's Pragmatism, Thomas Deans

Campus and Community Partnerships: Assessing Impacts and Strengthening Connections, Andrea Vernon, Kelly Ward

Alumni Perspectives on Environmental Service-Learning: Implications for Instructors, Katrina Smith Korfmacher

The Trouble with Transfer: Lessons from a Study of Community Service Writing, Nora Bacon

Toward More Transformative Service-Learning: Experiences from an Urban Environmental Problem-Solving Class, Wendy A. Kellogg

Teaching Grassroots Democracy through Service-Learning: Lessons from the Collaborative Teaching/Lawyering Method of Clinical Legal Education, Mark Andrew Sherman

What are Students Learning?: Assessing Cognitive Outcomes in K-12 Service-Learning, Kathryn Blash Cumbo, Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur

Race-Focused Service-Learning Courses: Issues and Recommendations, Roberta L. Coles

Connecting Service- and Classroom-Based Learning: The Use of Problem-Based Learning, Toni S. Whitfield

Rationales for Service-Learning: A Critical Examination, Jeremy Leeds   The Humanities and Service-Learning: Whence and Whither?, V. A. Howard

Service-Learning: A Movement's Pioneers Reflect on its Origins, Practice and Future (Timothy Stanton, Dwight Giles, and Nadinne Cruz), Sam Marullo

The Courage to Teach: Exploring the Inner Landscape of the Teacher's Life Parker Palmer (Parker Palmer), Karen L. Hoffman, Joan E. Scott

Where's the Learning in Service-Learning? (Janet Eyler and Dwight E. Giles, Jr.), Steven Schultz