List of References

Benefits of EE

[i]Lowenthal, D. J., & Sosland, J. K. (2007). Making the grade: How a semester in Washington may influence future academic performance. Journal of Political Science Education, 3(2), 143-160.

[ii]Strage, A. A. (2000). Service-learning: Enhancing student learning outcomes in a college-level lecture course. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 7, 5-13.;
Mpofu, E. (2007). Service-learning effects on the academic learning of rehabilitation services students. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 14(1), 46-52.

[iii]Feldman, A. M., Moss, T., Chin, D., Marie, M., Rai, C., & Graham, R. (2006). The impact of partnership-centered, community-based learning on first-year students' academic research papers. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 13(1), 16-29.Sawyer, P. (2009). The writing program and the call to service: A progress report from a land grant university. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 15(2), 68-76.

[iv]Ngai, S. S. (2006). Service-learning, personal development, and social commitment: A case study of university students in Hong Kong. Adolescence (San Diego): An International Quarterly Devoted to the Physiological, Psychological, Psychiatric, Sociological, and Educational Aspects of the Second Decade of Human Life, 41(161), 165.

[v]Perry, J.L., M.C. Katula. 2001. “Does Service Affect Citizenship?” Administration & Society, 33 (3), 330-365.

[vi]Knapp, J.L. & Stubblefield, P. (2000) Changing students' perceptions of aging: the impact of an intergenerational service learning course. Educational Gerontology, 26 (7): 611-621.

[vii]Ngai, S. S. (2006). Service-learning, personal development, and social commitment: A case study of university students in Hong Kong. Adolescence (San Diego): An International Quarterly Devoted to the Physiological, Psychological, Psychiatric, Sociological, and Educational Aspects of the Second Decade of Human Life, 41(161), 165.

[viii]Buys, N. and Bursnall, S. (2007). Establishing university-community partnerships: processes and benefits. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 29 (1), 73 – 86.

[ix]Bringle, R. G., & Hatcher, J. A. (2009). Innovative practices in service-learning and curricular engagement. New Directions for Higher Education, (147), 37-46.
Saltmarsh, J., Giles, D. E., Jr., Ward, E., & Buglione, S. M. (2009). Rewarding community-engaged scholarship. New Directions for Higher Education, (147), 25-35.

[x]Beere, C. (2009). Understanding and enhancing the opportunities of community-campus partnerships. New Directions for Higher Education, (147), 55-63.
Driscoll, A. (2009). Carnegie's new community engagement classification: Affirming higher education's role in community. New Directions for Higher Education, (147), 5-12.
Holland, B. A. (2009). Will it last? evidence of institutionalization at carnegie classified community engagement institutions. New Directions for Higher Education, (147), 85-98.

[xi]Weerts, D., & Hudson, E. (2009). Engagement and institutional advancement. New Directions for Higher Education, (147), 65-74.

Reflection in Experiential Education

[i]Dewey, cited in Dyment, J. E., & O'Connell, T. S. (2011). Assessing the quality of reflection in student journals: A review of the research. Teaching in Higher Education, 16(1), 81-97. (Citation on p.81)

[ii]Rogers, R.R. 2001. Reflection in Higher Education: A Concept Analysis. Innovative Higher Education, 26(1), 37-57.

[iii]Koliba, C. 2004. Assessing Reflection Assignments for Public Affairs Courses: Implications for Educating Reflective Practitioners. Journal of Public Affairs Education. 10(4), 295-309.

[iv]Kember, D., McKay, J., Sinclair, K. & Wong, F.K. (2008). A four-category scheme for coding and assessing the level of reflection in written work. Assessment & Evaluation in higher education, 33 (4), 369-379.
Rogers, R.R. (2001). Reflection in higher education: A concept analysis. Innovative higher education, 26 (1), 37-58.
Wong, F.K., Kember, D., Chung, L.Y. & Yan, L. (1995). Assessing the level of student reflection from reflective journals. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22 (1), 48-57.

[v]Rogers, R.R. (2001). Reflection in higher education: A concept analysis. Innovative higher education, 26 (1), 37-58.
Ash, S.L. & Clayton, P.H. (2004). The articulated learning: An approach to guided reflection and assessment. Innovative Higher Education, 29 (2), 137-155.

[vi]Plack, M.P., Driscoll, M., Marquez, M., Cuppernull, L., Maring, J. & Greenberg, L. (2007). Assessing reflective writing on a pediatric clerkship by using a modified bloom’s taxonomy. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 7 (4), 285-291.

[vii]Ash, S.L. & Clayton, P.H. (2004). The articulated learning: An approach to guided reflection and assessment. Innovative Higher Education, 29 (2), 137-155.

[viii]Watson, Stewart. 2001. Reflection Toolkit., Northwest Service Academy, Metro Center, Portland, OR. Available at: http://www1.aucegypt.edu/maan/pdf/Reflection%20Toolkit%201.pdf

[ix]Dyment, J.E. & O'Connell, T.S. (2011). Assessing the quality of reflection in student journals: a review of the research. Teaching in higher education, 16 (1), 81-97.
Plack, M.P., Driscoll, M., Marquez, M., Cuppernull, L., Maring, J. & Greenberg, L. (2007). Assessing reflective writing on a pediatric clerkship by using a modified bloom’s taxonomy. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 7 (4), 285-291.
Wallman, A., Lindblad, A.K., Hall, S., Lundmark, A. & Ring, L. (2007). A categorization scheme for assessing pharmacy students’ levels of reflection during internships. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 72 (1), 5-15.

[x]Bringle, R.G., & Hatcher, J.A. (1996). Implementing service learning in higher education. Journal of Higher Education, 67, 221-239.
Dyment, J.E. & O'Connell, T.S. (2011). Assessing the quality of reflection in student journals: a review of the research. Teaching in higher education, 16 (1), 81-97.

Kember, D., McKay, J., Sinclair, K. & Wong, F.K. (2008). A four-category scheme for coding and assessing the level of reflection in written work. Assessment & Evaluation in higher education, 33 (4), 369-379.

Koliba, C.J. (2004). Assessing reflection assignments for public affairs courses: Implications for educating reflective practitioners. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 10 (4), 295-309.
Plack, M.P., Driscoll, M., Marquez, M., Cuppernull, L., Maring, J. & Greenberg, L. (2007). Assessing reflective writing on a pediatric clerkship by using a modified bloom’s taxonomy. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 7 (4), 285-291.

Wallman, A., Lindblad, A.K., Hall, S., Lundmark, A. & Ring, L. (2007). A categorization scheme for assessing pharmacy students’ levels of reflection during internships. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 72 (1), 5-15.

[xi]Dyment, J.E. & O'Connell, T.S. (2011). Assessing the quality of reflection in student journals: a review of the research. Teaching in higher education, 16 (1), 81-97.