Community-based Learning in the Rubenstein School
Community-based learning incorporates real-world experiences to enhance students' academic and personal explorations. In the Rubenstein School, a large portion of our community-based learning opportunities for students comes in the form of service-learning courses. Service-learning is a teaching pedagogy that combines service in the community with classroom instruction, with a focus on personal reflection and the development of civic and personal responsibility (Turner & Grizzafii, 2003).
RSENR Service-learning Courses and Projects
Approximately 30 courses are taught each year in RSENR using the pedagogy of service-learning! Learn about these courses and see where and how RSENR students are making an impact!
Pictures, Products, and Student Testimonials
Snapshot of community-based service-learning in action, products and presentations produced by students for their community partners, and testimonials from the students themselves.
RSENR Community Partners
Our ever-growing list of community partners provide real world opportunities for RSNER students. Includes both information about and resources for community partners.
Opportunities, News, and More!
Links and news about service-learning and community-based learning, opportunities for RSENR students, and relevant links.
Last modified September 25 2013 02:23 PM