"Very simply, I got what I wanted out of it. This doesn't always happen at college.
Sometimes you have an image of a class, but it doesn't meet your expectations. This course met my expectations,
and in doing so, beat my expectations"
- How will you improve the effectiveness of your service-learning course?
- How did students respond to the service-learning component of the course? Do they recognize learning they gained from it?
- How did community partners feel about the project?
- What did students learn about the relationships your institution has with local organizations; also how did the students develop or improve those relationships?
Evaluation can be done in written form, through facilitated dialogue, or through surveys and questionnaires.
- Faculty: Can be involved by completing an evaluation that describes the link between the service-learning project and the course content.
- Students: Could complete an evaluation that explains their experiences at the local organization and provide a description of how the service-learning project contributed to their leaning of the course content.
- Community Partners: Can complete an evaluation that describes their experiences as being a service-learning site, it is also a chance for them to make recommendations or suggestions.
- Suggested Readings for Project Evaluation
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