Volume nineteen of Reflections, a compilation of student reflection papers from the 2014-2016 academic years is now available for review. An important step in the service learning process involves reflecting on service activities. Students are encouraged to use critical thinking skills as they summarize and evaluate what they have learned through service.
Click on the links below to read a selection of the essays:
- Making a Difference with North County Lifeline
- Remembering Course Terms
- Kids Eight & Nine, Are Divine
- The Art of Scaffolding
- Nutrition and a Mission
- Dignity, Choices & Routines
- A College Food Pantry
- Apples, Bananas & Carrots
- Preserve to Sustain San Elijo & Batiquitos Lagoon
- Impactful Circumstances
- Learning on the Line
- What Happens When You Don't Wake Up From A Nightmare?
- Who Would Have Thought Nutrition Class Would Be Life Altering?
- A Lesson By the Sea
- Back to School
Brenda J Lopez
- Using My Interest in Food
- Never Too Late
- A Special Reflection
- A Community Learning Experience
- The Real Ecology of Teaching