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Service Learning ECON 104 Honors

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by Jui-Chi Huang on 30 April 2011

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Transcript of Service Learning ECON 104 Honors

MOTIVATION INSPIRATION Talent Experience “Tell me, and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me,
and I’ll understand." We remember
10% of what we hear,
15% of what we see,
25% of what we hear and see,
60% of what we do,
80% of what we do with active reflection, and
90% of what we teach. 80% of what we do with active reflection...
80% of what we do with active reflection...
80% of what we do with active reflection...
80% of what we do with active reflection...
80% of what we do with active reflection...
80% of what we do with active reflection... alternative methods experiential learning Concrete Experience Observation and Reflection Formation of Abstract Concepts and Generalizations Testing Implications of Concepts in New Situations expansion of student's horizons in the world where students live "83 % of course content is presented via the lecture"... We want to identify issues of... unemployment poverty underemployment government policies to the issues minimum wages welfare policies homelessness public assistance private assistance and more... Kutztown, PA Public Scholarship service active thinking reflection research hypothesis theory re-engagement new knowledge to the community -the Native American proverb
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