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Service Learning in Interpreter Education
Strategies for Extending Student Involvement in the Deaf Community

Sherry Shaw

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The Sixth Volume in the Interpreter Education Series


     janice humphrey
     eileen forestal
Acknowledgments    xi
Preface xiii
         Part 1: Foundations of Service Learning  
                    Introduction     3
Chapter 1    Conceptual Framework: Learning in the Context
                   of Social Capital and Spatial Theory
Chapter 2    Modifying the Curriculum: Alliance With
                   the Deaf Community
         Part 2: Implementing Service Learning  
Chapter 3    Course Development: Logistics and Structure   47
Chapter 4    Forming Partnerships: Strength-Based Assessment,
                   Feasibility, and Sustainability
Chapter 5    Student Orientation: Tolerating Ambiguity,
                   Overcoming Resistance, and Completing
                   the Learning Cycle
Chapter 6    Teaching Academic Reflection   98
Chapter 7    Evaluating Service Learning 122
         Part 3: Stakeholder Perspectives, Program Spotlights,
                     and Resources
Chapter 8    Deaf Community Perspectives: Reciprocity and
Chapter 9    Student Perspectives: Personal and Professional
                   tara brown-ogilvie, lee godbold, tyree
                   joyner, d’andra parson, antolinette rodi,
                   and kristen willbur
Chapter 10  Case Studies in Interpreter Education
                   len roberson
References 196
Annotated Bibliography of Service-Learning Resources 205
Appendix A: Sample Syllabus for Embedded Course 217
Appendix B: Sample Agreement Form 227
Appendix C: Sample Program of Study with Separate
                     Service-Learning Courses
Index 231

Sherry Shaw is Associate Professor in the Department of Exceptional, Deaf, and Interpreter Education and Program Director of the ASL/English Interpreting Program at the University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.

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