Professor Scott Writes Chapter on Service-Learning & College Student Moral Growth

Dr. Joel H. Scott recently published a chapter on service-learning and college student moral growth in Facilitating the Moral Growth of College Students: New Directions for Student Services, Number 139.

“The Intersection of Service-Learning and Moral Growth,” the chapter written by Dr. Scott, explores ways service-learning activities, facilitated discussions, and personal reflection can contribute to moral growth. Highlighting emerging research and practice implications, Dr. Scott introduces a planning tool for increasing moral growth opportunities within post-secondary service-learning environments.

Facilitating the Moral Growth of College Students was edited by Debora L. Liddell and Diane L Cooper, and published by Jossey-Bass, Fall 2012.

For more information on the chapter and book, visit here.

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