Building a Better World: The Pedagogy and Practice of Global Service-Learning (Stylus 2012, forthcoming) is for anyone committed to making a difference through global service-learning, volunteer vacations, mission trips, or quite simply conscientious travel. Readers will benefit from university-community insights on reflective intercultural exploration and understanding, community-driven service, the challenge of power and privilege in service partnerships, consideration of global citizenship, and methods for maximizing community-based learning. The book draws on best practices to demonstrate ideal approaches to service and learning across cultures.
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