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Research Presentations and Projects 

The following list highlights AS-L and Engaged Scholarship Research, Presentations & Projects by AS-L Faculty Fellows.

2018

  • Lindahl, K., Tomaš, Z., Krulatz, A. & Farelly, R. (2018). The Value of Service Learning in L2 Teacher Preparation: Engaging in Diverse Contexts. (In T. Meidl & M. Sulentic Dowell Eds.) In Service-Learning Initiatives in Teacher Education Programs. IGI Global Publishing.

2017

  • Barragan, C. (2017).   Identifying Academic Service Learning opportunities: Military families and veterans course in non-military communities.  Presented at the Council for Social Work Education (CSWE) National Conference, Dallas, Tx. 
  • Macknish, C., Porter-Suczs, I., Tomaš, Z., Slucter, C., Kavetsky, & Scholtze, A. (2017). Integrating theory and practice in TESOL programs: Making connections from the ground up. In T. Farrell (Ed.),  Voices in the TESOL classroom:   Participant inquiries in preservice teacher education classes .  Alexandria, VA: TESOL International Press. 29-36.

  • Kashlev, A., Jain, A. (2017). Database Conversion for 89.1 at WEMU. Software Engineering Practicum. Eastern Michigan University

  • Kindred, J. (2017) National Communication Association Conference "Community Impact of an
    ASL Experience." View the pilot study presentation, here
  • Tomaš, Z., Moger, N., Specht, K., & Park, A. (2017). Making methods matter more with service learning pedagogy. In T. Farrell (Ed.),  Voices in the TESOL classroom:   Participant inquiries in preservice teacher education classes.Alexandria, VA: TESOL International Press. 59-66.

2015

  • The Service of Story :  Methods, Techniques and Truths in Community Engaged Artmaking & Performance, Imagining America, Oct 2015.

2014

  • Launching a Campus Wide Community Engagement Survey, Civic Engagement Institute, Grand Valley State University, Grad Rapids, February 2014.   With Darlene Leifson.
  • Disrupting a Disruption or Live Everything, book chapter in Community Engagement 2.0? Dialogues on the Future of the Civic in the Disrupted University.  Palgrave MacMillian: NY 2014

2013

  •  Perren, J., Thornton, J., & Grove, N. (2013). Three Curricular Innovations for Service-Learning in ESL Programs. Engaged Teaching and Learning: Service-Learning, Civic Literacy and TESOL-Special Topic Issue of the TESOL Journal, 4(3), 463-486.
  •  Perren, J. (2013). Strategic Steps to Successful Service-Learning in TESOL: From Critical to Practical. Engaged Teaching and Learning: Service-Learning, Civic Literacy and TESOL-Special Topic Issue of the TESOL Journal, 4(3), 487-513.
  •  Perren, J. (2013). Directives, Interaction and English Language Service-Learning Projects. MITESOL Messages, 40(1) 9-10, Michigan Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Newsletter.

2012

  • Town Hall Nation A National Act of Civic Imagination co-presented with renowned educators and artists’ Bob Leonard and Michael Rohd – Imagining America Conference, New York, October 2012
  • Faculty Fellows & Academic Service-Learning, a 17-year University Investment and Exploration – Michigan Campus Compact Institute, January 2012

  • Anita Rich (CMTA): Performing With/In Prison Read Report
  • Chiron Graves( Biology): Conference (Combating Science Literacy Through After-School Programs) Read Report
  • James Perren (World Languages): Helpy Hour, Helpy Class and Community Abroad Project  Read Report: P1 P2
  • Janet Okagbue-Reaves (Social Work): International Social Work: AS-L in Jamaica  Read Report: P1 P2
  • Linda G. Williams (Teacher Ed): Creating a Leveled Book Library  Read Report
  • Nina David (Geography & Geology): Interactive Community Art Project   Read Report
  • Christine Hume (Teacher Education): Website for Creative Writing and Service-Learning 

2011

  • Ramsey, Paul J. "Experiencing the Social Issues That Impact America's Classrooms: A Study of Academic Service-Learning in Education Courses." Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue 13, no. 2 (2011): 99-112.
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