Experiential Education for Community Development

Synopsis

These 20 essays illustrate teaching strategies that can be incorporated into community-based practicums and internships. The book explores the innovative uses of experiential education in community work. Useful techniques for community problem-solving and ways in which groups can learn to work together more effectively are provided. There are new applications of democratic practice. Mutual self-respect and collective self-reliance are encouraged. Practitioners will find they can have power in an increasingly interdependent society and world.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Vicki Braglio Luther
  • Gregory P. Spencer
  • Dorothea E. Woods
  • Linda A. Sunde
  • Fred Fisher
  • Vicki Braglio Luther
  • Gregory P. Spencer
  • Dorothea E. Woods
  • Linda A. Sunde
  • Fred Fisher
  • D. Merrill Ewert
  • Richard M. Thomas
  • Jerome Seliger
  • Thomas Haugsby
  • Michael Belsky
  • Ian M. Harris
  • Raymond Lenzi
  • Richard G. Degraw
  • Edward W. Gondolf
  • Hilda R. Heady
  • Lorraine Garkovich
  • Michael J. Greene
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1989