Reflection in Service
Participants learn about the rationale for and importance of reflection related to service and volunteerism. They learn to engage the hearts and minds of volunteers and activists in order to increase the meaning of the service experience and the empowerment of the participants. Participants explore the purposes of reflection and learn a variety of reflection techniques and questions.
The learner will:
- define reflection as thinking critically about an experience through meaningful writing, creative expression, and discussion.
- explore a variety of reflection techniques and questions.
- correlate the reflection format to its purpose in the continuum of a service projectóbefore service, during service, and after service.
- reflect on personal motivations, experiences, and benefits of engaging in reflection activities.
Upon successful completion of each module, the learner may request a certificate suitable for a professional development portfolio or as proof of educational clock hours that can be used towards continuing education credit in most states. Please contact your State Department of Education for specific information.
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