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Section 1: Theoretical Perspectives of Service Learning for Supporting Inclusive Education 1. Introduction to Service Learning and Inclusive Education; Dianne Chambers and Shane Lavery 2. International Service Learning: Preparing Teachers for Inclusion; Suzanne Carrington and Megan Kimber 3. Service Learning, Volunteering and Inclusion from a Pre-Service Teacher's Perspective; Hannah Nickels 4. Building Ethical Capacity: Inclusiveness and the Reflective Dimensions of Service-Learning; Sandra Lynch
Section 2: Primary School Service Learning & Inclusion 5. Implementing Service Learning in Elementary Schools to Enhance Inclusion; Shelley Billig 6. The Whale of a Tale Reader Mentor Program for Children who have Experienced Trauma; Glenda Cain 7. Junior School Service Program; John Richards
Section 3: Secondary School Service Learning & Inclusion 8. Differentiated Learning in High School Through a Dynamic Service Learning Approach; Cathryn Berger Kaye and Maureen Connolly 9. Making the Margins Real: The Contribution of a Service Learning Program to Building a More Inclusive Culture Within the Secondary School; Damien Price 10. Unique Service Learning in Barcelona; Marta Vernet 11. Building Relationships: Facilitating Cultural Inclusivity Through Christian Service-Learning Immersion programs; Patrick Devlin and Paige Warner
Section 4: Tertiary Service Learning & Inclusion 12. Changing Attitudes of Pre-Service Teachers Towards Inclusion Through Service-Learning; Dianne Chambers 13. Service-Learning in Higher Education: Teaching About Poverty and Mental Health; Connie Synder Mick and James M. Frabutt 14. The Value of Service Learning in a Pre-Service Secondary Teacher Qualification; Shane Lavery, Anne Coffey and Sandro Sandri

About the Author

Shane Lavery coordinates the Postgraduate programs in the School of Education, at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. He is published in the fields of Educational Leadership, Service Learning, Student Leadership and Ecological Education.
Dianne Chambers is an Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. She is current National Councillor of the Australian Association of Special Education (WA Chapter).
Glenda Cain is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. She has worked with the Western Australian Government Department of Child Protection and Family Support.


Education instructors and researchers explore how to integrate inclusive education into service-learning programs, which use community engagement to help students master academic content. Covering theoretical perspectives and primary, secondary, and tertiary schools, they explore such topics as international service-learning: preparing teachers for inclusion, the Whale of a Tale reader mentor program for children who have experienced trauma, junior school service program, unique service-learning in Barcelona, and service-learning in higher education: teaching about poverty and mental health. -- Annotation (c)2018 * (protoview.com) *

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