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Abstract: Service-learning has grown in popularity as a pedagogical alternative in many liberal arts based educa tional settings. While many disciplines have embraced this new approach, the economics discipline seems slow to respond to this educational trend. This paper overviews the recent reexamination of the econom ics classroom including a discussion of the links between active, experiential, and service-learning. The authors then provide a detailed application of one form of service-learning, student-based instruct… Show more

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“…Indeed, Principles of Marketing is considered the most challenging marketing course for implementing service learning (Petkus 2000). Yet, much of the risk of incorporating service learning into courses can be mitigated through proper design and implementation (McGoldrick, Battle, and Gallagher 2000). The purpose of this article is to address how to design and implement service learning in the Principles of Marketing course.…”
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“…Indeed, Principles of Marketing is considered the most challenging marketing course for implementing service learning (Petkus 2000). Yet, much of the risk of incorporating service learning into courses can be mitigated through proper design and implementation (McGoldrick, Battle, and Gallagher 2000). The purpose of this article is to address how to design and implement service learning in the Principles of Marketing course.…”
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“…As Kenworthy-U'Ren alludes (2008), these lapses have allowed for opportunities to teach students the ethical underpinnings of life. When service-learning experiences are provided for students in the business sector, students gain much knowledge about the world in which they live, and they are provided with a basis for better economic decision making (McGoldrick, Battle, & Gallagher, 2000). Mungaray, Ramirez-Urquidy, Texis, Ledezma and Ramirez (2008) all believe in the value of service-learning within business as well.…”
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“…Another form of useful experiential learning is service learning, which has not yet gained popularity with economists. Some examples of service learning are documented by McGoldrick (1998) and then again by McGoldrick, Battle, and Gallagher (2000). In all these cases of inclass or out-of-class experiential learning, the students are engaged to some degree with the four aspects of experiential learning: concrete experience, reflection, conceptualization and experimentation.…”
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