Developing the Whole Student:
Contributions of Service Learning
Huitt, W., & Ratzke de Figueriedo, C. (2011). Developing the
whole student: Contributions of service learning. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the European Council for
International Schools, Lisbon, Portugal, November 18. Materials available at
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schooling: Guiding students to develop capacities, acquire virtues, and
provide service. Revision of paper presented at the 12th Annual International Conference
sponsored by the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER),
May 24-27, Athens, Greece. Retrieved from http://www.edpsycinteractive.org//papers/holistic-view-of-schooling-rev.pdf
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- Curriculum Mapping Project --
demonstrate how the domains of the Brilliant Star Framework can be used in a
school-based curriculum mapping process; focuses on desired attributes of
the IB, Habits of Mind, and Integrated Ethics Education programs
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