This article reports some findings from a national demonstration project involving the National Council on the Aging (NCOA) and thirteen colleges and universities. We studied 39 courses in which students were involved in service-learning in aging. We describe and discuss (1) the range of demonstrably feasible 'adoptions, (2) what faculty say their students learned from the experiences, and (3) faculty perceptions of personal benefits and costs associated with developing and directing these projects.
Firman, James P.; Gelfand, Donald E.; and Ventura, Catherine, "Intergenerational Service-Learning: Contributions to Curricula" (1983). Intergenerational. 2.