Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning
As interest in service-learning research multiplies. there is a concomitant need fora theoretical base for service-learning. In this article the authors review aspects of John De1wy 's educational and social philosophy that they identify as relevant to the development of a theory of service-learning, including learning from experience, reflective activity, citizenship, community, and democracy. The article concludes with a set of key questions for research and theory development.
Giles, Dwight E. Jr. and Eyler, Janet, "The Theoretical Roots of Service-Learning in John Dewey: Toward a Theory of Service-Learning" (1994). Service Learning, General. 150.