AACC Service Learning Resource Guide
His name was Joe, and my experience with him frustrates me even today when I remember it. He was a bright, articulate, and persuasive student in an Applied Leadership Theory course I was teaching for honors students. He was a typical community college student in many ways-a bit older, married with one child, working full-time, and taking three courses. He was that pseudo-intellectual whom many of the other students admired. He had no problem questioning the need for many of the class assignments as well as the validity of course content. I liked him for his contributions to the class. But I was disappointed in his unwillingness to genuinely enter into the course. Finally, I confronted him in class.
Exley, Robert J., "Service Learning and Curricular Integration" (1998). Service Learning, General. 219.