*For more information on components of high-quality service-learning please visit the National Service-Learning Clearinghouse.
Teachers and students assess and define community or school community needs.
Teachers and students identify and clarify learner outcomes.
Teachers and students research the issues or problems they want to address in the community, both through classroom work and field work.
Students and teachers work together to plan and organize the service component of SL.
Students, teachers and community partners address the problems or issues identified for action.
Students and teachers reflect continuously on the experiences and underlying issues being addressed.
Students and teachers continuously evaluate the implementation of the project through discussion and writing.
Students and teachers assess student learning based on identified learner outcomes.